Class: budget cinema cams
Camera Pros: Records proxy video clips onto SD card while shooting Raw. While Raw is good for colour grading, the proxy files are better for editing.
Good selection of LUTs for internal and external monitoring. Colour science is said to be comparable with Arri cameras. Good low light performance.
Camera Cons: When not shooting Raw, the only other option is an 8-bit codec.
Unique Features: Good quality dual pixel auto focus, switches on when it detects a face and off when it doesn’t.
Camera body only, check online for bundles including lenses, batteries and media cards. The price in different EU countries can vary.
£5,999.00 / $6499.00 / 6499.00€
Camera body only, check online for complete kit prices. Hire cost is daily, unless stated otherwise. The price in different EU countries can vary.
£144.00 / $422.00 (7 days) / 164.00€
Media Slots: Dual CFast, Dual UHS-II SDCompatible cards | SSDs.
Lens Mount: EF (PL mount as paid option)
Compatible Lenses: A wide range of EF lenses from Canon, Samyang, Tamron, Zeiss, Sigma, Meike, Irix, Laowa and Tokina. A wise range of PL lenses available from: Arri, Aegenieux, Canon, Zeiss, Cooke, Schneider, Samyang, SLR Magic, Fujinon, Atlas, Sigma and Laowa.
Sensor Size: Super35 (24.4 x 13.5mm)
Crop Factor: 1.4
Native ISO: 800
Camera Raw Codec: Cinema Raw Light
Camera Video Codecs: MP4
Camera Dynamic Range / Colour Gamut: C-Log, Canon Cinema
Best Resolution: 4K DCI 17:9 (4096 x 2160 photosites)
Maximum Frame Rate at Best Resolution: Up to 30fps at 12-bit Raw. Above 30fps at 10-bit Raw.
Best Bitrate: 1 Gbps, 12-bit Cinema Raw Light
Inputs and Outputs
Power In: Canon BP batteries, DC power
Raw Out: No Raw output from the Canon C200
Best Video Out: 2K over SDI, 4K over HDMI depending on frame rate and quality
Video / Audio Output Cable: SDI, HDMI
Camera Audio In: Dual XLR, 35mm stereo mini-jack
Timecode Connection: Record to audio channel via XLR or 35mm stereo mini-jack
No external recorder required.