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... and B to aid the precision of ... ... IP streaming via Wi -Fi ® or LAN ... ... connect to a wireless net work via ... Figure 27 Showing a mobile EOS C700 confi guration featurin g the Compac t Cine Servo CN -E18 – 800 mm lens ... Canon clearly heard the widespread concern about the challenge of ensuring sharp focus – especially when shooting 4K / UH D – and responded by endowing the EOS C700 with impressive tools to assist in alleviating this challenge .
CMS-XML Displaying Onscreen Markers, Zebra Patterns and False Color with EOS C700 models
Using onscreen markers allows you to make sure your subject is correctly framed and is within the appropriate safe area. The zebra patterns help you identify areas that are overexposed. The false color display allows you to check if the exposure is correct.
CMS-XML Adjusting the Focus on EOS C700 models
Adjusting the Focus Manual focus: Turn the focus ring on the lens to adjust the focus. The camera offers several focus assistance functions to help you focus more accurately when using the manual focus.
CMS-XML Using the Waveform Monitor on an EOS C700 model
Displaying the Waveform Monitor [ Assist . Functions]
The EOS C700 offer s broader 4K imaging options than the EOS C300 Mark II , significantly extended recording options, expanded system interfaces, and multiple operational features sought in an A -Camera. The EOS C300 Mark II flanks the EOS C700 as a mobile and versatile companion B -Camer a. These two cameras share the same Super 35mm 4.5K CMOS image sensor developed by Canon to achieve a 15 -Stop dynamic range.
CMS-XML Manual Focus on the EOS C700 models
Manual Focus Using the Focus Assistance Functions
CMS-XML Using Metadata on the EOS C700 models
Entering Information About the Recording You can enter scene and take information to help identify the recording later on.
The discussions in the White Paper (Deep Dive Part 1 ) centered about the all -important linear representation of the camera video. Now that video must be further “prepped” in a manner that can help ensure that the extensive dynamic range created by the imaging system will be fully protected while being recorded – and also as it is transported over industry standardized interfaces. This is the primary role of the camera’s Optoelectronic Transfer Function (OETF).
In seeking the very highest performance for 2K / HD , the three full bandwidth RGB 4:4:4 componen ts are recorded at 12 -bit or 10 -bit at the v ery high data rates shown in Ta ble 4 . Variable Bit Rate ( VB R) is deployed in this mode because it more f lexibly and accurately encode s the video data , with fewer bits ass igned to less demanding segments of an image frame and more bits used in difficult -to-encode segments. The file wrapper is MXF.