So the Canon Cinema EOS C200 was announced yesterday (see our post here) and if you missed it, Canon also released this short (and behind-the-scenes) that was shot with 2 Canon Cinema EOS C200s
There's some good info in the behind-the-scenes – tho for most of us, it probably doesn't go into enough detail because everyone has so many questions about how well the Cinema RAW Light works. But y'all know this is mainly a marketing piece so we'll only get so much detail.
But I thought the short itself showed the range of the Canon Cinema EOS C200 – and the early morning shots all the way thru to the restaurant scenes were pleasing to the eye and I didn't see any glaring problems… did you?
Also including a few other Canon Cinema EOS C200 videos I like below.
From Dock to Dish
Director Andrew Fried and DP Bryant Fisher team up for the first film shot on the brand new EOS C200.
Fried — one of the filmmakers behind Chef's Table — brings you “From Dock to Dish,” which follows a mackerel’s journey from the ocean floor to the restaurant door, tracking the many people, places, and atmospheres that flavor a culinary masterpiece.
The film showcases the many features of the versatile new EOS C200, including the ability to record 4K internally using Canon’s proprietary Cinema RAW Light, optimized for HDR. The EOS C200 is also capable of recording up to 60p in 4K and 120p in HD and features Canon’s Dual Pixel CMOS AF. Learn More: usa.canon.com/c200
From Dock to Dish BTS
Go behind the scenes with director Andrew Fried (Chef's Table), DP Bryant Fisher (Hamilton's America), and the crew of “From Dock to Dish,” shot in 4K on Canon’s brand new EOS C200. Watch as the filmmakers discuss the making of the film from production through post, as well as speak to the many features of the versatile EOS C200, including the ability to record 4K internally using Canon’s proprietary Cinema RAW Light, optimized for HDR. Learn More: usa.canon.com/c200
(cover photo credit: snap from video)