Canon EOS C100 Cin­e­ma Cam­era

Major cam­era brands are con­stant­ly launch­ing new cam­eras and it is becom­ing increas­ing­ly dif­fi­cult to keep track of them all. The good news is if you are in no rush to upgrade your old DSLR you can just watch and wait as the cam­era man­u­fac­tur­ers com­pete with each oth­er for your atten­tion. But at some point you are going to be tempt­ed to take the plunge. Now your wait maybe over…a cam­era has come along that may make you decide to buy. It is the Canon EOS C100 cin­e­ma cam­era and its price is half the price of its big­ger broth­er the C300, around US$7,000. The C100 has been opti­mized for run–and-gun style of shoot­ing and is 15% small­er that the C300 but retains the same form fac­tor mak­ing it the per­fect cam­era for one-man-band oper­a­tions. It also has the same Super 35mm-Size CMOS sen­sor that Canon designed espe­cial­ly for the C300 and sports many fea­tures you would expect to find on a tra­di­tion­al video cam­era such as built-in ND fil­ters and dual XLR inputs. If sto­ry­telling is your prime objec­tive then this may be the cam­era you have been look­ing for. Here is a short film shot with the Canon EOS C100 cin­e­ma cam­era.