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The NABShow is usually where Canon does its major Cinema EOS announcements, and this year will be no different.
We’re told to expect two new Cinema EOS camera bodies announced. One of the cameras will be the follow-up to the Cinema EOS C300 Mark II and the other camera will be some kind of high frame rate specialty body.
We previously reported that the C300 Mark III would have a sensor upgrade option for future 8K options. We’re told that this is still the case and that the C300 Mark III might also get a full frame sensor size upgrade option. The C700FF sensor would likely be the sensor used.
Both cameras will reportedly be EF and PL mounts, unfortunately, there is no RF mount options being announced for NAB.
Canon will also likely announce a CN-E 100mm cinema prime lens alongside the already rumored PL-mount versions of the CN-E prime lenses.