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For fans of the C300, meet the C200. Now you can record RAW footage at 4K 4096 x 2160 resolution to deliver Cine 4K images, as well as Ultra HD (3840 x 2160), and Full HD (1920 x 1080).
Super 35mm CMOS Sensor
Dual Pixel CMOS AF Technology
Dual DIGIC DV 6 Processors
4K DCI and UHD, 1920 x 1080
59.94/50/29.97/25/24/23.98p & 120p in HD
Canon RAW Light, MP4, MP4 Sub-Recording
The image quality from the C200 is really impressive (even in 8-bit). I've also found it less noisy then the C300. The C200 is lighter and smaller then the C300 and I really prefer the updated ergonomi...
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Equipment Replacement Value: $8,500
The image quality from the C200 is really impressive (even in 8-bit). I've also found it less noisy then the C300. The C200 is lighter and smaller then the C300 and I really prefer the updated ergonomics. The dual pixel auto focus is insanely good, especially when paired with modern Canon L series 2 lenses.
This camera currently supports two primary codecs. Here's what they're best for:
4K 8-bit (4.2.0):
(1) Long interviews
(2) Doc shooting, events, weddings or any instance you need to capture a ton of footage and move it around quickly
(3) Anything for direct to internet distribution
4K Cinema RAW Lite 12-bit (4.4.4)
(1) Commercials, films, etc. where maximum quality is important and a DIT workflow can be implemented (these files are gigantic).
(2) Reel shots or anything that you want to color grade beyond the norm.
There is currently no intermediate codec available for internal recording (For example: ProRes 4.2.2) but it is accessible via HDMI using an external recorder (Atomos or Odyssey).