Archive for '1D C'
Posted on 02. Dec, 2013 by planetmitch.
We’ve featured several things that Abraham Joffe has sent as they’re always awesome! Abraham sent us this report on using the Canon EOS 1D C for 4k and he shared a couple of demos. The Darren Jew piece is extremely beautiful I think. When Abraham told me about his post on processing 4k from the […]
Posted on 29. Oct, 2013 by planetmitch.
Canon has just announced updates to the Canon EOS 1D C and the Canon EOS-1D X via firmware changes – bringing updates to existing features as well as adding new ones. This is all good! Canon says the Canon EOS-1D X updates bring: more efficient automation that takes the task of changing settings away from […]
Posted on 21. Oct, 2013 by Keith Alvendia.
One of the oldest questions around the DSLR market has always been “how many shutter actuations does my camera have?” In fact, one of the most popular posts in the past was this planet5D article “Canon EOS 5D Mark II shutter count actuation utility” Well now, there’s a new player in the game! Just released […]
Posted on 19. Sep, 2013 by joshua orozco.
I was just like everyone else, waiting anxiously for Canon’s super Canon EOS 1D C DSLR announcement. And when that announcement came, the loyalists swooned and the doubters spoke up loudly. One year later, validation comes in the form of European Broadcast Standards Tier 1 approval for HD production. But what about the rest of […]
Posted on 10. Sep, 2013 by Keith Alvendia.
This is good news for Canon EOS C100 and Canon EOS C300 owners – always good to see Canon continuing to add features to the Cinema EOS line! I know many will be excited by the enhanced magnify for sure! Canon Professional Network – New feature Upgrades Coming for Cinema EOS Cameras Canon has announced […]
Posted on 02. May, 2013 by Keith Alvendia.
I posted this the other day on the planet5D HDSLRScoopNews page – but I really wanted everyone to have a chance to hear it… you know if you’ve been reading this blog, that I really admire Shane and what he’s willing to share with everyone – he doesn’t hold anything back. Listen to Shane tell […]
Posted on 23. Apr, 2013 by Keith Alvendia.
There are several ways to get 4k video from an airborne platform, but here’s the first flight of the Canon EOS 1D C on a small remote controlled drone that we’re aware of… 1DC DRONE TAKES FLIGHT WONDERBLOG ’1DC DRONE – FIRST FLIGHT’ Last week Anthony Jacobs (founder of Perspective Aerials) reached out to tell […]
Posted on 22. Apr, 2013 by Keith Alvendia.
Our good friend and Canon Explorer of Light Tyler Stableford has been giving the Canon EOS 1D C a good testing and has graciously shared his findings with us here at planet5D! Canon 1D-C: Tested to the Limit-Real World High ISO Noise Tests We set up with Tom working near the forge and had him […]
Posted on 08. Mar, 2013 by planetmitch.
In partnership with the new team at cinema5D, we present their latest side by side comparison of the Sony F55 & Canon EOS 1D C at 4k. There’s an obvious difference in sharpness (in fact, the team thought it might need some softening in post it was so sharp), but is that worth triple the […]
Posted on 29. Jan, 2013 by planetmitch.
WARNING – animals are maimed in this movie. Andrew Wonder sent us this documentary/Canon EOS 1D C test short and I eagerly started watching to see how the camera performed; I was quickly drawn into the story; and then quite frankly, I couldn’t watch any more. So watch with a wary eye – you may never […]
Posted on 26. Jan, 2013 by planetmitch.
Finally made time to upload some 1080 HD 60fps samples from the Canon EOS 1D C today – I put together this demo video as well so you can see them in action. If you have trouble (and are using FCPX – please see this “Canon EOS 1D C 4k video to FCPX ingest workflow […]
Posted on 20. Jan, 2013 by planetmitch.
We’ve had the Canon EOS 1D C and have been testing 4k video for about a week – now here’s your chance to get your hands on Canon EOS 1D C 4k video samples here on planet5D! Can your machine cope? If you have trouble (and are using FCPX – please see this “Canon EOS […]