"The C200 sits in a weird spot between the tried and true C100, and the workhorse known as the C300 MKII. Sporting a 4K sensor and internal RAW capabilities along with Canon’s infamous beautiful color science, this camera is sure to get you beautiful imagery in a variety of situations– whether it’s run-and-gun documentary-style shooting, indie narratives, or corporate interviews. However, note that Canon’s RAW Light is restricted to 4K, which can eat up CFast cards rather quickly, and in a world where 10-bit 4:2:2 is seemingly standard, the internal 8-bit 4:2:0 MP4 may leave you wanting more."
- Eric Silver, Lead Tech
$300.00 Day/Weekend Rate
$900.00 Week Rate
$2,700.00 Month Rate
Super 35mm CMOS
RGB primary color filter (Beyer array)
Approx. 9.84 megapixels (4206 x 2340)
Approx. 8.85 megapixels (4096 x 2160): When 4096 x 2160 or 2048 x 1080 is selected as the resolution
Approx. 8.29 Megapixels (3840 X 2160): When 3840 X 2160 Or 1920 X 1080 Is Selected as the resolution
13 Stops (Canon Log3)
Dual DIGIC DV6
At 4096 x 2160 or 2048 x 1080 resolution: Actual focal length x approx. 1.460
At 3840 X 2160 Or 1920 X 1080 Resolution: Actual Focal Length X Approx. 1.534
Yes, with compatible lenses.
Clear, 2, 4 ,6, 8, 10-stop
Manual via lens, manual via RC-V100 Auto Focus (Dual Pixel AF Approximately 80%(vertical.),80%(horizonal))
Manual Via camera body or RC-V100, fine, 1/2 or 1/3 step increments, Auto (with compatible lenses), Push Auto Iris
Depends on lens used.
RAW (Cinema RAW Light)
Cinema RAW Light, MP4
128GB card 15 Mins @ 4K Cinema RAW Light 1Gbps VBR
128GB card 110 mins @ MP4, 150Mbps, 485Mins @ MP4, 35Mbps
Cinema RAW Light, (CFast 2.0) MP4 XF-AVC (SD card. XF-AVC1)
(1) 59.94 Hz mode (59.94P/29.97P/23.98P)
(2) 50.00 Hz Mode (50.00P/25.00P)
(3) 24.00 Hz Mode (24.00P)
Yes, 3 seconds
Yes, SD Card recording only
Yes, SD Card recording only
2048x1080 (when video image resolution is 4096x2160/2048x1080)
3840x2160 (When Video Image Resolution Is 3840x2160)
1920x1080 (When Video Image Resolution Is 1920x1080)
Yes, SMPTE / EBU / ARIB
Zebra 1 Level 5 ±5% to 95 ±5% in 5 percentage point intervals (70 ±5%)
Zebra 2 Level: 0% To 100% In 5 Percentage Point Intervals (100%)
Centre, Horizontal, Grid Aspect Ratio (4:3 / 13:9 / 14:9 / 16:9 / 1.375:1 / 1.66:1 / 1.75:1/1.85:1 / 1.90:1 / 2.35:1 / 2.39:1 / Custom), Safe Area (80% / 90% / 92.5% / 95%)
Yes, 1.77M dots
4 inch/10.1cm diagonal LCD Monitor. Touch panel. Approx., 1.23M dots
XLR x2, 3.5mm Audio, AES/EBU digital or Analog Audio input, Line, Mic, +48V Phantom Power supported
HDMI 2.0 output only. Max. output resolution 3840 x 2160.Timecode out compatible
Mini-B Hi-Speed USB
Video [HD]:SMPTE 292. [3G]:SMPTE 424, SMPTE 425
Audio [HD]:SMPTE ST 299-1. [3G]:SMPTE ST 299-2, Output Impedance 75 Ω, Output Signal Level 0.8 Vp-P
14.4V DC (Battery), 16.7V DC (DC-In)
50.00P: Cinema RAW Light/MP4; 18.5W (Approx.)
BP-A30 (3100mAh) 130 Min (Approx.) BP-A60 (6200mAh) 280 Mins (Approx.)
Cinema Raw Light/4096 X 2160 Or MP4/3840 X 2160 Recording
2.5mm proprietary connector
Built-in Wi-Fi. FTP and Browser Remote/Preview
FTP CAPABLE, MP4 files only
Canon proprietary connection
(a) Standard (center-weighted metering)
(c) Backlight (Compensation)
AE shift function. The target value (±8 steps from center) for the brightness can be set. Indicated as exposure values (EV). (±2.0, ±1.75, ±1.5, ±1.25, ±1.0, 0.75, ±0.5, ±0.25, and ±0) are displayed on the screen as AE
Dual Pixel CMOS AF supported
Manual Focus, One-Shot AF, Continuous AF, AF-Boosted MF, Face Detection AF (Only Lenses That Support AF Functions Can Be Used in Any of These Modes), Focus Guide
Large; size equivalent to approx. 20% (vertical) x 25% (horizontal) of the image display range;
Small; Size Equivalent to Approx. 20% (Vertical) X 8% (Horizontal) of the Image Display Range
One-Shot AF, Continuous AF and AF-Boosted MF are the available modes. All of these modes take effect when the AF/MF switch of the EF lens is at the AF setting.
One-Shot AF: AF Is Performed Only While the One-Shot Button to Which It Has Been Assigned Is Held Down. No Further Lens Movement Is Permitted After Focusing.
Continuous AF: AF Control Is Performed at All Times.
Face Priority: AF is set to face frame when a face is detected, to tracking frame when tracking, and AF frame when there is no face or tracking.
Face Only: Switches to Face Frame When A Face Is Detected, To Tracking Frame When Tracking, And MF When There Is No Face or Tracking. In Both Face Priority and Face Only, The Face to Detect Can Be Selected with the Joystick.
Available; displays focus status or unfocused status using the AF signal.
1/3 stop display: 1/1, 1/1.26, 1/1.59, ---, 1/1600, 1/2000 (total of 34 settings)
1/4 Stop Display: 1/1, 1/1.19, 1/1.41, 1.68 ---, 1/1700, 1/2000 (Total Of 45 Settings).
The Slowest Speed Will Differ Depending on The Frame Rate Setting.
360.00, 240.00, 180.00, 120.00, 90.00, 60.00, 45.00, 30.00, 22.50, 15.00, 11.25
Also, Angle Values Equivalent To 1/120, 1/60, 1/40, 1/30, 1/100, 1/50, 3/100, And 1/25 Are Selectable Within the Minimum Angle Range From 360°.
PRESET: Canon Log 3/Canon Log /BT.709/Off
GAMMA: Canon Log 3/Canon Log/Wide DR/Normal 1 (Standard)/Normal 2 (X4.0)/Normal 3 (BT.709)/Normal 4 (X5.0)
Color Matrix: Neutral/Production Camera/Cinema Eos/Original /Video/ Off
Internal, SD Card
0 ± 50
0 ± 50
0 ± 50
0 ± 50
0 ± 50
0 ± 50
+ 50 - 95 - +109
-35 - 0 - +50
0 - ±10
-10 - 0 - +50
Off / 1 - 12
0 - +50
(0 - ±50)
Regen, RecRun, FreeRun, TC Hold. Drop Frame /NonDrop Frame (DF/NDF) in 59.94P/29.97P mode only
Cinema RAW Recording: Linear PCM: 16-bit / 48 kHz / 4 channels
MP4: MPEG-4 AAC-LC (16-Bit / 48 Khz / 2 Channels), Linear PCM (16-Bit / 48 Khz / 4 Channels)
Approx.32 to 104°F, 85% (relative humidity)
Approx. 23 to 113°F, 60% (relative humidity)
5.7”x6”x7” (Body Only)
3.2 lbs (Body Only)
The Camera Ambassador Price Match Guarantee ensure you're getting the best price, every time. If you find a lower price to an item we have available for rental, just shoot us an email with a screen shot and we'll apply the discounted rate to your next order! You shouldn't have to choose budget over quality service & equipment!
Did you know Camera Ambassador has grip trucks too?