What’s next for the Canon Cinema EOS line | Canon Rumors


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Things have been relatively quiet in the Cinema EOS space from Canon, as they marketed the heck out of the Canon EOS R3 for the last many months.

There was an expectation that Canon would make a big splash at NAB 2021, but that show has been cancelled and won’t return until April 23-27, 2022 in Las Vegas, Nevada. This change may have an impact on when Canon announces new Cinema EOS gear.

What is coming for Cinema EOS

Canon Cinema EOS C300S

  • 8K Super 35mm
  • 8K/60p, 4K/120p in all modes
  • BSI Stacked 3.2um 8K DGO Sensor
  • Dual Pixel Autofocus
  • 16 Stops Dynamic Range in DGO Mode
  • 10ms Readout in 8K DGO Mode
  • Dual DIGIC DV 8 Image Processor

Canon Cinema EOS C500S

  • 8K Full Frame
  • 8K/60p, 4K/120p in all modes
  • BSI Stacked 4.65um 8K DGO Sensor
  • Dual Pixel Autofocus
  • 17+ Stops Dynamic Range in DGO Mode
  • 10ms Readout in 8K DGO Mode
  • Dual DIGIC DV 8 Image Processor

Canon Cinema EOS C700DR

  • 4K Full Frame
  • 4K/240p in Fast Mode, 4K/180p in WDR Mode
  • BSI Stacked 9.6um 4K WDR Sensor
  • 20+ Stops Dynamic Range in WDR Mode
  • 5ms Readout in 4K WDR Mode
  • Dual DIGIC DV 8 Image Processor

Canon RF Mount Cinema Prime Lenses

  • RF 14mm T/1.5
  • RF 18mm T/1.5
  • RF 24mm T/1.3
  • RF 35mm T/1.3
  • RF 50mm T/1.3
  • RF 85mm T/1.3
  • RF 100mm T/1.5
  • RF 135mm T/1.5

The upcoming Canon EOS R5c was never part of this announcement cycle and I don’t expect to see that camera until Q1 of 2022 at the earliest.





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