The Canon XF105 has many of the same features found in its bigger brother the XF305, but in a smaller and lighter form factor. It records in a high quality MPEG2 50 Mbps 4:2:2 video format, in all the standard HD resolutions, and it has a 1/3″ 1920×1080 CMOS sensor. One unique feature of this camera is its ability to be locked to another camera for 3D use. When two cameras are combined with a 3D rig, such as the Hurricane 3D rig(coming soon to Abel), it makes for a very small and lightweight 3D option.
Additionally, the XF105 has the ability to shoot in Infrared. This is a feature often requested for different applications, and with the 50 Mbps recording, this camera is perfect for television shooting that requires night vision. Watch my video above to learn more.