- EOS C700
Shoot in 4K (4096 x 2160 DCI / 3840 x 2160) and 2K (2048 x 1080 DCI / HD (1920 x 1080) at 4512 x 2376 pixels and up to 15 stops of dynamic range.
EOS 700 GS PL features a global shutter for attaching PL-mount and anamorphic lenses.
EOS 700 GS PL supports both XF-AVC recording plus Apple's ProRes video compression format.
Create superior visual expression with 4K 60P/50P support for unrivalled motion or moving subject scenes.
Detailed settings from 1fps to max 240fps (2K crop) generate even greater emotion in visual expression with 2K/120P 2K (CROP) / 240P.
The Codex CDX-36150 dockable recorder supports Canon Cinema RAW RMF file recording with a maximum frame rate in 4K at 120fps.
Optional remote operation unit (OU-700) enables wired remote operation to make work easier for assistants in charge of camera settings or triggering.
Anamorphic lenses enable one-of-a-kind visual expression and are supported on both the EF/PL mount and the RS/GS mount models.
Simple and intuitive industry-standard GUI can be used independently regardless of EVF operations (camera direct).
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