New R5 C Cameras for Farsight

Recently, we upgraded our cameras to the new Canon R5 C Cinema EOS models. This will enable us to greatly improve the quality of our output and give us greater flexibility when working on different film and video projects.

Here are the specs:

The R5 C is Canon’s smallest most versatile Cinema EOS Camera, combining 8k video capturing with 45 megapixel still image capture at 20fps. Featuring Dual Pixel CMOS Autofocus and extensive professional recording formats, the EOS R5 C is a compact and powerful camera, providing high-level performance with advanced connectivity, revolutionary RF mount technology and lens flexibility.

The EOS R5 C features a high-resolution OLED viewfinder, bright articulating 3.2-inch LCD monitor, and 13 user assignable buttons. A new active cooling system enables long duration recording, while its magnesium alloy body ensures professional durability.

The EOS R5 C can capture stunning 8K DCI RAW video at 30P (up to 60P with external power supply) internally to a CFexpress card, using the whole width of its full-frame sensor for a truly cinematic look. Focus tracking is also available, for footage that looks slick and professional. 8K RAW provides the highest level of image quality and flexibility: capture four times as much resolution as 4K and change parameters such as white balance after footage has been shot, using Canon Cinema RAW Development software or your favourite non-linear editing application.

Alongside its 8K capabilities, the EOS R5 C captures 4K DCI (full frame) and 4K UHD at frame rates up to 120fps with audio and auto focus, with 4:2:2/10-bit quality, enabling smooth slow-motion with stunning high resolution. The EOS R5 C also oversamples the full-frame sensor for exceptional 4K and Full HD clarity with increased sharpness and colour fidelity, and low noise.

The EOS R5 C features internal cooling thanks to a brand-new design which allows heat build-up to be dissipated and expelled via a built-in fan and exhaust at the rear. This enables long duration 8K recording in Canon’s smallest and nimblest Cinema EOS camera.

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