RedShark interviews Canon about the C200 at IBC 2017 [Video]

Written by RedShark News Staff

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With the recent release of the , RedShark decided to catch up with the company to find out where it sits in its range, and what it is capable of.

The from Canon was released in the summer, and fills a useful gap between the 1080p C100, and the higher end C300 and C700 cameras. Capable of recording to Cinema Raw Light, the C200 could be a solo filmmakers dream camera. At IBC 2017, Canon filled us in on the details.

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