EOS C500 MarkⅡ
It’s a successor model of canon’s first generation 4K flagship camera EOS C500, retaining a flexible operating system as its basic design, along with high specs and versatility. Compared to the C300 Mark II, its CINEMA EOS predecessor, the body is lighter with a compact, cube-shaped design. It comes equipped with a 5.9K full-size CMOS sensor and 5.9K oversampling 4K image acquisition. Its greatest feature is its user-friendly PL/EF lens mount configuration. Thanks to the double slot for CFexpress cards, it is possible to record Cinema RAW Light (5.9K 60P) and XF-AVC (4K 60P 4:2:2 10bit) internally. Transmission is also possible with a single external cable using the 12G-SDI terminal connector. Various expansion units can be connected to the modular control unit, allowing for the flexibility to accommodate different shooting styles on set. Loaded with various features appealing to its users, the ultimate Cinema EOS has arrived.
Blackmagic pocket cinema camera 6K
This camera is equipped with 6144 x 3456 video capability, a 6K Super 35-sized sensor, and an EF lens mount. Upgraded from the BMPCC 4K MFT sensor to a Super 35mm sensor, its shape was taken from the flange focal length EF mount, a little larger than the MBPCC 4K, making it possible to record B-RAW with 6K-sized images. (However, 4K recording is only possible with ProRes). Internal recording is via the CFast 2.0 / SD card, and has external SSD recording capability by connecting via USB 3.1. There are HDMI ports, various operation buttons and switches, and everything including UI is compatible with the BMPCC4K. It also comes with a battery, an AC adapter, and DaVinci Resolve Studio license. Only the 6K model comes with a camera strap. The price is $2,495 US, which boasts approximately the same cost performance as a digital full-frame mirrorless camera.
SIGMA’s first Bayer sensor camera, the world’s smallest and lightest (*1) pocketable, full-frame camera. Its slogan is “Deconstruction of digital camera” Equipped with a L mount system, its dimensions are 112.6 x 69.9 x 45.3mm, and the body, roughly the size of palm of your hand, weighs in at 422g including the battery. There is a slider on the top-plate that allows you to switch between Still and Cine modes, placing the entire 3.15” touchscreen monitor into either Still or Cine operating mode, which is a unique UI setting. Its large heat sink prevents overheating during long hours of use. About the size of a smartphone, combining the functionality of a digital full-frame mirrorless camera with the shooting capacity of a large cinema camera, it is the next generation in cameras. *1 As of July 2019 by SIGMA
FF Classic Prime Lens
The new lineup of the Sigma Cine Lenses has arrived. This new series combines the look of a vintage lens with modern technology. The optical system boasts uncoated lenses, and when coupled with the high resolution that is characteristic of Sigma Cine Lenses, low contrast, beautiful flare, and ghosting, it makes the expression of a classic image possible. The lineup integrates the T-Stop (14mm & 135mm are T3.2 and the rest are T2.5) and look. It is also compatible with Cooke’s “/iTechnology”.
From the high class digital mirrorless S series (S1, S1R) comes a new, professional, full-frame “cinema mirrorless” camera with cinema-quality features that’s compatible with the L-mount, released this past spring. The full-frame sensor features newly designed dual native ISO (ISO640/4000) technology. Its full area records at a 3:2 ratio 6K/24P (5.4K 30P), and at 16:9 it records 5.9K/30P. It features numerous recording modes, including 14+ stops of dynamic range, V-Log recording, 4:2:2 10bit C4K/4K 60P HDMI simultaneous output and 4K/60P time lapse. The cooling fan allows for an unlimited recording time using a new active cooling system, and the monitor is equipped with a new tilt angle, allowing for various recording options and formats.