Source: Noam Kroll Blog
This is been one hell of a week for camera announcements. Just a couple days ago, Canon announced their brand new C200, and today Panasonic finally unveiled their new budget-friendly cinema camera â the EVA1. Both cameras are clearly aimed at the same market (theyâre each priced around $8k and share similar features/ergonomics), and both offer a lot of bang for your buckâ¦ At the same time, there are some pretty distinct differences between the two that should be taken into account beforeÂ puling out your wallet to pick one up. I havenât had an opportunity to shoot with either camera yet (I wasnât involved in any sort of beta testing on these models), so my thoughts as outlined here are largely based on specs. As such, Iâll be sure to do some more comprehensive reviews on both cameras in the future once I get to test them in the real world. Letâs start with Canonâs C200 â After many years of seemingly ignoring their video customers demands for better features and more competitive price points,Â Canon finally seem to be taking a step in the right direction with this camera. In fact, if I were to buy a C-series camera today, I would pick up a C200 in a heartbeat over a C300 II, as it offers more value in some respects at a lower price point. Here are the specs â Super 35mm CMOS Sensor Dual Pixel CMOS AF Technology Dual DIGIC DV 6 Processors 4K DCI and UHD, 1920…Read more at: Panasonic EVA1 Vs. Canon C200 â Which Is Better For Filmmakers?
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