Canon is rumored to be working on a fixed-lens 4k video recording camcorder which will be called XC10 and to be announced at CES 2015 next year.
According to sources, Canon XC10 is in the works. The camcorder will feature a fixed-lens and capable of recording videos at 4K resolution. The design of the XC10 4K camcorder will be inspired by the original EOS C100.
Canon has announced the C100 Mark II an entry-level camcorder to the Cinema EOS line-up which replaces the C100 model. Now the company is expected to release more Cinema EOS cameras.
Canon XC10 4K camcorder to be announced at CES 2015
The rumor mill has previously mentioned about multiple Canon camcorders could be announced in 2015. 4K video recording is the main subject for these video shooters.
One of the rumored model is the Canon C300 Mark II, which will replace the C300. According to recent rumors the EOS C300 replacement will be a major upgrade over its predecessor and will be capable of recording 4K videos.
A possible C300 replacement, the C300 Mark II to be announced and become official before the start of NAB 2015. The rumored Canon XC10 4K camcorder will be aimed at consumers, so it is more likely to be unveiled at CES 2015 in January.