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... shoots� –� between� sports� leagues,� broadcasters� and� cable� operators,� and� mobile � production� facilities� –� would� be� invaluable� in� assessing� the� capabilities� of� contemporary� large� format� 4K� cine� lenses� and� guiding� future� developments.� � � An� industry� dialog� is� clearly� needed� to� help � shape� 4K� lens� developments� for� future� television ...
CMS-XML The Flash does not Fire during Wireless Flash Shooting
When the receiver unit(s) is ready to fire (fully charged), the AF- assist beam will blink at 1-sec. intervals.
CMS-XML Adjusting the Focus
... camcorder offers focus assistance functions to help you adjust the ... ... remotely using the Wi-Fi Remote application. 1 If the attached lens is equipped with an automatic focus function, set the lens to manual focus mode in advance . ... On some EF lenses the focus ring will be disabled when the focus mode switch is set to AF. Be sure to set the focus mode switch to MF in advance ... Remote Operation Using Wi-Fi Remote ... you can adjust the focus remotely from a Wi-Fi -enabled device using the Wi-Fi Remote application.
CMS-XML Highlights of the EOS C300/C300 PL
The following are just some of the many features that will help turn your creative vision into reality. ... Advanced Professional Features ... Remote operation via Wi-Fi You can attach the optional WFT-E6 Wireless File Transmitter to the camcorder and operate it remotely via Wi-Fi using the Wi-Fi Remote application. The Wi-Fi Remote application lets you monitor the image through live view and remotely control the focus, shutter speed, ISO speed/gain and other settings.
CMS-XML What USB Network adapters have been verified to work with the camcorder? (EOS C70)
Depending on the country/region of use, some restrictions on outdoor use or Camera Access Point connections may apply when using the IEEE 802.11b/g/a/n/ac wireless standard. Check in advance the Wi-Fi adapter used (commercially available) and its applicable areas of use and restrictions.
The EOS C700 and its companion mobile camera EOS C300 Mark II have a 15 -stop specification for their dynamic range. This supports capture of image detail at brightness levels more than 6 -stops above the 18% reference gray and more than 8 -stops below that same reference. The cameras can select between a numb er of OETF logarithmic transfer characteristics depending upon the nature of a given scene illumination and the nature of the production.
CMS-XML Remote ISO Speed or Gain Value Operation Using Wi-Fi Remote
CMS-XML Verification of Correct Wi-Fi Remote Operation by OS and Browser (EOS C500/C500PL)
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 Eye controlled focus and focus techniques
contrast detection Phase-difference detection EOS 5D Mark II No TTL secondary image-registration, phase detection 9 plus 6 Assist AF points contrast detection Phase-difference detection EOS 5D No TTL-CT-SIR with a CMOS sensor (TTL secondary image-registration, phase detection) 9 plus 6 Assist AF points - - EOS 6D No TTL secondary image-registration, phase detection 11 AF points (Center: Cross-type AF at f/5.6
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