Produce videos that are worthy of being shown in theaters using the Canon EOS C300 Mark III Digital Cinema Camera. This camera has a Super 35mm Dual Gain Output sensor and the ability to record high dynamic range content with up to 16 stops of latitude, making it an excellent HDR camera with a low noise level.

The EF lens mount allows for compatibility not only with Canon’s already extensive lineup of DSLR lenses but also with the company’s line of cinema prime and zoom lenses designed specifically for the EF system, as well as both 2.0 and 1.33 anamorphic lenses. The end user can also utilize a PL mount that is sold separately with this mount, making this mount interchangeable.

The sensor is matched with the Canon DiGIC DV7 image processor, which takes the raw information that is provided by the sensor and processes it for use in a variety of applications. These applications include high frame rate recording, raw recording, HDR-PQ output, electronic image stabilization (EIS), and proxy recording.

In addition to being able to record video at a quality of up to DCI 4K on twin CFexpress cards, the camera also has an SD card slot for recording extra still photos. It is possible to record high frame rates in 4K raw at up to 120 fps, and in 2K cropped mode, you may record at up to 180 fps.

Both the Cinema RAW Light and XF-AVC recording formats from Canon are supported. This allows for the production of DCI 4K pictures using a 10-bit, 4:2:2 Long GOP codec. In addition, proxy recording is available, which enables you to significantly increase the pace of your post-production work.

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