The creatively versatile XC10 captures stunning 4K/Full HD 4:2:2 video in a compact and lightweight body. Featuring 10x optical zoom lens, optical Image Stabilizer and Wi-Fi remote control, it also inherits many of Canon's EOS range features making it the ideal stand-alone camera for independent film makers or as a supporting camera in larger productions.
Easily record high bit rate 4K movies to an internal CFast 2.0 memory card and Full HD video or 12 Megapixel stills to a separate internal SD card.
Easily switch to still image shooting and capture high quality 12.0 MP images and extract 8.29 MP stills by frame grabbing from 4K video footage.
The XC10 delivers everything you need from its large 1.0-inch Canon CMOS sensor optimised to deliver high-resolution, high-sensitivity, low-noise images when shooting both movies and photos. Beautifully shallow depth-of-field increases your range of creative expression.
Featuring a DiG!C DV5 image processor, the XC10 guarantees optimum colour reproduction, faster readout and higher auto focus speeds.
Control the camera remotely via a web browser, smartphone or tablet - ideal to shoot from a drone or when placing cameras in awkward places.
The combo of a Canon 4K video lens, DiG!C DV 5 image processor and 1.0-type CMOS sensor delivers outstanding 4K image quality every time at every location.
Canon's new XF-AVC H.264 codec supports recording in both 4K and Full HD quality, enabling integration into industry-standard Non-Linear Edit systems.
A selection of slow and fast motion recording modes (including up to 1200x fast motion in 4K/Full HD) provide ample creative opportunities to explore.
The XC10's large 1-inch CMOS sensor is optimised to deliver high-resolution, high-sensitivity, low-noise movies and still images wherever you are.
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