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Canon EOS C500 Cinema Camcorder Body w/ Odyssey 7Q - PL Mount - 6346B011
Canon EOS C500 Cinema Camcorder Body w/ Odyssey 7Q - PL Mount - 6346B011

Canon EOS C500 Cinema Camcorder Body w/ Odyssey 7Q - PL Mount - 6346B011


Part Number: 6346B011
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INCLUDES: EOS C500 Body (PL Mount), Odyssey 7Q Recorder, Monitor Unit, Handle Unit, Battery Pack BP-955, Battery Charger CG-940, Compact Power Adapter CA-940, Eye Cup, Viewfinder Cap, Body Cap, Adapter Base of Tripods, WFT Attachment, Measuring Hook, DC Cable DC-940, Shoulder Strap SS-1200, XF Utilities Disk.

Odyssey 7Q Includes: Canon RAW command and firmware installed, (2) 256 GB Convergent Design SSDs, SSD Reader, Canon 900 series battery adapter.

The EOS C500 capitalizes on the groundbreaking ergonomic design of the EOS C300 camera, and offers a new Super 35mm, 8.85-megapixel CMOS image sensor, DIGIC DV III Image Processor and an expansive range of recording and output options specifically for 4K and 2K image acquisition. Addressing the discrete needs of cinema and TV, the EOS C500 offers two forms of 4K origination - productions can dynamically select DCI (SMPTE 2048-1:2011 standard) or the alternative television-centric Quad-HD (SMPTE 2036-1:2009 and ITU-R BT.1769 standards) source image formats - and output a selection of 4K, 2K and HD digital sampling formats.

The EOS C500 features uncompressed Canon RAW output for both 4K and 2K recording. The Canon RAW output is delivered to external recording systems via built-in dual 3G-SDI ports. Dual uncompressed HD-SDI out ports supports external live monitoring. HD or 2K content can be written to dual onboard CF cards simultaneously to provide proxy video for offline NLE systems.

Canon has collaborated with some of the most respected names in the industry to ensure the standardized 4K/2K output interfaces work with external digital recording units, portable and master monitors and color grading systems - affording maximum flexibility to production and post-production teams.