Next up for Canon? The Cinema EOS lineup ahead of NAB 2023

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With the CP+ show out of the way, Canon will likely be focusing on the NAB 2023 show in Las Vegas, which starts on April 15, 2023. Canon just announced the Canon EOS R8 and Canon EOS R50 camera bodies alongside the compact Canon RF 24-50mm f/4.5-6.3 IS STM and crop lens the Canon RF-S

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It is time for canon to re-enter the cine world. While I and many others love the canon cine cameras they are getting dated and canon is seriously falling behind. Their current range is fantastic and the is no need for more features necessarily but the issue is new purchasers are going with other systems just be canons is no quite a good or ‘new’.

This will be a huge issue in the future. Canon needs the new buyers to support the system growth. We need to trust can has the ability and will to really get in a fight for a spot. They have the tech they just need to put it in their cameras. Do what Arri and red does. Put everything in the cameras and dominate.

I live the canon cine cameras but they have to do rf nount, ProRes internal, nd and SDI connections. Miss this and they will lose out.
 
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I’ve been buying Canon still cams for a long time. The first ENG lens on my first Betacam was a Canon. My first DSLR was the 5DmkII. I got the original C300 and I have a full set of their Cine primes, plus the 17-120 and 25-250. Canon’s problem is they still just don’t get the “Cine camera” market. The colors and skin tones are beautiful, but the cameras are a complete pain in the d*** to use. I shot with the C300 for years and loved the image, but absolutely dreaded it every time I had to pick it up. As opposed to my Amira that just gets out of my way and let’s me shoot and has buttons, knobs and connections in reasonably convenient places.

Canon will never be a player in the high-end “Cine” camera world, en-mass, baring something just incredible and Earth shattering happening.
 
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I mean the c200 has dropped significantly in price since the c70 was announced
Adding Cinema RAW Light to the C70 basically obsoleted the C200.
Before that, the C70 was the 10-bit option, the C200 the RAW option, and the two happily coexisted.
That and the R5 C also forced Canon to lower the prices of the C300 III and C500 II.
I did not see anything rumored that would force Canon to lower the price of the C70.
 
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Adding Cinema RAW Light to the C70 basically obsoleted the C200.
Before that, the C70 was the 10-bit option, the C200 the RAW option, and the two happily coexisted.
That and the R5 C also forced Canon to lower the prices of the C300 III and C500 II.
I did not see anything rumored that would force Canon to lower the price of the C70.
The c200 debuted with a price of 6000 dollars. The c200 mark ii being the same DGO sensor in a much better featured body if the price point is similar to that of it's predecessor would push down the price of the c70
 
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The c200 debuted with a price of 6000 dollars. The c200 mark ii being the same DGO sensor in a much better featured body if the price point is similar to that of it's predecessor would push down the price of the c70
$6K USD was the price of the C200B
The C200 was $7,499
 
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