Canon's exclusive Digital Imaging Integrated Circuit collaborates with a CMOS sensor to maximise image quality, so you achieve professional results.
With an eight-blade circular aperture you can create beautiful, artistic film, applying a natural, artistic bokeh effect to out of focus highlights.
With MXF and MP4 recording, Canon's XF205 lets you manage different shooting environments, producing output according to your needs.
Maintain a firm grip when shooting with an aluminium die-cast grip that can be rotated through a wide 120-degree angle in discrete 15-degree steps.
Enjoy the precision of three separate, banked lens rings for independent control of critical focus, zoom and iris/aperture settings.
With a 35mm equivalent zoom lens of 26.8-576mm providing an extended range for wide-angle to extreme telephoto shooting.
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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Short, simple and fun, this series of photography tutorials covers the fundamentals to help you get the basics right.