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Nov 09, 2011 05:16 |  #1

Looks like this slipped under the radar:
http://www.canon.com.a​u …-Camera-under-development (external link)

SYDNEY, November 4, 2011 / HOLLYWOOD, California, November 3, 2011 - Canon Inc. today announced that the company is developing a new-concept EOS-series digital single-lens reflex (SLR) camera. Incorporating an enhanced version of the video-capture capability offered in the current EOS-series lineup, the new camera will be ideally suited for cinematographic and other digital high-resolution production applications. The model will be equipped with a 35 mm full-frame CMOS sensor and, enabling the recording of 4K video* (at a frame rate of 24P, with Motion-JPEG compression), will make possible the type of exceptional image quality and sublime imaging expression to be expected from the next generation of “EOS Movies.”
The announcement coincides with the launch of the Cinema EOS System, marking Canon’s full-fledged entry into the digital high-resolution production industry. The new professional digital cinematography system spans the lens, digital video camcorder and digital SLR camera product categories.
Further details regarding the new EOS digital SLR camera currently under development, including the product name, specifications and scheduled launch date, have yet to be decided.
EOS Movie: A New Industry Standard
Movie recording has been a standard feature in all newly introduced Canon EOS-series digital SLR cameras since the launch of the EOS 5D Mark II in November 2008. Coupled with the diverse array of lenses in Canon’s current interchangeable EF lens lineup, this feature has heralded rich visual expressive possibilities, delivering such characteristics as beautiful image blur and low noise while also garnering kudos for the mobility and maneuverability made possible through the cameras’ compact and lightweight body designs.
The impressive images created by the combination of Canon EOS digital SLR cameras and EF lenses, known as “EOS Movies,” have already earned their screen credentials on the sets of multiple productions, from television commercials and artist promotion videos to episodic dramas and even major motion pictures.
* Cropped to APS-H-equivalent size (dimensions measuring approximately 80% vertically and horizontally of a 35 mm full-frame sensor) when recording in 4K.


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Nov 09, 2011 06:15 |  #2

I hope it is not the 5d replacement being geared more towards video.


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Nov 09, 2011 07:20 |  #3

juanpafer wrote in post #13374740 (external link)
I hope it is not the 5d replacement being geared more towards video.

That would be my guess. The 5D MK II is being used a ton now for video recording.

I wonder if it will have an effective full time AF for video...


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Nov 09, 2011 07:42 |  #4
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juanpafer wrote in post #13374740 (external link)
I hope it is not the 5d replacement being geared more towards video.

It is now clear that Canon is marketing to video more than still.
They are saying still photo belongs to Nikon.


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Nov 09, 2011 08:03 |  #5

http://cdn.canonrumors​.com …ads/2011/11/the​reddot.jpg (external link)

Did they not say that the camera behind the C300 was the going to be the new DSLR C1? I am doubting this article has to do with a 5D successor.

EL_PIC wrote in post #13374943 (external link)
It is now clear that Canon is marketing to video more than still.
They are saying still photo belongs to Nikon.

I wouldnt say that. I would say that Canon is expanding their market. There is absolutely nothing wrong with this. They will continue to produce amazing still cameras. That wont just stop...


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Nov 09, 2011 08:10 |  #6

No

It's not clear at all, the only thing Canon is doing is expanding. They have to expand their productsegment to survive and the natural step for them is DSLR based video.

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Nov 09, 2011 08:13 as a reply to  @ mrbubbles's post |  #7

As long as the 5D Mk III takes great pictures, and remains in the same physical format, I don't really care what they do with video. Heck, they can add a phone and a radio if they want. Doesn't mean I have to use them.


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Nov 09, 2011 08:41 |  #8

EL_PIC wrote in post #13374943 (external link)
It is now clear that Canon is marketing to video more than still.
They are saying still photo belongs to Nikon.

So tired of fanboys complaining about video features. I'm sure you don't have a smartphone, because a phone should just be used to make phone calls, not send emails, or texts, or pictures, or find a good restaurant.


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Nov 09, 2011 09:03 |  #9

This was announced and has been talked about some on different threads:

Canon EOS C series cameras (external link)


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KoalaCowboy wrote in post #13375322 (external link)
This was announced and has been talked about some on different threads:

Canon EOS C series cameras (external link)


Probly in reference to this monstrosity. Looks like all cinema lenses are MF.


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Nov 09, 2011 09:45 |  #11

emsjeep wrote in post #13375336 (external link)
Probly in reference to this monstrosity. Looks like all cinema lenses are MF.


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Yet they still cost a ridiculous amount of money.


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Nov 09, 2011 09:59 |  #12

I'm curious if this is the 5DII replacement Chuck Westfall said was a "long ways off"?




  
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Nov 09, 2011 10:01 |  #13

EL_PIC wrote in post #13374943 (external link)
It is now clear that Canon is marketing to video more than still.
They are saying still photo belongs to Nikon.

Funny, I seem to recall more than a few Nikon ads lately showing off their in-camera video features.

So what if Canon is expanding their features. I don't see how video being in a camera in ANY WAY affects the still image quality you get from it.


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Nov 09, 2011 10:46 |  #14

EL_PIC wrote in post #13374943 (external link)
It is now clear that Canon is marketing to video more than still.
They are saying still photo belongs to Nikon.

Yup, I agree. Clearly the 1DX shows they have completely given up and ceded the still photographer market to Nikon. :rolleyes:


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Nov 09, 2011 11:02 |  #15

emsjeep wrote in post #13375336 (external link)
Probly in reference to this monstrosity. Looks like all cinema lenses are MF.


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Just as the 1D became the 1D X, I would guess that this - in spirit, if not in name - will be the next in line in the 1Ds family, albeit with "enhanced video capabilities" & all that jazz.


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