EOS Bodies - For Video / Re: CANON U.S.A. INTRODUCES EOS-1D C DIGITAL SLR CAMERA FEATURING 4K HIGH-RESOLUTION VIDEO CAPTURE« on: April 14, 2012, 08:18:20 PM »
^but it would just be firmware, just like the 1C. They could use a 4:4:4 1080 cam.
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In my mind, they should release something in the $7-8k range in addition to the 1D C- for instance, how about a 5D C that does full (resolved) HD w/4k? My hunch is that they will probably consider something like this in the future but not until after they've milked the pro cinema market for the $12-15k 1D C. Because they know if they released a similar model in the $7-8k range the pro cinema people would just buy that.
$6000, body only.The only thing perplexing about this is how they could make a lower end c300? What could they take out that would give it any chance of competing in the market? 5d3 resolved detail with XLR inputs?
Exactly. An un-nerfted 5dmkiii could do wonders. It still wont have the DR of the c300, but it could certainly place itself on-top of all the existing dslr's out there.
Remember, the c300's biggest selling point is it's ease of use, and the IQ right out of the camera.
If this was the case...how much would you think an "un-nerfted" 5Dmkiii cost do you think? When would you think it would make it to market?