The Canon EOS C700 FF is the brand's first full-frame cinema camera that Cannon has designed to be a major competitor in cameras for Hollywood productions. Sporting a 5954×3140 17:9 sensor, this larger sensor offers a greater tonal range for colors and also allows for 15 stops of dynamic range for better contrast. The larger sensor also gives the camera improved low light performance and also contributes to a softer depth of field. The Canon EOS C700 FF can of course shoot with a full frame lens, but also supports Super 35 and Super 16mm lenses.
The Canon EOS C700 FF will also be available with a PL mount or EF mount, with the latter being compatible with the Canon Cinema Prime lens line. The full frame camera also comes with the launch of Cannon's new compatible cinema lens, the CN-E20mm T1.5 L F lens, which brings the company's cinema lenses up to 21. Joining the camera and the lens are two 4K HDR reference displays which not only allow videographers the ability to view their work, but also allows for live broadcast in 4K 60 fps.
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