After confirmation EOS-R3, Canon brings professional video functions with a trio of existing cameras through a firmware upgrade. Both EOS-R6 i EOS-1D X Designation III they get the C-Log 3, which provides extended dynamic range and offers more color space options for high-quality video.
Updates also mean two cameras, along with a full-frame mirrorless one EOS-R5, will be able to record movies on two memory cards at the same time, giving you a backup of your recording. Although the EOS-1D X Mark III and EOS R5 can now support CFexpress VPG400 cards, which have a minimum write speed of 400 MB per second making them ideal for 8K recording or RAW recording.
The R5 update also makes it compatible with two Canon Cine servo zoom lenses, the CN-E18-80mm T4.4 L IS KAS S and CN-E70-200mm T4.4 L IS KAS S, as well as the EOS utility and Camera Connect software. You will also be able to record 5K cropped ProRes RAW when connected to an Atomos Ninja V monitor / recorder, in addition, 8K ProRes RAW and 8K AT 30 fps at Ninja V +.
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