Canon’s EOS C200B EF Cinema Camera contains a Super35 CMOS sensor and Dual Pixel Autofocus.
The EF lens mounts found on the EOS C200B ensures compatibility not only with Canon’s extensive lineup of DSLR lenses but also with the company’s collection of prime and zoom CN-E cinema lenses designed specifically for the EF mount.
The combination of the Super35 sensor and the Dual DIGIC DV 6 image processor from Canon enables the camera to capture and record images with a resolution of up to DCI 4K.
Internally, the C200B, which only has one CFast card slot, is also capable of recording in Canon’s Cinema RAW Light format. Additionally, the camera features two SD card ports, allowing for the recording of UHD 4K/HD MP4 video.
It is important to note that the C200B does not come with an electronic viewfinder (EVF), and it is not possible to add an EVR to the camera at a later time. You are able to output video through the SDI output on the camera, and the built-in XLR connectors provide two channels of audio at line, mic, and mic+48V levels respectively. Input and output control is provided through an Ethernet connection that is incorporated right in.
- CMOS Sensor with a Canon Super35 Imager
- The Canon CMOS sensor has an active image size that measures 24.4 x 13.5 millimeters and was modeled after the Super35 motion picture film standard. It has a resolution of 4096 by 2160 resolution to deliver images at Cine 4K, as well as support for Ultra HD (3840 x 2160) and Full HD (4096 x 2160).