Canon C100 Review

**Disclaimer: This is a test drive of the quirks of the C100 autofocus in the context of steadicam, not a demo of steadicam operation. Don't judge me!!!**

Good bye, 1st AC's?

When we first saw the Dual Pixel AF upgrade to the C100 in action at WPPI this year, we knew we HAD to get it. It would make nailing focus in fast moving steadicam shots a breeze when shooting solo, right?

After filming with the Canon C100 Mark II for over a year, it is about time I got around to reviewing it.

In this video I breakdown who I think the C100 MK II is great for, who shouldn't get it, how it compares to shooting on a 5D Mark III (including side by side test footage), and whether it is worth the money nowadays even if it doesn't let you shoot in 4K.

0:00 » Introduction
0:58 » Pros
1:55 » Cons
2:29 » Initial Recommendations
3:24 » Features, Buttons, and What I Like
10:26 » Cons & What I Wish It H

Moritz Janisch from Fenchel & Janisch reviews the almost two year old Canon EOS C100 with the new Dual Pixel CMOS AF feature upgrade.

More about this camera review on our blog: http://goo.gl/REE4kj

The C100 is a camera that shouldn't be judged by the technical specifications (actually no camera should be). No uncompressed 1080p, no 4K might sound like a camera that is outdated but it certainly is not. The ergonomics (form factor), the image, audio inputs and control are only a few things that

Sorry but I got there eventually! My totally independent review of the very interesting Canon C100 which I should have reviewed at the end of last year but never had the time or opportunity to do it. Finally though I managed to get hold of one to review! MORE ON MY BLOG POST HERE! http://wp.me/p3ggTR-7J9 I hope to get the new Blackmagic cameras to review next. Fingers crossed! I do have them on order but would rather get a review done before then but currently no word on that. I may have to wait un

Download 11 Raw C100 files for further analysis:

http://www.neumannfilms.net/canon-c100-review/

The Canon C100 on B and H:

http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/889545-EG/Canon_EOS_C100_EF_Cinema.html

Filmed by Luke and Marika Neumann

Cameras: Canon C100, Canon 5D Mark III, and RED Scarlet

Lenses: Nikkor Ai-s 20mm f 2.8, Nikkor Ai-s 50mm f 1.2, Canon 70-200 f 2.8 L II, Canon CN-E 85mm T 1.3 and

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I rented the C100 for two shoots and this is my hands on overview/review. I wanted to go over some of the features and the camera. For more on my thoughts and working with Canon log footage please visit my blog at http://eriknaso.com/gear-reviews/canon-c100-hands-on-review/ Here is the spots I shot with the Canon C100 https://vimeo.com/56133010

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