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Designed for filmmakers, experience cutting edge technology with our Cinema EOS range of cameras that help you produce a masterpiece. That’s the power of together.
Elevate your filmmaking with our Cinema Cameras
Discover a world of infinite creativity and capture stunningly cinematic clips with our range of cinema cameras.
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EOS C70
Professional Cinema
Candid handheld footage
4K 120p 4:2:2 (10 bit) recording
$$8,900
RRP
Body price only
EOS C300 Mark III
Professional Cinema
Modular design for customisation
4K Super 35mm DGO sensor
$$14,800
RRP
Body price only
EOS C500 Mark II
Professional Cinema
Sophisticated and fast AF
Full Frame 5.9K CMOS sensor
$$18,000
RRP
Body price only
ME200S SH
Professional Cinema
Compact multi-use cinema camera
Super 35mm CMOS sensor
*All references to RRP are in AUD inclusive of GST.
Further information on Cinema Cameras
Take a seat, lower the lights and explore the world of cinematic creativity with Canon's Cinema Cameras. In this section, you'll earn about the outstanding capabilities of these cameras along with insightful usage tips.
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Why Canon Cinema Cameras are the filmmakers' choice

Our Cinema Cameras are not just another piece of equipment; they're a passport to a realm of cinematic artistry that's ripe for exploration. A favourite among both emerging filmmakers and industry veterans, these cameras offer exceptional image quality, backed by advanced features that give you a plethora of creative options. From high dynamic range to rapid frame rates, Canon's Cinema EOS line is versatile enough to deliver exceptional performance across different genres and filming environments. Known for their seamless workflow integration, these cameras come with intuitive interfaces that simplify the filmmaking process. Whether you're shooting a high-stakes action sequence or a subtle emotional dialogue, you'll find the flexibility, dependability, and quality of our Cinema Cameras indispensable.

Frequently asked questions about Cinema Cameras
Get quick answers to any queries you have about Canon Cinema Cameras. From technical specifications to usage tips, this section is designed to enhance your cinema camera usage.
  • What is a good camera for filming movies?

    The best Cinema EOS camera for your filmmaking needs depends on your specific requirements, budget, and the type of projects you plan to work on.

    The EOS C70 combines the compact form factor of a mirrorless camera with the features of a cinema camera. It features a Super 35mm sensor, 4K recording in various codecs, and excellent low-light performance. It's a versatile choice for run-and-gun shooting.

    The EOS C300 Mark III camera offers a Super 35mm Dual Gain Output (DGO) sensor, which provides exceptional low-light performance and a wide dynamic range. It supports a variety of recording formats, including Cinema RAW Light and XF-AVC, and offers excellent modularity for a range of shooting scenarios.

    Equipped with a full-frame sensor, the C500 Mark II offers stunning image quality, impressive dynamic range, and support for multiple recording formats, including Cinema RAW Light. It's known for its versatility and ability to produce a cinematic look.
  • What is the best Canon cinema camera?

    At the top of our Cinema EOS camera range is the EOS C500 Mark II which supports full frame readout as well as Super 35mm and Super 16mm modes. The DIGIC DV7 high-speed imaging processor enables 5.9K Cinema RAW Light recording and 2K 120p recording. This is best suited for high-end productions filmmakers who require full-frame capabilities and advanced cinematic work. However, depending on your specific requirements, Canon offers a choice of Cinema EOS cameras for a range of budgets and needs.
  • What makes a cinema camera different from other video cameras?

    Cinema cameras are designed for professional filmmaking. They provide superior image quality, extensive control over settings, and compatibility with cinema-grade lenses as well as accessories to achieve different looks and styles with their modular design. Cinema cameras support professional recording formats, such as RAW, which provide greater flexibility in post-production and colour grading. They also provide a variety of frame rates for creative control over motion. Professional video cameras, on the other hand, have a traditional camcorder design, focused on ease of use and comfort for extended handheld operation, making them more suitable for applications like news reporting and event coverage.
Learn more about Cinema Cameras with our blogs and resources
Stay up-to-date with the latest trends, techniques, and tips in cinema camera technology. Explore our curated blogs and resources designed to inspire and inform, helping you get the most out of your Canon Cinema Camera.