The C300 Mark II takes the simplicity of its predecessor and combines it with new, powerful features to create a versatile cinematic tool. The Mark II’s features include powerful image processors, a new XF-AVC codec, Canon Log 2 recording, and an impressive 15 stops of dynamic range. Able to achieve 4K, 2K, and HD resolutions internally and externally outputting RAW files up to 4K, this small bodied camera is capable of handling large production needs. The C300 Mark II was designed with improved Dual Pixel CMOS Autofocus, and utilizes dual CFast card slots.
Recording formats: 4K, UHD, 2K, HD XF-AVC
Frame rates: Up to 120 FPS at 2K/HD
Native EI: 800
Sensor: Super 35mm Canon CMOS
Output: HD-SDI, SD-SDI, HDMI, Sync out/ Genlock, Timecode
Weight: Approx. 4lbs
Mount Options: PL or EF
Media: CFast 2.0 Cards, SD Card
Input: Timecode, Genlock (BNC), XLR (Audio)
Interfaces: SD Card, (for proxy recording, loading Looks, saving frame grabs, ect)
TIPS FROM THE TECH
This camera is a great option for productions with a need for 4K resolutions. It’s one of the easiest systems to navigate, fast and straight- forward to set up. It’s capable of high speeds up to 120 FPS, making it pretty widely versatile for the various needs of productions. If you are shooting 4K with the C300 MkII, keep in mind it maxes out at 30FPS. When rented from Birns the Mark II comes ready to shoot in the Redrock ultraCage, making its somewhat awkward body much more usable.