Canon K-64 Specifications

EOS C100
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Leave No Story Untold
– GO WHEREVER THE STORY TAKES YOU
“We’re shooting on the set and what you’re looking at on the monitor
is so bright and vivid. And then you turn and look at the actual set,
and you realize how dark it really is; it’s kind of stunning.”
Peter Simonite / Director of Photography for “Bart”
Left and top right: behind the scenes on the set of the documentary “Pulse”; bottom right: behind the scenes
on the set of the short film “Bart.” Both films were shot with the EOS C100 Digital Video Camera.
The EOS C100 Digital Video Camera is a compact digital video camera that captures outstanding HD image
quality with two channels of professional-quality audio. The EOS C100 was designed specifically as an affordable,
high-performance digital cine system that supports a broad range of lower-budget film and video productions,
and to introduce new users to the many advantages of Canon’s Cinema EOS Lineup. The EOS C100 utilizes the
same ultra-precision Super 35 imaging system found in both the EOS C500 and C300 cameras, thereby helping
to ensure that the camera system originates equally high image quality, sharpness and sensitivity. The digital
video camera incorporates Canon’s EF lens mount and is fully compatible with the entire line of EF, EF-S and
Cinema series lenses. Independent filmmakers, student filmmakers, event videographers and other video
production professionals will benefit from the top-of-the-line, high-performance features, outstanding image
quality and creative freedom provided by the new Canon EOS C100.
The EOS C100’s industry-standard AVCHD codec records 1920 x 1080 HD video using H.264 compression at
data rates up to 24 Mbps. The camera supports dual memory card slots that leverage lower-cost, easy-to-procure
SDHC and SDXC media. The highly efficient AVCHD codec allows a single 32GB SD card to record almost three
hours of high-quality HD at 24 Mbps, and integrates easily into post-production workflows.
The EOS C100’s ergonomic design is streamlined to support one-person shoots. Weighing just 2.2 lbs. in its
basic configuration, the camera utilizes a highly flexible, modular design that supports a variety of single-operator
shooting styles. Innovations such as One-Shot AF and Push Auto Iris allow solo operators to spend less time
checking camera settings and more time being creative.
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Canon Cinema & EF Lenses
– What it takes to change perspective
In addition to offering one of the finest and most comprehensive range of lenses – comprising more
than 60 EF series prime and zoom models in a variety of user configurations – Canon’s expanding lineup
of dedicated Super 35mm Cinema Lenses is designed exclusively for high-end cinematography. All of
these lenses share Canon’s renowned accuracy, clarity and optical brilliance to bring fresh perspective
to your vision and stimulate your creativity. The outstanding versatility of Canon’s Cinema EOS System
design philosophy is now accessible to more creators than ever before, with a wide range of optical
solutions to suit virtually every need, including specialty Tilt-Shift, Macro and Fisheye lenses.
Canon Cinema Lenses
Every Canon Cinema Lens is designed to fulfill contemporary
4K production standards, further enhancing the performance of
any HD imaging system. Zoom lenses feature large aspherical
lens elements that help achieve sharp, consistent images for
virtually all situations. A geared inner-focusing mechanism
helps minimize focus-induced changes in the angle-of-view,
thereby reducing focus breathing to virtually zero, while the
11-blade aperture diaphragms help ensure beautiful bokeh.
Markings on both sides of the lens barrel simplify focus reading
and aperture setting from behind or on either side of the camera;
torque of the control rings was designed specifically to help
maintain the proper amount of resistance. To enable film
crews to change optics quickly and without adjusting the rig
setup, each Cinema Lens shares uniform front diameter, and
rotation angle for operational controls and gear positions.
Canon Cinema Prime Lenses
The flexible series of Canon Cinema Prime Lenses offers
spectacular 4K-image quality and a full-frame image circle,
in lightweight, compact designs. Prime Lenses feature high
optical speed, produce exceptionally sharp images and
superb contrast, and maintain tightly controlled focus
breathing and geometric distortion. These EF-mount models
offer consistent form factors and markings that have been
optimized for motion-picture production, and represent the
beginning of an evolving family of cinema primes. Canon
Cinema Prime Lenses are also compatible – under manual
operation – with all Canon EOS DSLR models, including the
full-frame EOS-1D X and EOS 5D Mark III, as well as the EOS 7D
and EOS 60D models that use APS-C sized image sensors.
Canon EF Lenses – Securing the Essence
of Your Vision
Perfected in Canon’s laboratories and proven in the field,
Canon EF Lenses incorporate a rare array of the world’s
most advanced optical, micro-electronic and manufacturing
technologies. Many EF lenses utilize the advanced Canon
Peripheral Illumination Correction feature, which helps to
ensure beautiful, consistent color and brightness across the
entire image plane. In addition to offering full compatibility
with existing lenses, the EOS C100’s EF mount opens up new,
creative possibilities with Canon specialty lenses, including
Tilt-Shift, Macro and Canon’s exhilarating EF 8–15mm f/4L
Fisheye USM zoom lens.
Tilt-Shift Lenses — TS-E lenses incorporate tilt and shift
functions to extend the shooting advantages of technical-view
cameras to the EOS system. Tilt movements alter the angle
of the focal plane between the lens and image sensor,
modifying depth-of-field independently of the lens aperture.
Shift movements slide the lens’ optical axis along the plane
of the image sensor, enabling photographers to correct or
alter perspective to almost any angle, and help add
unimagined drama to a scene.
Macro Lenses — By revealing the finest detail and achieving
extraordinary edge-to-edge accuracy at very shallow
depth-of-field, macro photography can be an ultimate test of
optical performance. Canon’s EF specialty lenses include
six, ultra-precise macro lenses and three screw-on, close-up
lenses. Accompanied by the Life-Size Converter EF and two
Extension Tube accessories, Canon’s macro lens array provides
valuable imaging options for the EOS C100 camera.
Fisheye and Fisheye Zoom Lenses — Super wide-angle and
special-effects photography let you capture each subject from
a unique perspective. The Canon EF 8–15mm f/4L Fisheye USM
is the world’s first fisheye zoom lens to create circular images
with a 180-degree angle-of-view on full-frame DSLRs. With its
ability to focus as close as 8 inches (0.2 meters), the Canon
EF 15mm f/2.8 Fisheye lens can help realize exceptionally
sharp images throughout its broad focus range.
Canon L-Series Lenses
Canon L-series Lenses are highly regarded by video professionals
who demand uncompromising optical performance. These
specialty lenses incorporate a number of innovative Canon
technologies, including Ultra-low Dispersion (UD) glass,
fluorite and aspherical lens elements, plus Super Spectra
Multi Coating.
Canon Cinema Zoom Lenses
Canon’s Cinema Zoom and Compact Zoom Lenses offer
extraordinary optical performance for demanding, high-end
film and video productions. New optical glass materials, new
optical coatings and powerful new design techniques have
all been combined to offer advanced optical performance.
The wide-angle Cinema Zoom CN-E14.5–60mm T2.6 L S/SP
represents a masterpiece of contemporary optical design,
with a focal range that was chosen to meet a wide range of
needs in movie-making and high-end television production
– its resolution exceeds 4K resolution. The Cinema Zoom
telephoto CN-E30–300mm T2.95–3.7 L S/SP lens rivals
best-in-class zoom lenses, in a surprisingly low-weight,
optomechanical housing. Both of these zoom lenses are
available with PL or EF mounts.
Canon Cinema Compact Zoom Lenses offer 4K resolution in
form factors that enable more flexible, less intrusive
shooting. The CN-E15.5–47mm T2.8 L delivers a wide to
medium range of focal lengths, while the CN-E30–105mm
T2.8 L covers wide to modest telephoto shots. Both zoom
lenses are ideal for Steadicam™ and hand-held shooting.
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The key to success
– Outstanding image quality
At the heart of the EOS C100 Digital Video Camera is Canon’s Super 35 16:9 CMOS sensor, which was
designed from the ground up for the Cinema EOS System to meet the exacting and uncompromised
demands of the motion-picture and video industry. The sensor’s large Super 35mm size lets the EOS C100
capture cinematic shallow depth-of-field imagery while maintaining the image performance attributes
that professional cinematographers demand. The EOS C100 uses the same sensor design found in the
EOS C500 and C300, thereby continuing Canon’s legacy of imaging excellence throughout the
Cinema EOS line-up.
Canon Super 35mm CMOS Image Sensor
Designed specifically to fulfill the motion-imaging needs of the
cinema industry, the EOS C100’s 4K CMOS image sensor
deploys an innovative new approach to sensor design by
using an 8.3 megapixel, single-CMOS configuration to directly
originate individual RGGB/red-green-green-blue HD
1920 x 1080 video components. Data output from this native
4:4:4:4 sensor requires no debayering process, helping
eliminate reconstruction errors. And by summing the two
spatially offset green-signal components, the final green
video has virtually zero aliasing and an extended dynamic
range – the combination producing a remarkably sharp and
clean Luma component.
Each of the EOS C100’s imaging-sensor photosites are a
generous 6.4 by 6.4 micrometers in area and each uses
advanced microlens technology to maximize the amount of
light that falls on each photosite, thereby further enhancing the
camera’s light sensitivity. Advanced technologies used within
the Canon Super 35mm sensor endows the EOS C100 with
an outstanding sensitivity across a wide ISO range of 320
to 20,000, while producing a full 12 stops of dynamic range.
Shown at actual size: 24.6mm x 13.8mm
Canon CMOS Sensor Signal Processing
Signal processing superior to
that in a 3-chip RGB system
3840
2160
≥ DV
Canon Super 35mm CMOS Image Sensor
III Image Processor
Canon EF-Mount
1920
1080
Taking full advantage of the enhanced image resolution
offered by a Super 35 CMOS sensor, the EOS C100’s
purpose-built high-speed ≥ DV III Image Processor helps
ensure that the trio of 2-megapixel HD Video components for
Red, Blue and Green converted from the large 8.3 megapixel
single-sensor are accurately processed in a manner that
produces excellent tonal and color reproduction. This
processor’s highly sophisticated and proprietary architecture
supports flexible operational video control over a wide range of
video image parameters that empower creative choices on-set
– including the special Custom Pictures mode of operation.
The ≥ DV III Image Processor implements the Canon Log
and the Wide DR transfer functions. Image inversion can be
invoked if depth-of-field converters or other lens adapters
are used. This processor also implements the Peripheral
Illumination Correction feature. It includes the Canon Face
Detection function which can be highly useful when shooting
an individual within a crowd.
Canon ≥ DV III Image Processor
The interchangeable EF-mount ensures compatibility with
Canon EF, EF-S and Cinema Lenses. The sophisticated
electronic communication of lens and camera enables
Canon’s innovative Peripheral Illumination Correction, which
automatically helps compensate for any lens-induced
vignetting that can adversely affect the final image quality.
Future lens data can be added through simple updates to the
EOS C100’s firmware. Autofocus recording is also available
with supported lenses. And for higher-end productions, the
new and expanding range of Cinema Lenses – available in
prime, compact-zoom and zoom series – significantly
expand the camera’s range of creative possibilities.
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Canon Log Gamma
S/N
Ratio
GAIN
18%
GRAY
Canon Wide DR Gamma
Canon Wide DR Gamma & Canon Log Gamma
Canon Log Gamma – ISO and Dynamic Range Specifications
(Canon Log, Progressive scan)
ISO
41dB
6.7 Stops
30dB
5.3 Stops
ISO
20000
45dB
6.7 Stops
26dB
5.3 Stops
ISO
12800
50dB
6.7 Stops
20dB
5.3 Stops
ISO
6400
OUTPUT
The Canon Super 35mm sensor’s exceptional 12-stop (800%)
dynamic range cannot be contained within typical video
gamma curves such as specified in Rec 709 – the ITU-R
Recommendation that standardizes the production format of
16:9 HD television. To ensure full utilization of such a wide
dynamic range, Canon has developed a Canon Log Gamma
Curve that is specifically tailored to the EOS C100 sensor’s
enhanced characteristics. The Log Gamma Curve is
implemented at a high bit depth and then down-converted,
recording the data internally using the 8-bit AVCHD codec.
This effectively retains the full dynamic range of the camera.
Data files produced using this 8-bit log format are perfect for
desktop post-production processing – during which image
corrections, color matching and grading can be applied –
thereby helping ensure a high level of creative freedom without
impairing image quality. The Log Gamma Curve is specified
mathematically to help streamline post-production processes
that seek to restore the image sensor’s linear light-transfer
characteristic. (More technical information about the
importance of Canon Log Curves is contained within a
White Paper that can be downloaded from the Cinema EOS
website: cinemaeos.usa.canon.com.)
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Canon Wide DR
Canon Log
Base
Sensitivity
53dB
6.7 Stops
14dB
5.3 Stops
ISO
3200
54dB
6.7 Stops
8dB
5.3 Stops
ISO
1600
54dB
6.7 Stops
2.5dB
5.3 Stops
ISO
850
54dB
6.8 Stops
2dB
5.2 Stops
ISO
800
0dB
4.9 Stops
ISO
640
54dB
54dB
54dB
7.1 Stops
7.8 Stops
8.1 Stops
-4dB
-6dB
4.2 Stops
3.9 Stops
Canon Log
INPUT
Helps ensure tonal reproduction for both highlight and lowlight
regions during post-production.
To maintain many of the Log Curve’s benefits, while minimizing
the need for sophisticated post-production processing, the
EOS C100 offers Canon’s alternative new Wide Dynamic
Range Gamma function. Wide DR Gamma allows the sensor’s
full 12-stop (800%) dynamic range to be recorded, while
having the gamma correction throughout the midrange
maintain a resemblance to that of Rec. 709. Because
Wide DR Gamma retains a traditional IMAGE look and feel,
its use helps eliminate the need for extensive color grading,
thereby allowing workflows to be streamlined, yet still
retaining the sought-for dynamic range. Technically,
Wide DR Gamma retains the tonal range of an image, unlike
the more limited normal input/output knee function that
compresses the signals in high-brightness areas using
gamma adjustments.
Custom Pictures
ISO
400
ISO
320
Image in Wide DR Gamma
Custom Pictures is a mode that offers the ability to expedite
the subsequent post-production process by facilitating a wide
range of video image look and feel while shooting on-set or on
location. This mode allows easy access to a large number of the
EOS C100 camera’s video-processing parameters, including
Gamma, Black, Black Gamma, Low Key Saturation, Knee,
Sharpness, Noise Reduction, Skin Detail, Selective Noise
Reduction, Color Matrix, White Balance, Color Correction
and Setup Level. Custom picture settings can be saved within
the camera, or to an SD media card for sharing between
multiple cameras.
Gamma and white-balance adjustments can be made
intuitively using a series of graphical user-interface/GUI
displays that show, for example, gamma curves both before
and after making potential changes. Similarly, for white-balance
adjustment, a color/plane display enables the direction and
amount of compensation to be seen at a glance.
AVCHD Codec
Image in Normal 1 Gamma
Unveiled in 2006, the AVCHD codec – standing for Advanced
Video Coding High Definition – has quickly become an
established worldwide standard for professional HD video
recording. AVCHD is based on contemporary MPEG-4
AVC/H.264 compression technology and features a maximum
recording bit rate of 24 Mbps in Full HD 1920 x 1080 pixel
resolution within a 4:2:0 color space on widely available SDHC
and SDXC media. This highly efficient codec facilitates the
extended recording durations that significantly augment the
one-person shooting capabilities of the EOS C100. A single
64GB card will record for almost six hours and the EOS C100
can deploy two such cards.
As well as supporting cost-effective digital HD image capture
in professional-grade video cameras, the AVCHD codec is
utilized by the majority of professional non-linear editing/
NLE software from such familiar vendors as Apple®, Avid®,
Adobe® and Grass Valley® – thereby expanding creative
production options while saving time and money. In addition,
the EOS C100 facilitates quick and easy conversion to
web-based content that will be streamed in an H.264 format.
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The Key to One-Person Operation
— All functionality At Hand
The Canon EOS C100 includes a number of innovative features that make this digital video camera a
perfect solution for one-person operation – its compact and lightweight body was designed specifically
to offer enhanced mobility and comfortable, handheld shooting. Utilizing a high-rigidity, magnesium
construction, the new EOS C100 camera represents just 85% of the overall volume of the EOS C300
body, with a weight of just 2.2 lbs. Designed to use standard, easy-to-replace BP-900 series external
batteries, the EOS C100 features a one-push button for checking power levels.
“This documentary project was going to take us to three
countries in just over a week. So we really needed a camera
that would allow us to really work in a ‘run and gun’ situation,
but maximize the story we’re trying to tell.”
Patrick Moreau / Stillmotion Filmmaker for “Pulse”
Automated Functions
A range of enhanced auto functions help to further streamline
single-operator, “run-and-gun”-style shoots, enabling the use
of EF and Cinema Lenses while providing simplified focusing
and aperture adjustment.
The One-Shot AF mode indicates, via a frame color change,
that the subject located at the center 20% of the viewing
screen has been automatically and accurately focused. When
using the Canon EF-S 18–135mm f/3.5–5.6 IS STM lens,
continuous AF and AE recording is also maintained for a
center-screen subject. (Future EF STM lenses will offer this
continuous AF function.)
The Push Auto Iris mode automatically adjusts the aperture
value to match image exposure during a shoot, instead of
retaining the F-number selected at the start of a scene.
Push Auto Iris can significantly help decrease the amount
of time needed to make on-the-spot exposure corrections
resulting from changing lighting, and is particularly useful for
documentary and “run-and-gun”-style shoots.
Modular Design for Movie-style Flexibility
For ultimate, movie-style flexibility, the EOS C100 can be
configured in a number of different ways, dependent upon
the specific needs of the project. The EOS C100’s main body
can be mated with a Hand Grip or a separate Handle Unit
that houses two professional-grade, XLR audio connectors
as well as a built-in, high-quality stereo microphone. The
Handle Unit’s XLR connectors enable easy connection to
wireless lavalier, boom or other professional microphones.
Adding the Handle Unit helps enable talent dialog and news
interviews to be captured using the integral microphone
pair. The stripped down EOS C100 body might be used by
itself, for example, during a 3D shoot without a mounting rig,
or installed on a moving platform, such as a car, or on a long
jib. The Hand Grip expedites shooting alongside a wall, or
an intimate, talent-facing setup, while the Handle Unit
readily supports low-angle shots.
Full Manual Control
The EOS C100 is a fully-manual digital cinema camera, with
user control of all routine functions, including iris, shutter
speed, gain, zoom, focus and audio levels – critical
parameters that are required to make both technical and
artistic choices during a shoot. For maximum customization,
access is also provided for Custom Picture Settings, Custom
Functions and Custom Display options. A waveform monitor
provides detailed analysis of image brightness for setting
accurate exposure values. Needle-sharp focusing can be
achieved using just the high-resolution LCD monitor and
EVF; two peaking modes and a magnify-focus assist that are
available in both standby and record modes make it
extremely easy to check and confirm critical focus.
As well as a pair of high-quality microphone elements, XLR
audio connectors and a handy mic holder, the EOS C100’s
Handle Unit features a record-tally lamp that can be seen
from both the front and rear of the camera – or turned off via
the camera’s user menu. For accurate manual focusing, the
body incorporates a tape-measure hook and sensor surface
display. And to help prevent operator error during shoots, a
handy lock switch disables all controls except the critical
record stop/start button. For enhanced user convenience,
the latter control is located at no less than three different
locations on the body, Hand Grip and Handle Unit to
accommodate various camera-holding styles.
Variable-angle LCD Viewing Screen
The EOS C100’s newly-designed, 3.5-inch LCD monitor
screen enables easy viewing while composing shots and
playing back recorded clips. In addition to pivoting upwards
100 degrees to accommodate low-angle shooting while
checking picture composition from above, the screen can
also be rotated to offer more viewing options and then
flipped backward to face the camera for storage while
protecting it from scratches and other damage. A
0.24-inch/1.56-Megapixel color viewfinder/EVF enables
DSLR-style camera shooting, letting you hold the camera
firmly with a full field-of-view coverage and accurate
assessment of scene composition, focus and color balance.
To match your preferred shooting style, the EOS C100’s grip
handle rotates 360 degrees in 15-degree increments and
includes a useful joystick that enables quick and reliable
menu selection/setting. Enhanced auto functions help
streamline one-person operation when the EOS C100 is
being used as the director’s camera.
For self-contained, sound-in-camera shoots, the EOS C100’s
stereo microphone and XLR connectors enable full-fidelity
16-bit/48 kHz PCM or Dolby-encoded digital audio recording.
Audio signals from the built-in microphone or audio inputs can
be freely assigned for each audio channel, with individual
level adjustment for extra flexibility. Automatic or full manual
gain control is also available.
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Edge Monitor Focus Assist
Behind the scenes on the set of the documentary “Pulse.”
Using the same focus-assist system developed for the
high-end EOS C500 and C300 models, the EOS C100’s
Edge Monitor shows a red and green waveform at the
bottom of the LCD Display. The green waveform displays
overall image focus, while the red waveform shows the
focus status of three focus-check boxes. Such feedback lets
you intuitively adjust focus for any scene, and then quickly
change the zone of focus as necessary.
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CritiCaL prOFESSiONaL FEatUrES
— FOr FiLm aNd vidEO SHOOtS
The Canon EOS C100 incorporates a number of key features that truly mark it as a professional HD video
camcorder capable of achieving outstanding results in a range of critical situations. The camera features
four, built-in neutral density filters that facilitate shooting over a wide range of scene illumination, as well
as augmenting control over depth-of-field and exposure. On the record side, twin SD-format card slots
are available for relay recording and media copying. Additional features include a secure HDMI cable
connection, and assignable function buttons to tailor operational functionality to match individual
shooting practices. A highly efficient cooling system helps to ensure reliable operation over extended
shooting durations within very challenging environmental conditions.
Dual SD Card Slots for Relay Recording
User-friendly SDHC and SDXC cards represent a versatile
and readily available choice of recording media for a wide
range of HD video applications. The use of twin card slots
for relay or continuous recording further extends the time
available for continuous interviews or long-form briefings
– the second SD card takes over automatically as the first one
becomes full. Divided files can be re-assembled seamlessly into
a single video file using the Canon-supplied Data Import Utility
software application (included with camera). A 64GB card
offers a remarkable 355 minutes of record time at a 24 Mbps
record data rate.
Simultaneous Recording/Down-Conversion
from HD to SD Format
Dual SD card slots let you create duplicate or backup files via
simultaneous recording across both media – a particularly
valuable feature during critical applications such as documentary
interviews and special events that cannot be repeated. The
EOS C100 can also be used to down-convert HD-format
images to SD-format files needed for distributing via DVD,
or for uploading compressed video images to a website.
Dual SD Card Slots
Recording Bit Rate and Capacity Chart
Recording Bit Rate (Variable Bit Rate)
SD Card
Memory
Capacity
24 Mbps
17 Mbps
7 Mbps
2GB
10 min.
15 min.
35 min.
4GB
20 min.
30 min.
70 min.
8GB
40 min.
60 min.
140 min.
16GB
85 min.
125 min.
285 min.
32GB
175 min.
250 min.
575 min.
64GB
355 min.
500 min.
1150 min.
1920 x 1080
1440 x 1080
Records video to two SD cards at once.
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To help streamline activities during demanding video shoots,
many of the EOS C100’s frequently used functions have
been assigned to an array of 15 buttons, 6 of which can be
programmed by the user to handle specific operations.
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1 2 3
REC
4 5 6
Slot A
Other Enhancements
REC
Initialize Cards During Recording – New SD-format media
can be initialized in one drive slot, while the second card
continues to record video in the other.
Slot B
Down-conversion from HD to SD
Button
HD
SD
Slot B
Squeeze
LetterBox
Side Crop
Not DefINeD
7-8
MaGNIfICatIoN
9
PeakING
10
ZeBRa
11
WfM
10
12
PUSH aUto IRIS
13
ISo/GaIN
14
SHUtteR
15
oNe-SHot af
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15
Default Value
1-6
9
8
Slot A
Highly-Efficient Cooling System
To achieve more efficient cooling of critical electronic parts,
the EOS C100 incorporates a new mechanical construction
that helps ensure reliable, durable operation. Two separate,
heat-dissipating exhaust ports help cool the CMOS image
sensor and the main electronic circuit boards.
Assignable Function Buttons
Simultaneous Recording
Built-in ND Filter Mechanism
The EOS C100 is equipped with a versatile neutral density
filter that enables four different, flag-design ND windows –
“clear,” two-stop, four-stop and six-stop values – to be placed
manually in front of the CMOS sensor using a cam mechanism.
A dust-resistant design helps to ensure a reliable operation
equivalent to that offered by the high-end EOS C300, which
is functionally identical aside from being power-driven.
Assignable Function Buttons
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Enables user settings for allocating most
frequently used functions to 15 buttons.
Pre REC – Approximately three seconds of video images
are constantly recorded to the EOS C100’s internal buffer
memory, helping ensure that you never miss a unique
shooting opportunity on location.
Black Balance Adjustment – Unbalances in RGB video black
levels that might arise during extended shooting in high
ambient temperature situations are automatically corrected
by capping the camera and initiating a simple procedure.
Remote Terminal – Designed to be fully Local Application
Control Bus/LANC-compatible, the EOS C100 can be
remotely controlled during situations where you cannot
secure access to use controls and functions, or when using
a tripod handle or jib arm that places the camera body
beyond convenient reach.
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After The Shoot
— STREAMLINING WORKFLOWS IN POST
The EOS C100 is designed from the ground up to blend seamlessly into your existing file-based workflows,
including external video monitors, recording systems and non-linear editors. Use of the industry-standard
AVCHD file format provides full compatibility with consumer/professional editing software, ensuring
near-universal industry support and dramatically reducing post-production complexity. Multiple recording
modes, resolutions and frame rates help ensure that the EOS C100 can accommodate a range of
creative shooting requirements. Uncompressed 4:2:2, 8-bit HD images – with integral time code for
accurate audio/video synchronization – is also output via an HDMI Type A interface.
“For the documentary portion, we really wanted a very nice,
clean, well-lit, punchy image. When we got to the produced
portion, we wanted that to be a bit saturated, slightly surreal
– and we actually played with the toning a little bit more. We
used the extended dynamic range profile which allowed us
to then…really take it to either direction.”
Patrick Moreau / Stillmotion Filmmaker for “Pulse”
Editing Workflow – Industry-standard
AVCHD File Format
The Advanced Video Coding High Definition/AVCHD
file-compression standard lets you make video recordings
in Full HD for many hours, but requires far less SD-format
media and disk space than other file formats. Since AVCHD is
based on high-quality MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 data compression,
such files are fully compatible with a large number of consumer
and professional NLE software from Apple®, Avid®, Adobe®,
Grass Valley® and other brands, letting you work within
current editing and post-production environments without
having to change methodologies. Multiple recording modes,
resolutions and frame rates mean that the EOS C100 can
flexibly adapt to virtually any production requirements. Three
recording data rates are selectable, ranging from 7 Mbps to
a maximum rate of 24 Mbps.
Shooting Video
TC superimposed
on HDMI output
SD Card
USB
HDMI
Storing Files
Non-compression
signal equivalent
to SDI
MPEG-4/AVC (H.264) system. Enables long hours of video
recording with less data volume by means of high-efficiency
compression.The maximum bit rate is 24 Mbps.
Importing Files
Materials and Archives
Data Import Utility
Connect
a compatible
external recorder
or converter
Joins divided files seamlessly
HDMI Output with Integral Time Code
In addition to outputting AVCHD-format files to its pair of
SD slots, the EOS C100 can deliver high-definition video
signals in uncompressed 4:2:2 format via a standard HDMI
digital output for external recording, live viewing or playback
on an external monitor. To streamline the attachment of
external recorders, flat-panel display and other devices, the
EOS C100’s HDMI output also carries multiplexed, 2:3
pull-down markers and SMPTE-format time code. The latter
can be used when synchronizing downstream audio and video
systems, or to accurately locate video segments during
post-production. A locking connector helps ensure a more
secure and robust attachment of compatible HDMI cables.
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Seamlessly joins files that are divided
during relay recording
NLE
NLE
General-purpose
NLE software
Finished Media Package
Blu-ray
DVD
Web etc.
Seamlessly Recombine Video with Data Import Utility
Major NLE
software
editing
Joined File
Seamlessly joins files that are divided
when a file exceeds 2GB
2GB
Data Import Utility
The Canon-supplied Data Import Utility software application,
available in both Windows- and Macintosh-compatible formats,
lets you seamlessly recombine video data that was divided
when a file exceeded the 2GB limit, or join files that were
created during relay-recording mode. To further help reduce
your workload during editing, the import utility automatically
recognizes divided media as a single, continuous file.
Supported OS
• Win 7 (64/32bit) • Win Vista (64/32bit) • Win XP (SP3)
• Mac OS 10.7
• Mac OS 10.6
2GB
Joined File
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Our Continuing Commitment to
Service, Support and Education
Motion-picture and video production is not just an artistic endeavor. It’s also a business, with targeted
budgets, profit requirements and inevitable deadlines. Professionals want to know they are dealing with
professionals; while dealing with Canon, you can count on a proven creative partner. Our service is
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range of live and online resources.
Dedicated Service for Professionals
Unsurpassed Educational Resources
The Canon Hollywood Professional Technology & Support
Center was established to bring our world-class service
directly to motion-picture studios, the television industry,
plus independent producers and videographers. Located in
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technicians who are fully prepared to take care of all your
Cinema EOS products. We can accurately adjust cameras and
lenses, repair both cinema and still-photography equipment,
and meet the needs of professionals like yourself who are
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Education is another important cornerstone of Canon’s
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shoot, we are here to provide you with all the essential
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With our industry-leading turnaround times and substantial
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nationwide service centers for factory-quality repairs and
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only makes certain that all of your equipment is functioning
perfectly when delivered, but we also use your valuable
feedback and suggestions to help develop new and even
better products. In fact, the Cinema EOS system was
developed as a direct result of such industry feedback.
Support Programs Customized for
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Cinematographers, production companies, film schools and
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We offer service partnerships for full-service dealers as well
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these important service offerings as the Cinema EOS
production community expands.
Canon Live Learning (CLL) seminars and workshops are
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and enthusiasts alike the opportunity to sharpen their skills
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Schedules are available at: usa.canon.com/canonlivelearning.
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EOS C100 SPECIFICATIONS
IMAGING SENSOR
Effective Pixels: 3840 x 2160 pixels; Approx. 8.29 megapixels
Total Pixels: 4206 x 2340 pixels; Approx. 9.86 megapixels
Sensor Type: CMOS
Sensor Size: Super 35; 24.6 x 13.8 (28.2mm diagonal); 6.4 μm cell pitch
Scanning System: Progressive
Number of Sensors: 1
Filter: RGB Primary Color Filter (Bayer Array)
Imaging Processor: DIGIC DV III
LENS SYSTEM
Interchangeable Lens System: EF-mount for compatibility with EF, EF-S and EOS EF Cinema
lens systems.
Zoom/Focus Preset: Not Available
Shockless Zoom: Not Available
Digital Teleconverter: Not Available
ND Filter: Mechanical ND filter system with option of clear, 2, 4, and 6 stops
Iris: Manual setting in 1/2-step increments, 1/3-step increments or fine
Push Auto Iris Control
Peripheral Illumination Correction: Available
ExPOSURE AND METERING
Exposure Modes: Manual
Push Auto Iris Control (metering system selection/AE shift possible)
Metering Modes: Available (Standard Center Weighted, Spotlight, Backlight)
Gain: Normal Setting -6 dB to 30 dB
Fine Setting 0 dB to 24 dB in 0.5 dB increments
ISO: 320 to 20,000 in 1/3 stop increments
Auto Gain Control (AGC): Not Available
Shockless Gain: Not Available
Exposure Compensation/AE Shift: Available
Shutter Modes: 3 Modes: OFF; Speed; Angle; Slow Shutter; Clear Scan
Speed setting can be set in 1/2 or 1/3 stop increments
Shutter Speed Range:
59.94i: 1/60 to 1/2000 in 1/4 or 1/3 stops; SLS: 1/4, 1/8, 1/15, 1/30; CS: 59.94 Hz – 250.27 Hz
PF30: 1/30 to 1/2000 in 1/4 or 1/3 stops; SLS: 1/4, 1/8; CS: 29.97 Hz – 250.27 Hz
23.98p/PF24: 1/24 to 1/2000 in 1/4 or 1/3 stops; SLS: 1/3, 1/6, 1/12; CS: 23.97 Hz – 250.27 Hz
50i: 1/50 to 1/2000 in 1/4 or 1/3 stops; SLS: 1/3, 1/6, 1/12 1/25; CS: 50.00 Hz – 250.78 Hz
PF25: 1/25 to 1/2000 in 1/4 or 1/3 stops; SLS: 1/3, 1/6, 1/12; CS: 25.00 Hz –250.78 Hz
Shutter Angle Settings:
59.94i: 360, 240, 216, 180, 120, 90, 60, 45, 30, 22.5, 15, 11.25
PF30: 360, 240, 216, 180, 120, 90, 60, 45, 30, 22.5, 15, 11.25
23.98p/PF24: 360, 345.6, 288, 240, 180, 172.8, 144, 120, 90, 86.4, 72, 60, 45, 30,
22.5, 15, 11.25
50i: 360, 300, 240, 180, 150, 120, 90, 60, 45, 30, 22.5, 15, 11.25
PF25: 360, 300, 240, 180, 150, 120, 90, 60, 45, 30, 22.5, 15, 11.25
Iris (Aperture) Range: Lens Dependent
FOCUS
Focus System: Manual; One-Shot AF
Autofocus System: Available; AF is dependent on interchangeable lenses
TTL-Video Signal Sensing System
AF Metering Area: Fixed at center of screen (4% of the screen)
AF Modes: One-Shot AF
*The focusing operation is disabled at shutter speeds slower than 1/8 in 59.94 Hz mode and
1/6 in 50 Hz mode
RECORDING/CODEC
Signal System: 59.94/50 Hz
Compression: MPEG-4 AVC/H.264
Color Space: 4:2:0 internal recording
Maximum Bit Rate: 24 Mbps
Canon Log: Available
Recording Options:
Mode
Resolution
Frame Rate
24 Mbps LPCM
1920 x1080
60i/PF30/PF24/24p/50i/25p
24 Mbps
1920 x 1080
60i/PF30/PF24/24p/50i/25p
17 Mbps
1920 x1080
60i/PF30/PF24/24p/50i/25p
7 Mbps
1440 x 1080
60i/PF30/PF24/24p/50i/25p
Recording Time:
Card Capacity
(CF Card)
Bit Rate (VBR)
2GB
1920x1080
24 Mbps
10 Minutes
17 Mbps
15 Minutes
1440x1080
7 Mbps
35 Minutes
4GB
20 Minutes
30 Minutes
1 Hour 10 Min.
6GB
30 Minutes
45 Minutes
1 Hour 45 Min.
8GB
40 Minutes
1 Hour
2 Hours 20 Min.
12GB
1 Hour 5 Min.
1 Hour 30 Min.
3 Hours 35 Min.
16GB
1 Hour 25 Min.
2 Hour 5 Min.
4 Hours 45 Min.
32GB
2 Hours 55 Min.
4 Hours 10 Min.
9 Hours 35 Min.
64GB
5 Hours 55 Min.
8 Hours 20 Min.
19 Hours 10 Min.
Recording Media:
SD Card x2 (Video, Still Images (JPEG), Custom Picture Data*, Clip Metadata, and menu
settings); SD/SDHC/SDXC Supported; MMC Cards are not supported
*Custom Picture Data and settings are not compatible with data from others Canon models
File Format: AVCHD
File System: FAT 32
Maximum Clip Number: 999 (per media)
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AUDIO
Recording Format: 24 Mbps Mode: Linear PCM; 2-Channel; 16-Bit; 48 kHz
All Other Modes: Dolby Digital AC3
Built-in Microphone: Stereo Microphone built in to Handle Unit
External Audio Inputs: 2 – XLR inputs (Auto and Manual level settings)
External microphone terminal: (3.5mm diameter)
Recording Chanel Selection: This is used to set the allocation of the audio channels:
CH1/CH2: The CH1 signals are allocated to the L output channel, and the CH2 signals are
allocated to the R output channel.
CH1/CH1: The CH1 signals are allocated to the L output channel, and the CH1 signals are
allocated to the R output channel.
CH2/CH2: The CH2 signals are allocated to the L output channel, and the CH2 signals are
allocated to the R output channel.
ALL CH/ALL CH: Signals obtained by mixing the CH1 and CH2 signals are allocated to the L
and R output channels.
XLR Mic Trimming: Available; -12 dB, -6 dB, 0 dB, +6 dB or +12 dB
Limiter: Available
Recording Level Adjustment Range: - Infinity to +18 dB, Automatic
Separate controls for internal and externally connected microphones.
Phantom Power: Available; +48V
Headphone Adjustment: 16 Settings; Volume is muted at lowest setting
Built-in Speaker: Yes; 16 level settings
1KHz Tone: Available; -12, -18, or -20 dB
FEATURES AND PERFORMANCE
Playback: Index Displays: Movie and Photo
HD Clip Playback: Normal, Forward Search (x5, x15, x60), Reverse Search (x5, x15, x60),
Forward Frame Advance, Reverse Frame Advance, Record Review, Forward Skip, Reverse Skip
SD Clip Playback: Normal Playback
Playback Functions: Inter-media Copy (Single Clip, All Clips); Clip Delete (Single Clip, All
Clips, Last Clip)
HD -> SD Conversion (SD Format: MPEG-2; 9 Mbps)
Still Image Playback: Index, Single Playback, Erasure, Protect
Slow and Fast Motion Recording: Not Available
Special Recording Functions: Relay Recording; Double-Slot Recording
Photo Recording Mode: Available; Images captured to SD Card; Images can be captured during
Record, Pause and Playback modes.
Waveform Monitor: Available; 2 Modes (Standard and RGB Component)
Vectorscope: Not Available
Exposure / Focus Aids: Peaking (2 types), Zebra Pattern*, Magnify, Edge Monitor Focus Assist,
Black and White Mode
Interval Record: Not Available
Frame Record: Not Available
Pre-Record: Yes, 3 seconds cache (Audio and Video)
Scan Reverse: Available (Horizontal, vertical, or both can be selected)
Time Code: Drop Frame (DF)* or Non-Drop Frame (NDF)
* NTSC-60i, PF30, and PF24 modes only
Time Code Modes: Regen, Record Run, Free Run
Peripheral Image Correction: Available
Auto White Balance (AWB): Available
White Balance Presets: AWB, Daylight (5,400K); Tungsten (3,200K); Set A; Set B
White balance shift is available within Presets (-9 to +9)
Custom White Balance: Available; 2,000K to 15,000K in 100K increments
Shockless White Balance: Available through Custom Functions
Black Balance Adjustment: Available
Custom Picture Settings: Available;
A total of nine 9 Customized Pictures are available in the camera and up to 20 can be
saved to an SD card
Custom pictures can be adjusted using the following settings and saved for later recall:
Gamma, Black, Black Gamma, Low Key Saturation, Knee, Sharpness, Noise Reduction, Skin
Detail, Selective Noise Reduction, Color Matrix, White Balance, Color Correction, Setup Level
Custom Pictures CP7, CP8 and CP9 ship with the following preset:
C7: EOS Standard – The image quality obtained when “Standard” is selected as the picture
style on an EOS DSLR.
C8: Wide DR – The video setting applies a gamma setting (Wide DR Gamma) which can
achieve a wide dynamic range while maintaining color values suitable for video without the
need for post production processing.
C9: Cinema – Applies Canon Log Gamma and Color Matrix. This setting is ideal when postproduction image processing is planned.
Custom Functions: Available, 9 total functions
Custom Display: Available; LCD panel and EVF information display can be customized
Total of 27 display and icons that can be turned on and off
Assign Buttons: 15; Can be assigned functions as desired
Color Bars: Available; Color bars compliant with SMPTE, EBU, or ARIB standards can be selected.
Marker Displays: Available (Horizontal Marker, Center Marker, Grid, Safety Zone, Aspect Ratio)
My Menu: Available
Key Lock: Available
HDMI REC Command: Available
SENSITIVITY
Minimum Subject Illumination: 59.94 Hz Mode: 0.3 Lux
(f/1.2 lens, 24 dB, 29.97p, 1/30s)
50.00 Hz Mode: 0.25 Lux
(f/1.2 lens, 24 dB, 25.00p, 1/25s)
Sensitivity: F9 (2000 lux, ISO 640/0 dB, 89.9% Reflection, in 1080/59.94i mode)
F10 (2000 lux, ISO 640/0 dB, 89.9% Reflection, in 1080/50i mode)
S/N Ratio: 59.94 Hz Mode: 54 dB (Typical)
(1920x1080/27.97P, Canon Log, ISO 850)
50.00 Hz Mode: 54dB (Typical)
(1920x1080/25.00p, Canon Log, ISO 850)
Dynamic Range: During Normal Shooting: 300%
*With Canon Log Gamma or Wide DR Gamma: 800%
*ISO 850 or above – gain 2.5 dB or above
EVF
Type: 0.24-inch Color (1,555,000 pixels – 960x540)
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Viewing Angle Adjustment: Not Available
Diopter Adjustment Range: +2.0 to -5.5
Field of View Coverage: 100%
EVF Adjustments: Brightness, Contrast, Color, and Backlight
Special Features: Black and White Display, and setting for viewing concurrent images on display
LCD MONITOR
Type: Rotating 3.5 inch Wide Screen Color LCD Display (922,000 pixels – 640x480) on
camera body
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Viewing Angle Adjustment: Available
Field of View Coverage: 100%
Display Adjustments: Brightness, Contrast, Color, Sharpness, and Backlight (Normal or
Bright)
Special Features: Black and White Display, and setting for viewing concurrent images on display
INPUT/OUTPUT
Time Code In/Out: Yes; through HDMI (Input and Output)
HDMI: Yes (Type A)
AV Out: Available
Audio Input Terminal: 2 – Balanced 3-pin XLR (Mic Level, Mic Level with phantom power
and Line Level) on handle unit
3.5mm Microphone terminal on main body
Headphone Jack: Available; 3.5mm stereo mini-jack
Remote Terminal: Available (Fully LANC Compatible)
I/O Control: EXT and USB (Mini-B, High Speed) connectors; EXT is used to connect the
camera to the handgrip
CCU: Not Available
POWER
Power Terminal: Battery Pack: 7.4V
DC in: 8.4V
Battery: BP-9 Series
Compact Power Adapter: CA-930 (Supplied)
ACCESSORIES
Tripod Adapter: Canon TA-100
Tripod Adapter Base: Canon TB-1
Zoom Remote Controller: Canon ZR2000
Car Battery Adapter: CB-920 (use old battery packs)
Wi-Fi® Adapter: Not Available
OTHER
Dimensions (W x H x D):
C100 (Body plus Thumb Rest): Approx. 5.3 x 6.7 x 5.1 in. (135 x 170 x 129mm)
C100 (Body plus Grip): Approx. 7.2 x 6.7 x 5.1 in. (182 x 170 x 129mm)
C100 (Body plus Thumb Rest and Handle Unit): Approx. 5.6 x 11.1 x 9.3 in. (142 x 281 x 236mm)
C100 (Body plus Grip and Handle Unit): Approx. 7.2 x 11.1 x 9.3 in. (182 x 281 x 236mm)
Main Unit Weight: C100 Body: Approx. 2.2 lb. (1020g)
Accessories Weight:
Grip: Approx. 8.1 oz. (230g)
Handle Unit: Approx. 12.7 oz. (360g)
Body Cap: Approx. 0.6 oz. (17g)
Thumbrest: Approx. 0.35 oz. (10g)
Total Equipped Weight:
Main Unit with Grip, Hook, Handle Unit, BP-955, 2x SD cards: Approx. 4.0 lb. (1835g)
Main Unit with Grip, Hook, BP-955, 2x SD cards : Approx. 3.3 lb. (1475g)
Temperature and Humidity:
Performance requirements: 0˚C to 40˚C, 85% (relative humidity)
Operating requirements: -5˚C to 45˚C, 60% (relative humidity)
Language Support: English, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, German, Spanish, French,
Italian, Polish, Russian, Korean
Time and Date: Automatic Calendar range January 1st, 2010 through December 31, 2035
selectable in American, Japanese and European Date formats.
World Clock: World Clock support – UTC time setting: Setting range from +14:00 to - 12:00
EOS C100 SYSTEM
Lenses
Handle Unit
thumb Rest
ef Cinema Zoom Lenses
(AvailableinEFandPLMount)
Compact Power adapter
Ca-930
ef Cinema Prime Lenses
(AvailableinEFmountonly)
Grip
Data transfer
application
C100MainBody
tripod Base
tB-1
BatteryPackBP-955
Shoulder Strap
SS-1200
ef Lenses
EOS C100 KIT CONTENTS
•EOSC100Body(withGrip/CameracoverR-F-3)
•HandleUnit
•BatteryPackBP-955*
•BatteryChargerCG-930
•CompactPowerAdapterCA-930*
•ThumbRest
•TripodBase
•ACCablex1
•DCCable(forCA-930)
•ShoulderStrapSS-1200
•DataImportUtilityVer.1.0
*Alsoavailableasoptionalaccessory
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EOS C100
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