The following is from Vincent Lafort's blog, and as he is probably the most well informed when it comes to motion capture these days I feel it is well worth the read.
Canon just announced the EOS C100 today – the little brother to the C300 if you will – and it is scheduled to be available in November.
I think this camera will likely put a noticeable dent in the use of mid- to upper- range HDSLRs for video production such as the Canon 5D MKIII and Canon EOS 1DX given that the C100 meets a lot of the ergonomic needs of filmmakers that HDSLRS lack (EVF, LCD, Built in ND) and a superb sensor behind it that generates an extremely sharp, wide dynamic range, and low noise image at high ISOs, off of a super-35 size 16:9 sensor.
We now have 3 Canon "C" bodies to choose from and here’s a basic recap of where each camera stands:
At the top of the food chain is the Canon C500 - 12 bit, 4K, 4:4:4 MXF Codec or Full RAW up to 60p (via external recorder) EF and PL versions, HDMI and HDSDI (x2) out, Canon Log Gamma, Records to dual CF Cards or external recorder – $30,000 (Now scheduled for an October release.)
In the Middle the Canon C300 – 2K 50 Mbps MXF 4:2:2: Codec format up to 30p (from the same sensor above) EF and PL Versions, HDMI and HDSDI out, Canon Log Gamma, Records to dual CF Cards – $15,999
And now the Canon EOS C100 – 1080p 24Mbps up to 30p AVCHD MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 codec, 4:2:0, 15% smaller than the C300, EF mount version only, locking HDMI out, Canon Log Gamma, Records to dual SD Cards – can also output uncompressed digital HD to an external recorder… $7,999 (Note: some sites are already listing the price at under $6,700.)
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