Win a Canon EOS C200! (Sorry - UK residents only).

Written by RedShark News Staff

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UK RedShark Readers - Win a Canon C200!

We’ve teamed up with Canon UK to provide a fantastic prize for UK readers to win: a Canon
EOS C200 (RRP £5,999)*. You must be a UK resident to enter and the prize is a Canon EOS C200 camera (body only).


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For those familiar with the EOS C200 we’ve included some links to our coverage below. But it’s worth going over the top line specifications just because this really is an incredible prize.


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It boasts an 8.85mp S35 sensor that records 4096 x 2160 4K footage.It comes fitted with an EF lens mount and LCD touch screen display/ viewfinder. The internal Cinema RAW recording is the killer feature for us along with its run and gu- friendly ergonomics and those Canon skin tones.

Brett Danton reviewed the C200 for us in June last year. After taking it on a shoot Brett concluded “this camera is the perfect entry level RAW 4K cinema camera”. Brett later went on to buy one (Ed: you should’ve waited for this competition Brett) and uses it on high end commercial shoots today.

If you do win don’t forget to watch RedShark videographer Simon Chmiewliski’s “Quick Tips for using a Canon EOS C200” video: Link here

 All you have to do is click this link to enter the competition

*You must be a UK resident to enter and the prize is a Canon EOS C200 camera (body only). Full terms and conditions available on Canon’s landing page.

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