Three and a half years after its original release, Canon has updated its C300 camera. Deemed C300 Mark II, the update provides a handful of incremental improvements that should keep cinema users happy across the board.
The most notable change in the Mark II update to the C300 is the capability to internally record 4K video in 10-bit 4:2:2, up to 410 Mbps, thanks in part to a new high-bitrate codec called XF-AVC. To pair with the faster transfer speeds, Canon has changed out recording methods from two CF card slots to two CFast…
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