Get enhanced quality, high sensitivity, low noise, reduced rolling shutter artefacts and shallow depth-of-field with the 8.3MP Super 35mm CMOS sensor.
Produce smooth and clear images of fast-moving subjects in AVCHD and MP4 file formats with supporting rates of 59.94/50.00 frames per second.
The inclusion of Canon's DIGIC DV 4 image processor ensures colour accuracy, minimal moiré and jaggies effects and reduced noise even in low light.
Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology enables continuous AF to automatically maintain centre frame subject focus when using a Canon interchangeable EF lens.
Take advantage of Canon’s wide line-up of interchangeable EF lenses for EOS SLR cameras plus EF Cinema lenses.
The camera's advanced wireless network functions include the option to remotely operate the camera via a web browser using a smart device.
If you’re a professional shooter and have a personal project you’ve dreamt about bringing to life, now could be the time to make it happen.
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