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Canon EOS C100 Deal – On Sale At $1299 (reg. $2499, today only)
Only for today (12/3/2019) authorised Canon retailer B&H Photo has a Canon EOS C100 deal.
Get the Canon EOS C100 Cinema camera on sale at $1,299. Compare at $2,499. Free shipping.
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Canon EOS C100 deal key features
- Super 35mm 8.3MP CMOS Sensor
- 1920×1080 60/50i, 24/25p, PF30, PF24
- Dual Pixel CMOS AF Hardware Upgrade
- EF Lens Mount
The Canon EOS C100 Cinema EOS Camera with Dual Pixel CMOS AF is an updated version of Canon’s compact Cinema EOS camera designed for event videographers, documentarians, and independent filmmakers. This updated version provides a new continuous autofocus function for all Canon autofocus lenses, using Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology. This new feature provides faster and more accurate autofocusing to assist users when operating with small crews.
The EOS C100 uses the same Super 35mm Canon CMOS sensor and DIGIC DV III image processor as its big brother, the C300. With an EF lens mount, the camera is compatible with the full range of Canon EF, EF-S, and EF Cinema lenses. This is particularly useful for DSLR shooters who have already invested in Canon lenses. The camera uses the AVCHD codec to record 1080p video up to 24 Mbps. It supports dual SD/SDHC/SDXC memory cards which, thanks to the efficient AVCHD codec, allows you to record nearly three hours of HD video on a single 32GB card. For professional applications, you can also record clean, uncompressed 4:2:2 video with embedded timecode via the HDMI output.
The ergonomic design of the EOS C100 is streamlined to support one-person shoots. Weighing only 2.2 pounds in its basic configuration, the camera’s flexible modular design supports a variety of shooting styles. Additional features such as One-Shot AF and Push Auto Iris allow operators to spend less time checking camera settings and more time capturing cinematic footage.