EOS C700 FF
Emmy award-winning UK production house Ember Films faced shooting a high-quality dramatic trailer in three days, the filmmakers turned to the next generation full-frame CMOS sensor found in the Canon EOS C700 FF.
Canon's next generation Full Frame CMOS sensor records 5.9K with over sampling for exceptionally high quality 4K footage.
Canon’s newly developed Full Frame CMOS sensor offers low noise, wide colour gamut, and a wide dynamic range of 15-stops for a natural look and greater freedom when grading.
Shot on the Full Frame Cinema EOS C700 FF, Refugium highlighted the versatility and capability of this camera to produce exceptional image quality in difficult lighting, with a shallow depth of field and excellent bokeh, while supporting both anamorphic and spherical lenses.
Canon’s newly developed 38.1 x 20.1mm Full Frame sensor creates a new visual look, shallower depth of field and wide field of view with 15-stops dynamic range and Canon’s outstanding image quality. Versatility when shooting is assured, thanks to sensor modes that support Full Frame, Super 35mm and Super 16mm.
Use Canon’s Full Frame EF mount lenses to benefit from Dual Pixel CMOS autofocus. PL mount and B4 options (requiring a EF/PL to B4 adapter) additionally provide a huge range of lens options with Canon’s exceptional image quality.
Canon’s Dual Pixel CMOS AF system allows users to reliably and easily maintain sharp focus on subjects as they move throughout the frame, and includes a function to aid manual focusing.
Record 5.9K RAW files or 4K ProRes file with an optional CODEX CDX-36150 recorder, or record 4K internally to ProRes or XF-AVC formats for a faster workflow.
Built-in ND filters, IP streaming capability and optional accessories for camera control allow for flexible camera operation.
See how Canon’s Full Frame EOS C700 FF performs under pressure to deliver exceptional imagery.
See what cinematographer Nancy Schreiber, ASC and director Nigel Dick have to say about their experience with the EOS C700 FF.