Canon EOS C700 – Review

August 28, 2017 § Leave a comment

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“Picture quality will come as no surprise to anyone familiar with the C300 Mark II. The C700 has its cheaper sibling’s excellent colour rendition, extremely low rolling shutter, low noise – even up to ISO 12,800 and beyond – and the codecs are robust and artefact free. We measured the usable dynamic range at 12.5 stops – identical to the C300 Mark II – and rolling shutter very slightly higher at around 2.3×10-4° per pixel per second. In other words, for a vertical feature in the image to ‘lean over’ by just one degree, you need to be panning at about 4300 pixels per second. In most practical shooting situations, you rarely notice any rolling shutter at all.”

 

 

 

 

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