Canon will allegedly announce two new Cinema EOS cameras in the first half of 2021. These cinema cameras are expected to be the Canon EOS C50 and EOS C200 Mark II.
Another one will most likely be the 8K Cinema EOS camera and would come in the second half of 2021. NABShow is taking place in October 2021, so that seems like a logical time for the big 8K announcement.
Canon Cinema EOS C50 is said to use a box camera design. Here is what we know so far about the Canon EOS C50 and EOS C200 Mark II cinema cameras.
Canon Cinema EOS C50 Rumored Specifications:
- Super 35mm 4K sensor (same as the Cinema EOS C200)
- No IBIS
- RF Mount
- Internal ND (10 Stops)
- CLog 2 & CLog 3
- 4:2:0 8bit internally onto SD cards up to 4K60 & 1080/120
- 4:2:2: 10bit external in HD
- No RAW
- Dual LP-E6NH battery slot
Canon Cinema EOS C200 Mark II Rumored Specifications:
- Same sensor as the Cinema EOS C300 Mark III
- RAW Recording
- 4:2:2 10-bit
- 4K 60P
- 2K 120P
- More a unibody design than the modular design of the C300 Mark III
In addition, Canon is expected to announce the new 8K Cinema EOS camera in the second half of 2021, probably for NAB Show, which will take place in October 2021.
See also Canon RF mount Lens Roadmap 2021.
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