Canon C300 Mark III Review // My New Favourite Camera

Canon C300 Mark III Review // My New Favourite Camera

Review of the Canon C300 Mark III with comparisons to the C500 Mark II for image quality, low light performance, dynamic range, and workflow considerations.
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Table of Contents:
0:00 – Intro
0:20 – Build & Ergonomics
0:37 – Digital Image Stabilization
1:04 – Angle of View & Lens Considerations
1:48 – Depth of Field
2:20 – Dual Gain Output
2:54 – Noise Comparisons
3:27 – Dynamic Range
3:53 – Resolution & Detail
4:36 – Raw Improvements
5:25 – 4K120 & High Frame Rate Limitations
6:14 – Autofocus
7:02 – LCD Monitor
7:11 – Exposure Tools
7:34 – Canon Log, Color Quality, & LUTs
8:31 – Exposure & ISO/Gain
9:56 – Red, Green, & Blue Channels
10:23 – Native ISO & ISO Range
10:49 – Neutral Density
11:11 – Built-in Lens Corrections
12:05 – 12-bit Raw vs 10-bit
12:56 – Menu Quirks & HDMI Output
13:58 – Power Loss File Recovery Test
14:15 – Battery Life
14:41 – Rolling Shutter
15:27 – Audio
17:41 – Final Thoughts & Value Considerations

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