Now is a good time to pick up a Canon C100 Mark II. B&H has announced a $1000 saving on the updated entry-level EOS Cinema Camera. A similar but larger price drop has occurred with the original Canon C100 also where you can now pick it up for just $2,499.Read more
Here’s a couple of kit tips for anyone looking to use Canon EOS Cinema cameras on gimbal systems like the MoVi and Ronin.Read more
Atlas Camera Support is designed to relieve the weight of your camera setup. I tested it out alongside my DJI Ronin to see how well it performs with a heavy gimbal stabilizer.Read more
Wooden Camera has released the Cage NATO Arm for Canon C cameras. Attaching to existing Wooden Camera products on the top and bottom of the camera it adds rigidity to your setup, as well as offering a NATO rail and threaded holes alongside the camera.
The Top Plate has been available for some time; a neat little base that mounts to the hot shoe on the C100/C300/C500.
We already posted my side-by-side of the new Canon C100 Mark II and the Mark I a few weeks ago (click here if you missed it!). My conclusion was that while the Mark II isn’t an earth shattering upgrade to a very decent camera, it clearly is a very well thought-through upgrade that addresses many of the issues that users had with the original. The C100 Mark II doesn’t do 4K, which still is the constant buzzword in the industry, but Canon really did listen closely to its customers.Read more
by Patrick Zadrobilek | 9th January 2015
With the Canon C100 and the C300, Canon introduced two cameras that have become extremely popular with filmmakers around the world. Not so much with the C500, the C300’s 4K sibling. It started at $30,000 at launch in 2012, and has since dropped several times – now arriving at $15,999 with the latest price drop.Read more