Canon to showcase new EOS C700 FF at Media Production Show 2018

GTC sponsor Canon will be showcasing its all-encompassing professional imaging range at the 2018 Media Production Show, including, for the first time in the UK, the newly announced EOS C700 FF. The Canon stand (412) will also feature the new CN-E20mm T1.5 L F lens, the latest reference display line up and the full suite of EOS cameras. There will also be talks from DoP Ricky Patel on his recent experience of shooting with the EOS C200. 

Announced earlier this month, the flagship Cinema EOS C700 FF enables filmmakers to capture filmic images with unprecedented low noise, natural skin tones, shallow depth-of-field, and a broad ranging tonality that exceeds 15-stops of dynamic range thanks to a newly developed, next generation full frame 38.1 mm x 20.1mm CMOS sensor and up to 5.9K recording capabilities. The camera includes multiple recording formats, both externally and internally, which helps high-end production houses, broadcasters and cinematographers achieve smooth integration into existing workflows while enhancing process versatility at the same time. 

In addition to the C700 FF, Canon will also be displaying its full range of production cameras, such as the EOS C200, as well as its high-end lenses including the new CN-E20mm T1.5 L F, and professional reference display monitors such as the DP-V2421 and DP-V1711.

Mahogany DoP Ricky Patel will be on the stand to discuss his latest experience with the EOS C200. He chose the camera to shoot a music video for Alfa Mist, taking advantage of the camera’s advanced AF system and 4K shooting to create the video.  

Canon will be demonstrating these products, and more besides, on stand 412 at the Media Production Show, Olympia West Halls in London, 12–13 June 2018.

For more information on Canon's products please see canon-europe.com/broadcast.

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