Still Live: Canon EOS-1D C at $3,999 (reg. $4,999, B&H)

eos-1d c

At a glance:

  • 4K 4096×2160 8-Bit 4:2:2 Cinematic Video
  • Canon Log with 12 Stops of Dynamic Range
  • Continuous Recording, No 29:59 Min Limit
  • Full HD 1080p Recording at up to 60fps
  • 18.1MP CMOS Sensor
  • Dual CF Card Recording Media
  • Dual DIGIC 5+ Image Processors
  • 3.2″ LCD Screen
  • 61-Point High Density Auto Focus
  • EF Lens Mount; Magnesium Alloy Body

This is another B&H WPPI 2017 special promotion (click here for more deals), but this one deserves its own post.

You can purchase the Canon EOS-1D C professional Cine DSLR at $3,999, apply coupon code BHWPPI17 at checkout. Compare at $4,999 – it’s $1000 instant discount on the EOS-1D C. B&H is an authorised Canon retailer. This kind of deal won’t last long.

Canon EOS-1D C deal – $3,999 (by authorised Canon retailer B&H, compare at $4,999)

eos-1d c

At a glance:

  • 4K 4096×2160 8-Bit 4:2:2 Cinematic Video
  • Canon Log with 12 Stops of Dynamic Range
  • Continuous Recording, No 29:59 Min Limit
  • Full HD 1080p Recording at up to 60fps
  • 18.1MP CMOS Sensor
  • Dual CF Card Recording Media
  • Dual DIGIC 5+ Image Processors
  • 3.2″ LCD Screen
  • 61-Point High Density Auto Focus
  • EF Lens Mount; Magnesium Alloy Body

This is another B&H WPPI 2017 special promotion (click here for more deals), but this one deserves its own post.

You can purchase the Canon EOS-1D C professional Cine DSLR at $3,999, apply coupon code BHWPPI17 at checkout. Compare at $4,999 – it’s $1000 instant discount on the EOS-1D C. B&H is an authorised Canon retailer. This kind of deal won’t last long.

[Deal over] Still Live: Canon EOS-1D C at $3,999

eos-1d c

At a glance:

  • 4K 4096×2160 8-Bit 4:2:2 Cinematic Video
  • Canon Log with 12 Stops of Dynamic Range
  • Continuous Recording, No 29:59 Min Limit
  • Full HD 1080p Recording at up to 60fps
  • 18.1MP CMOS Sensor
  • Dual CF Card Recording Media
  • Dual DIGIC 5+ Image Processors
  • 3.2″ LCD Screen
  • 61-Point High Density Auto Focus
  • EF Lens Mount; Magnesium Alloy Body

Update: it was live for a long time, now the deal it’s gone. It’s $4,999 now, still a good price but not the killer deal it was before. Better to wait, this deal will likely be live again, sooner or later.

Original post:

Authorised Canon retailer B&H Photo has a new price on the Canon EOS-1D C. The professional DSLR with 4K and more video goodness is now on sale at $3,999. Not bad for a professional Cinema DSLR that started at $15,000 when announced in 2012, and was still close to $8,000 back in January 2016.

We are close to the festivities. I recommend you check the links below since there are many deals that are very good, and last just 24 hours. Today’s Gold Box and one day only deals at Amazon USAmazon DEAmazon UKB&H Photo, eBay and Adorama

Another mention of 8K to be featured on the Canon EOS-1D C replacement (coming 2017) [CW3]

Another Mention Of 8K To Be Featured On The Canon EOS-1D C Replacement (coming 2017) [CW3]

First time I got a rumor about a possible replacement for the Canon EOS-1D C was in January 2016. Now I got another suggestion (thanks) saying the next iteration of the EOS-1D C will have 8K.

Nothing to get particularly excited about. That the replacement for the EOS-1D C will have 8K on board is just plausible. The EOS-1D C featured 4K, its replacement will very likely feature 8K.

The EOS-1D C was announced in 2012 and released in 2013. The EOS-1D C was the first DSLR to meet the European Broadcasting Union HD Tier 1 requirements for use in HD broadcast production. And it is a highly regarded professional DLSR in this domain (and for professional still photography). The replacement will not push this further.

For the time being I can not confirm the replacement for the Canon EOS-1D C will be a EOS-1D C Mark II, nor do I have any other hint about specs and moniker.

Finally, many big retailers do not have the EOS-1D C in stock (Adorama, for instance). Among my trusted US retailers, only B&H has it in stock. Couldn’t find it even at the Canon Store. The interesting thing: B&H has the EOS-1D C on sale at $3,999. This is a killer price for this professional Cinema DSLR that started at $15,000 when announced in 2012, and was still close to $8,000 back in January 2016.

Stay tuned

Canon EOS-1D C deal – $3,999

eos-1d c

At a glance:

  • 4K 4096×2160 8-Bit 4:2:2 Cinematic Video
  • Canon Log with 12 Stops of Dynamic Range
  • Continuous Recording, No 29:59 Min Limit
  • Full HD 1080p Recording at up to 60fps
  • 18.1MP CMOS Sensor
  • Dual CF Card Recording Media
  • Dual DIGIC 5+ Image Processors
  • 3.2″ LCD Screen
  • 61-Point High Density Auto Focus
  • EF Lens Mount; Magnesium Alloy Body

Authorised Canon retailer B&H Photo has a new price on the Canon EOS-1D C. The professional DSLR with 4K and more video goodness is now on sale at $3,999.

We are close to the festivities. I recommend you check the links below since there are many deals that are very good, and last just 24 hours. Today’s Gold Box and one day only deals at Amazon USAmazon DEAmazon UKB&H Photo, eBay and Adorama

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