The CANON EOS C70: A Fantastic Cinema Camera

The CANON EOS C70: A Fantastic Cinema Camera

Review of the Canon C70 for build & ergonomics, image quality, dynamic range, low light, and autofocus with comparisons to the Sony a7S III & FX6.

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Table of Contents:
0:00 – Intro & Disclosure
1:06 – Build & Ergonomics
2:36 – Touch Control & LCD Screen
3:42 – External Output
4:20 – Recording Modes & Codecs
5:43 – XLR Inputs & Top Handle
6:04 – 120p with Audio
6:32 – Dual Slot Functionality
6:52 – Slow & Fast Mode
7:31 – Autofocus at 120p
8:11 – 120p Quality
9:02 – Dynamic Range
9:58 – Noise & Low Light
10:18 – Exposure & White Balance
11:07 – Color
11:21 – Rolling Shutter
11:44 – DCI 4K
12:15 – EF-S Crop Lenses
12:39 – RF Mount & Speed Booster
13:17 – Battery Life & Power
14:08 – Cooling & Fan Control
15:16 – Audio
16:00 – Cinema Camera Features
16:37 – Stabilization
17:07 – Final Thoughts & Comparisons

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