I would only like to add 3 specs I would really like which aren't too complicated:Great 4K 24/30
$2,599 or less
If all those boxes are checked then I’m in.
Bonus* less than 3lbs would be nice
Already been stated the sensor is the C-300-2 sensor. Super 35. Cinema cams still primarily live in that world from Canon to Arri. And I’d way prefer that DGISO C300-2 sensor which this is on the $6200 model. 4K120. C-Log 1, 2, 3. Built in ND. Proper Mic Preamps... much much much more than a R6 with a fan. Im All in.This is sounds to me a lot like an R6 + cooling, minus weatherproofing. Still questioning s35... I think it will be full frame. Not sure ND would fit in a chubby DSLR sized body, but maybe canon has electronic nd in the works.
Would explain the r-series overheating.. canon has resisted hybrids, and a camera that is video-centric alongside a camera that is stills-centric is more their brand.
I have been told that at least one of the new RF mount Cinema EOS cameras are out in the wild around the globe.
I try not to be a nitpicker or a prescriptivist, but this grates. The subject is “one,” so the verb must be singular: “...one of the new...is out in the wild... Common error, mistaking cameras for the subject, when it is the object of the prepositional clause of the new RF mount Cinema EOS cameras. No big thing, not the end of the world. To get these things right, omit the clause and see if you would say one are out in the wild or one is out in the wild. And BTW, RF-mount is a compound adjective in this usage, and demands a hyphen. As you were!
I'm not sure where it's been "stated the sensor is the c-300-2" other than a previous rumors which may or may not be this camera. As for the Lower priced $3299 model being the C200 sensor...well that would be a deal...as the C200 and C300II share the same sensor. It will be interesting to see where Canon goes with any of these cameras. Super35 is dictated not by the mount but by the available lenses. Canon makes a range of professional s35 zooms in EF mount which explains s35 on the majority of cineEOS cameras, but I don't see an RF camera appealing to that same customer (why adapt a $30k zoom to RF, when EF mount C200, C300II, III already exist. To me, the purpose of an RF mount video camera is to use RF glass, which is full frame, and consists of only one lens that is wide enough to go "wide" on S35. I may be totally wrong on this...but I think we'll see something entry level..4k, .using the R6 sensor , with 13 stops DR, and limited codecs...essentially a FF c100.Already been stated the sensor is the C-300-2 sensor. Super 35. Cinema cams still primarily live in that world from Canon to Arri. And I’d way prefer that DGISO C300-2 sensor which this is on the $6200 model. 4K120. C-Log 1, 2, 3. Built in ND. Proper Mic Preamps... much much much more than a R6 with a fan. Im All in.
The lower model for $3299 is the C200 sensor.
Nobody will compare the A7sIII to any super 35 camera unless they dont know much about film making or Sony fansIf it gets more the shape of the DSLR, than a recent cine line, then I hope it gets IBIS and all the goodies, as it will get compared to the A7SIII. We will see ....