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posted by - Updated Tuesday, 03 June 2014

Canon launched its Cinema EOS product line last year with the C300; since then, it has expanded to include the EOS-1DCC100, and C500. Each camera fills a different need and production environment, from B-cameras to documentaries to feature films. To help you get a better idea of each camera’s features and see how they compare to each other, we’ve put together this Cinema EOS Camera Lineup chart. We’ve included information on sensor size, internal codecs, recording capabilities and more. You can click on the image below to see a larger version, or you can download a pdf version

Canon’s EF lenses have had a large following in the HDSLR world, where they’re known for producing pleasing skin tones and a nice gradation to the blacks. In more recent years, their popularity has extended into the cinema world, with many filmmakers seeking out special adapters and rigs to use the photo lenses in a production environment. Now, Canon has created a line of Cinema EOS lenses that feature the trademark “Canon look,” but are designed specially for professional production work. So, to complement the camera chart above, we’ve also put together the Cinema EOS Lens Lineup chart. The chart includes details on mounts, minimum object distance, image circle coverage and more – click on the chart to see a larger version or download the pdf.  

If you’re itching for even more Canon knowledge, our two-day, intensive C300/C500 workshops are coming up soon. Join Jeff in NY and Ian in LA as they cover everything from sensor specifics on Day 1 to Canon Log and 4K Raw recording on Day 2. There’s still space left in both so make sure to register today! 

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