|Create Date||November 24, 2015|
|Last Updated||November 24, 2015|
The original EOS C300 represented Canon’s definitive entry into the digital cinematography marketplace. While largely television-centric and comparatively modest in its recording capabilities it quickly established a worldwide reputation for excellent image quality, ergonomics that favored handheld shooting, unusually high sensitivity, and very low power consumption. These attributes made it a favorite among global documentary shooters. MPEG- 2 remains a central recording format to much of the broadcast television world.
|Extended Recording Capabilities in the EOS C300 Mark II|