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  1. The new flagship 4K Cinema EOS System: Canon launches the EOS C700 (EF/PL) and EOS C700 GS PL London, UK, 1 September 2016 – Canon today unveils two new flagship models in the esteemed Cinema EOS system – the EOS C700 (EF/PL) and EOS C700 GS PL. Both models are ready for the 4K generation, enabling high-end production houses and broadcasters to intuitively and easily shoot with a wide dynamic range, in supreme quality. The EOS C700 cameras capture creative slow motion 4K video footage internally with high frame rates of up to 59.94P/50P and 2K up to 200p/240p (sensor crop mode), or 4K RAW up to 100P/120P, to the optional dockable Codex¹ RAW recorder. Building on the Cinema EOS System range, the powerful video cameras are modular in design to adapt to all shooting requirements and include support for the Apple ProRes format for the first time. Designed for fast-moving subjects and action scenes, the EOS C700 GS PL is also the first Cinema EOS camera with a global shutter. Quality and versatility for every production Created with cinematographers and high-end broadcast production professionals in mind, both models deliver the versatility that the industry demands using a Canon Super 35mm CMOS sensor with a maximum pixel count of 4.5K (EOS C700 GS PL at 4.2K). 4K DCI or 4K UHD can be recorded up to an incredible 810Mbps. Combining the sensor with triple DIGIC DV5 processors, documentary makers can capture natural history and compelling stories in incredible detail, delivering spectacular high-resolution videos with low-noise and shallow depth of field. Together, with a high ISO of up to 102,400 and built-in ND filters, with up to 10-stops of control, both models offer enhanced flexibility and stunning cinematic detail, in even the most challenging of lighting conditions. The EOS C700 EF’s Dual Pixel CMOS AF is incredibly effective at locking onto and tracking a subject allowing the camera operator to concentrate on framing the shot, making it easier for news reporters to film accurately on the move. Operators on drama productions will appreciate the acclaimed Dual Pixel Focus Guide feature, which is ideal for greater control and accuracy. Supporting Canon Log 3, Log 2 and Log Gammas, the EOS C700 (EF/PL) is capable of recording up to an incredible 15-stops of Dynamic Range (14-stops with the EOS C700 GS PL), where footage can be graded with greater confidence and flexibility in HDR post-production workflows. Professional workflow integration The EOS C700 (EF/PL) provides a wide range of colour space options, including the Canon Cinema Gamut, BT.2020, and DCI-P3, as well as support for ACES 1.0 workflow. The camera also supports HDR monitoring with SMPTE ST.2084. For a truly integrated, efficient and reliable HDR workflow, all versions of the EOS C700 can connect directly to the new DP-V2420, Canon’s 4K high luminance reference monitor that is able to support the new ITU-R BT.2100 standard for HDR output. Offering universal appeal for high-resolution production, the EOS C700 is capable of recording high bitrate 4K files internally to dual CFast 2.0™, supporting both XF-AVC and ProRes formats, while simultaneously recording 4K RAW files to an external recorder. Equipped with an Ethernet (RJ45) terminal, the EOS C700 allows broadcasters to live stream Full HD footage via the internet, and also can be connected to a wireless network using the optional wireless file transmitter (WFT-E6B/WFT-E8). To complement this powerful new camera, Canon has worked with Codex to provide a fully-integrated recording and workflow solution. The combination of the dockable Codex RAW recorder (CDX-36150) with the Canon EOS C700 allows for high-speed 4K RAW recording at up to 120 frames per second (fps). Future firmware upgrades² will include 4.5K RAW recording at up to 100 fps, 4K Apple ProRes at up to 60 fps, and Apple 2K ProRes at up to120 fps. Codex’s production-proven recording media - Codex Capture Drives - are used for both RAW and higher-speed ProRes recording. Along with the images, frame-accurate metadata such as lens information can also be captured, streamlining production and post-production processes and delivering time and money savings. Build the camera your own way The camera can be adapted to suit the needs of the individual as well as for each filming scene. For full customisation, there is an extensive range of optional accessories including a new 0.7’’OLED viewfinder system, the EVF-V70, which offers Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080) with a wide colour gamut. The optional Remote Operational Unit OU-700 can also be used to control the camera when shooting with a multi-member team. For newsgatherers and high-end documentary makers, a bespoke Shoulder Support Unit, the SU-15, and new Shoulder Style Grip Unit, the SG-1, will be available for on-the-move shooting. For complete creative freedom and choice, anamorphic lenses are supported, along with a huge range of EF and PL lenses, plus the ability to use compatible Canon broadcast lenses with the optional B4 mount adapters (in Full HD mode). The EOS C700 with EF mount with Cinema Lock and EOS C700 PL with Cook/i support can even swap mounts by Canon service, if user requirements change. EOS C700 key features: 4K (4,096 x 2,160) video recording at up to 810Mbps Internal 10/12-bit XF-AVC or ProRes recording 4K recording at up 59.94P/50P internally or 100P/120P with optional Codex recorder Up to 15 stops dynamic range Dual Pixel CMOS AF (EOS C700 only) or Global Shutter model options ¹ Developed in collaboration with Canon, the optional dedicated and dockable Codex RAW recorder CDX-36150 ² Firmware updates planned to be released March 2017
  2. Sony 4K OLED Monitor unleashed… The BVM-X300 30-inch 4K OLED master monitor is the flagship model in Sony’s professional monitor line-up. This high performance TRIMASTER EL™ OLED monitor includes unparalleled black performance, colour reproduction, quick pixel response, and industry-leading wide viewing angles. In addition, the BVM-X300 has enhanced interface and features for High Dynamic Range (HDR) live production, as well as a wide colour gamut conforming to DCI-P3 and most of the ITU-R BT.2020 standard. By unleashing these superb features and qualities, this master monitor makes an ideal tool for a wide range of applications such as colour grading and QC (quality control) in the 4K production workflow. · Full 4K picture resolution Sony’ s unique OLED panel is equipped with 4K (4096x2160) pixels. This master monitor is ideal for covering cinema applications and 4K colour grading. · High Dynamic Range Offers never-seen-before image reproduction – the black is black, and peak brightness can be reproduced more realistically with colours that are typically saturated in a conventional standard dynamic range. When [S-Log3(Live HDR)] is selected, the BVM-X300 reproduces an S-Log3 HDR image with System Gamma, which is optimized for HDR live production. EOTFs of S-Log3, S-Log3 (Live HDR), S-Log2, SMPTE ST2084, HLG SG1.2 and HLG SG Variable are supported. · Supports DCI P3 and ITU-R BT.2020 wide colour spaces The BVM-X300 supports a wide colour gamut conforming to DCI-P3 and most of the ITU-R BT.2020 standard*. Furthermore, it supports S-GAMUT3.cine and S-GAMUT3. * The BVM-X300 does not cover the BT.2020 colour space in full · Multi-format capability The BVM-X300 can display various formats, such as 4K, 2K, UHD and HD at various frame rates. 3G/HD-SDI Quad link and Dual link are supported for 4K/UHD and 3G/HD-SDI Single link and Dual link supported for 2K/HD. XYZ signals as well as RGB and Y/CB/CR are supported. · Safe area and aspect markers The BVM-X300 monitor can display various markers, including an aspect marker, safe area marker, and center marker. · Gamut Marker When Rec.2020 colours out of Rec.709 or DCI-P3 colour gamuts are detected, this master monitor indicates this with a zebra pattern over the relevant area of the picture. Gamut Marker is a convenient feature that instantly tells viewers to such colours. · Relative contrast 1/2, 1/3 and ¼ Relative contrast modes (1/2, 1/3 and 1/4) quickly adjust contrast and allow you to monitor HDR images with higher peak luminance. Sony_BVM-X300 V 2.0.pdf
  3. Sony introduces new raw recorder AXS-R7 for PMW-F55 and F5 CineAlta Cameras with version 8.01. Features of the new recorder: High speed 4K capture Compared to previous Sony 4K recorders, the AXS-R7 Portable Memory Recorder doubles 4K RAW recording from 60 fps up to 120 fps from the F55 camera*. For shooting at higher frame rates, the recorder captures 2K RAW at up to 240 fps from the F55 and F5, for playback with 10x super slow motion.** Also X-OCN can be used for 4K/2K high speed shooting. *4K 120 fps recording only available for F55. In Addition to the RAW recording Format – RAW SQ, New recording format, X-OCN In addition to F55RAW, AXS-R7 has new camera capture format X-OCN. X-OCN stands for Extended tonal range Original Camera Negative. X-OCN has two recording mode, X-OCN ST (Standard) and X-OCN LT (Light). X-OCN ST is visually indistinguishable quality from F55RAW by 70% data size of F55RAW. X-OCN LT is 40% data size of F55RAW. These choices are completely non-destructive and the full potential of the original sensor data is delivered into post-production by 16-bit scene linear data. 30-second cache recording With the recorder, 4K shooters can take advantage of RAW / X-OCN cache recording at 23.98p for up to approximately 30 seconds (*) while in standby mode, an important feature in documentary or wildlife production where capturing spontaneous action is required. (*Target results. Actual performance may vary based on environmental conditions and usage). · Durable dust and splash-proof metal design The AXS-R7 Portable Memory Recorder has a strong, durable metal body built to work in testing conditions in the field. With a thicker metal body than predecessor 4K recorders, the AXS-R7 is dust and splash-proof, with electric parts and the ventilation shaft separated by a metal filter to prevent the entry of dust and water. Dual memory card slots support high-speed AXSM memory cards The AXS-R7 Portable Memory Recorder features dual memory card slots and work with sleek, high-capacity, high-speed AXSM A Series memory cards, which are designed to support the write speeds required for 4K RAW /X-OCN 120 fps recordings. * AXS-R7 Portable Memory Recorder does not support AXS Original memory card (AXS-512S24).
  4. The VariCam 35 is the new 4k 35mm format Cinematography camera from Panasonic. 4K Images with the VariCam Look The new VariCam 35 has 14+ stops of latitude and offers a wide dynamic range and color gamut approaching film cameras. The VariCam 35 is equipped with a full-size 4K image sensor. Drawing on the field angle and field depth of the PL lens, this model records video in 4K resolution. The body is ruggexd and designed for flexible setup and operation. It allows smooth and unrestricted camera work, letting creators to express their emotions through the images. Newly Developed Super 35mm 4K MOS Sensor The VariCam 35 is equipped with the super 35mm format full-size single-chip MOS sensor developed especially for this new model. It offers 4K (4096 x 2160) and UHD (3840 x 2160) resolution, and boasts high sensitivity, low noise, wide dynamic range and cinematic depth of field. The "VariCam Look" with Evolved Color Gamut and Dynamic Range The VariCam 35 is equipped with the newly developed "V-Gamut," giving it a wider color gamut than that of film. The gamma curve has evolved to "V-Log," further extending the dynamic range of the "F-REC" gamma curve, which was highly acclaimed in the original VariCam. It is capable of recording the 14+ stops of dynamic range offered by the VariCam 35, and enhances grading flexibility. The gamma curve equivalent to conventional V-REC or CINE-LIKE is newly defined as "V-709." The V-709 gamma provides a tone suitable for previewing on a monitor, and is also suitable for use in producing broadcast content such as TV commercials and TV series. 14+ Stops of Latitude The dynamic range is 14+ stops. The wide dynamic range assures accurate image rendering over the entire image area, from dark parts to highlights. Even in dimly lit scenes, which are particularly important in movie production, the VariCam 35 provides low-noise images without any compromise in picture quality. 4K-Optimized Internal Optical Filter The VariCam 35 has a high-precision internal optical filter made by bonding an optical low-pass filter and IR glass and providing it with a UV/IR-cut coating (membrane). The low-pass filter is tuned for 4K, so it eliminates aliasing and provides optimum resolution. The UV/IR-cut filter prevents ghosts and reddening in dark areas inside the camera unit. For frequently used ND filters, the compact body houses a rotary filter system with four filters (0.6ND, 1.2ND, 1.8ND, CLEAR) for easy switching. Variable frame rate recording in the range of 1 fps to 120 fps. Overcranking (slow-motion) and undercranking (quick-motion) effects are also possible. Frame rate can be adjusted while shooting. *120fps recording is to be supported by firmware upgrade This post has been promoted to an article
  5. Canon Company invites you for their digital cinematography workshop of their EOS C-500 4K at Whistling Woods on 21st Sept, 2013 - 11am to 7pm.
  6. Vision Research, a leading manufacturer of digital high-speed imaging systems, officially launches the Phantom® Flex4K, the next evolution in its award-winning digital cinema product line at the 2013 International Broadcasting Convention, September 13-17, 2013 in Amsterdam. The Phantom Flex4K offers exceptional image quality, new workflow options, a user-friendly camera control interface, and outstanding performance at both ultra high-speed and standard frame rates.
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