Canon Cinema EOS C200 Mark II to be Released in 2023

According to latest Canon rumors, there will be several new Cinema EOS camera coming in 2023. One of them would be the already confirmed Canon Cinema EOS C200 Mark II.

Canon Cinema EOS C200 Mark II is expected to position between EF and RF mounts. The EF mount comes off to reveal the RF mount. Below you can see the rumored specs of Canon Cinema EOS C200 Mark II:

  • Same image sensor as the Cinema EOS C300 Mark III
  • Same connection ports as the Cinema EOS C300 Mark III
  • Timecode
  • SDI Terminals
  • Easily interchangable EF and RF mount
  • Same frame rates and resolution as the Cinema EOS C300 Mark III

via: CR

Canon Cameras: The Good and the Bad by DpreviewTV

Here is an entertaining video about the good and the bad of Canon cameras. DPReviewTV recently published this video and discusses what Chris and Jordan deem to be the good and the bad of Canon cameras.

They say:

The recent Canon RF mount camera releases have done a lot to re-inspire confidence in the brand, there’s still plenty that could be improved. Chris (the optimist) and Jordan (the human bummer) offer their thoughts on what Canon is getting right, and where they’re still missing the mark.

Both the Canon EOS R5 and the EOS R6 are super hot selling mirrorless cameras on the market. Canon EOS R5 in stock.

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New firmware update for the Canon EOS C300 Mark III and Canon EOS C500 Mark II

Canon has announced the new firmware updates for the EOS C500 Mark II and Canon EOS C300 Mark III (replacement for the current Mark II version) cameras. The firmware updates are expected to be available for download on May 2022.

Canon’s EOS C500 Mark II and C300 Mark III are a formidable combination of 4K Digital Cinema Cameras, and they’re getting even better thanks to a new firmware update. Here are the details. Continue reading “New firmware update for the Canon EOS C300 Mark III and Canon EOS C500 Mark II”

Canon Announces New Flagship Field Zoom Lens for 4K Broadcast Cameras with a World-Leading 122x Zoom and Now Featuring Autofocus

MELVILLE, NY, April 12, 2022 – Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, announced today the launch of the UHD-DIGISUPER 122 AF, a new field zoom lens with autofocus for 2/3-inch sensor 4K broadcast cameras, featuring the world’s widest angle*, longest focal length* and largest zoom*. Along with the new lens, Canon will also release two new focus demand accessories – The Canon FDJ-S31 and FDJ-S41.

The UHD-DIGISUPER 122 AF is Canon’s new flagship field zoom lens for 4K broadcast cameras, and the company’s first 4K broadcast lens to include built-in AF. With the addition of AF with superb high-speed and high-accuracy subject tracking, this new lens enables the capture of immersive, high-resolution video, thus meeting a wide range of needs at on-location 4K workspaces that demand extremely precise AF, such as sporting events, concerts and other indoor and outdoor events.

The DIGISUPER 100 AF (released in June 2006), Canon’s AF-enabled lens for HD broadcast cameras, garnered high praise from the broadcast market thanks to its high-performance phase-detect AF. The new UHD-DIGISUPER 122 AF carries this legacy into the next generation with support for 4K video. The lens produces natural and smooth AF that can rapidly focus on subjects — even when initially far out of focus — as well as track fast-moving subjects while maintaining focus with high precision.

Canon’s new UHD-DIGISUPER 122 AF features a zoom range of 8.2 mm at the wide end and 1,000 mm at the telephoto end — a 122x zoom ratio, the world’s most powerful zoom range for AF-equipped field zoom lenses for 2/3-inch sensor 4K broadcast cameras. In addition, the lens employs a built-in 2x extender that allows users to increase the zoom range two-fold, featuring a 16.4 mm focal length at the wide-angle end and a 2,000 mm focal length at the telephoto end.

Alongside the new lens, Canon will also release two new focus demand models for AF-equipped lenses used with HD or 4K broadcast cameras. The Canon FDJ-S31 and FDJ-S41 focus demand accessories enable focus control and provide a variety of powerful support capabilities, including the ability to switch between three sizes of AF frames, move the AF frame within the screen, AF mode switching, and three different focus curve modes.


The Canon UHD-DIGISUPER 122 AF lens and Canon FDJ-S31 and FDJ-S41 focus demand accessories are all scheduled to be available in early July 2022.**

Canon will showcase its latest digital imaging solutions and products, including the new field zoom lens and focus demand accessories, at the NAB Show 2022 (Booth #C4432) in Las Vegas, April 24th-27th. For more information about the new lens, focus demand accessories, and Canon’s presence at the show please visit

Canon CN-E 20-50mm T2.4 LF and CN-E 45-135mm T2.4 L F/FP Lenses Announced

Canon announced the new Flex Zoom Cinema lens series: Canon CN-E 20-50mm T2.4 LF and CN-E 45-135mm T2.4 L F/FP lenses. Preorders start at $21,999.  These two new Canon Cinema Zoom Lenses replaces the current CN 15.5-47mm T2.8 and CN 30-105mm T2.8.

Take a look at the list of Canon cameras that are expected to be announced in 2022. Read Complete List of Canon RF Lenses and see also Canon RF mount Lens Roadmap 2022.

Canon press release: Continue reading “Canon CN-E 20-50mm T2.4 LF and CN-E 45-135mm T2.4 L F/FP Lenses Announced”

Canon EOS C70 Firmware Version Released

Canon released a new firmware update version for Canon EOS C70 cinema camera.

The EOS C70 is a new generation RF Mount Cinema EOS System camera featuring Canon’s 4K Super 35mm DGO sensor. With 4K 120P Slow Motion, High Dynamic Range and Dual Pixel CMOS AF in a compact body, it takes the RF System into a brand-new era.

Canon EOS C70 Cinema Camera: $5,499 at AmazonB&HAdorama

Download link: Continue reading “Canon EOS C70 Firmware Version Released”

Confirmed: Canon Australia Recalled Some EOS R5C Cameras Due to Autofocus Issues

It is now confirmed that Canon Australia recalled a small number of EOS R5C cameras because of autofocus issues. It seems that the rumors we reported just the other day were true and some EOS R5 C (Amazon/B&HPhoto/Adorama) cameras were recalled due to autofocus issues.

You can find details on the subject in the Canon Australia announcement text. Continue reading “Confirmed: Canon Australia Recalled Some EOS R5C Cameras Due to Autofocus Issues”

Canon EOS R5C Sales Halted in Australia ?

There are some interesting reports that Canon EOS R5 C (Amazon/B&HPhoto/Adorama) sales were halted in Australia because of some issue with the camera. The rumor states, Canon Australia was ordered by Canon Inc to halt Canon EOS R5 C sales. Apparently, a mail by Canon Australia is making the rounds. The Canon rumor cites “some issues” with the EOS R5 C without specifying them.

In an email sent to us (thank you), we received an email that Canon Australia has sent out stating that Canon Inc has asked them to halt sales of the Canon EOS R5C.

The email alludes that this is happening because of some issue with the camera. They mention in the email “I’d like to reassure you that there are no health and safety issues with the camera however, we want to ensure that the product is of the highest standard from a quality perspective.”

Via CanonRumors

AtomOS 10.73 Update Unlocks 6K & 3K ProRes RAW to Canon EOS R5 C

Atomos has released AtomOS 10.73 update and this enables Apple ProRes RAW support on the NINJA V and NINJA V+ for the new Canon EOS R5 C (Amazon/B&HPhoto/Adorama) .

With this new firmware users will be able to record Apple ProRes RAW at up to 8K at 30fps with the NINJA V+.

In addition to 8K at 30fps, the NINJA V+ provides support, which for 6K at 50fps and 60fps. The NINJA V/V+ offers support for 6K up to 30fps and 3K up to 60fps.

Existing NINJA V and NINJA V+ users can download AtomOS 10.73 here.

Full release notes can be found here.

Rumored Canon Cinema EOS C50 & C5 Specs

Here are new Canon rumors about Canon’s upcoming Cinema EOS RF mount cameras.

According to CR, due to the pandemic, the previous rumored Canon Cinema EOS C50 could be have a new name as Cinema EOS C5. On the other hand Canon may release both Cinema EOS C50 and C5 cameras in 2022. Below are latest rumored specs of Canon Cinema EOS C50 and Cinema EOS C5: Continue reading “Rumored Canon Cinema EOS C50 & C5 Specs”