Canon officially announces the Cinema EOS C300 Mark III

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Equipped With a Newly-Designed 4K Dual Gain Output (DGO) Sensor and DIGIC DV 7 Image Processor, the Camera Also Features Internal Cinema RAW Light Recording
MELVILLE, NY, April 20, 2020 – Adding to its robust and expansive line up of Cinema EOS digital cinema cameras, Canon U.S.A. Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, is excited to announce the EOS C300 Mark III. The next-generation Super 35mm workhorse features a new Dual Gain Output (DGO) sensor and, like the full-frame EOS C500 Mark II digital cinema camera, employs a modular design and an interchangeable lens mount optional accessory that allows users to easily customize the camera according to the needs of each project, making it an ideal tool for a wide range of video content production. The introduction of C300 Mark III, alongside the already announced C500 Mark II, signal Canon’s equal and high attention to the two important constituencies of Super 35mm and full-frame content creation...
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padam

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The technology is probably not there yet for stills resolution, the pixel count is too high, while this 4K Super 35mm sensor is probably pretty fast, so it can do it. Maybe in the next evolution.
 

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So Canon is saying you can make a good video with 4k and EF mount? That even a dedicated movie-maker buying a dedicated movie camera won't need 8k or RF lenses? :-D
 

padam

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If you mean dual-gain, I think Sony or some of the other brands have had it for 4-5 years or something.
You are confusing dual base ISO sensitivity with dual gain output, they are different things.
Similar technology has been used in RED or Arri cameras to increase the dynamic range.