Canon's Cinema RAW light offers the least expensive way to record raw video. You have a choice of Cine 4K, Ultra HD & full HD. The 13 stops of attitude, ISO range of 160 to 25,600 and the, much-praised, Dual Pixel autofocus system make the C200 a formidable creative tool.
This camera features a Super 35mm sized image sensor with a global shutter and a Canon EF lens mount. The camera is capable of recording Ultra HD 4K in Apple ProRes 422 (HQ), as well as the visually lossless, compressed CinemaDNG RAW . The camera offers 12 stops of dynamic range!
This tiny little micro 4/3 camera is perfect as a high quality hidden camera. It leaves the recording to an external recorder to save on space and weight, while not compromising on image quality. Powered by a Canon LP E-6 battery or external power, this card records 4K UHD over HDMI or DIN connector to a Shogun, Odyssey 7Q or similar external recorder. Its Micro 4/3 mount allows use of tiny lenses, but is adaptable to almost any lens imaginable.
This tiny micro 4/3 raw camera is popular for those looking for a hidden camera with cinema class image quality. This camera shoots to an SD card and runs on a Canon LP-E6 (5D/7D) battery. It is also capable of shooting ProRes, or the image can be recorded externally over HDMI. The expansion port allows for external power, timecode, LANC, and radio control for use on a drone. The camera features a built in microphone, but features a 3.5mm microphone jack so you can run a microphone or hop directly into the camera.
This is the most popular B camera for TV show and feature films. Its image quality, ruggedness and features have made it the favored camera for VICE News. It shoots 50 Mb/s meeting current broadcast standards. With a native ISO of 850 and capable of 80,000 ISO, the C300 is ready for all lighting scenarios.
The C300 Mk 2 is the an updated version of our most popular camera, the C300. It shoots 4K, has a number of ergonomic improvements and can shoot HD at up to 120 fps. The camera can also shoot proxy files to an SD card and has Canon's new Canon Log 3 color science. Canon claims this camera has 15 stops of Dynamic Range, 3 stops greater than its predecessor.
The Osmo is a handheld 4K camera built onto a single handle 3-axis gimbal stabilizer. It uses the same camera from the DJI inspire 1 drone, which is capable of 4K video at 24 fps or 120 fps at FullHD. It also takes 12mp JPEG or DNG RAW stills. The camera and gimbal are powered by proprietary rechargeable lithium battery packs. The handle has camera control buttons including pan and tilt and a wifi device can be used to monitor the shot and update settings via the DJI GO app. The footage is shot to a microSD card which is inserted into the side of the camera.
This version of the Osmo features an upgraded camera capable of DCI 4K video, 16 MP stills, over 12 stops of dynamic range, and a micro 4/3 interchangeable lens mount. Included in the rental here at Hello World is a 15mm f/1.7 lens. This camera also shoots to microsd cards and uses the same Osmo 3-axis gimbal and DJI GO app.
The marquee features of Go Pro's new camera are the fully waterproof camera body, voice control, a built in rear touchscreen, and built in distortion correction. It also features digital image stabilization, advanced 3 microphone wind noise reduction, and ever improving app support for your iOS or Android device. Like its predecessor, the Hero5 black offers 4K 30 fps, 2.7K 60fps, and FullHD 120fps. While previous mounts will work with the Hero5, the batteries will not.
With internal 4K recording up to 30 frames per second and frame rates up to 120 at full HD at 60mb/sec, this is the new gold standard for action cameras. The Hero4 Black features a processor twice as fast as its predecessor which also allows for improved image quality and higher megapixel stills. Built in Wifi and Bluetooth allow for live remote monitoring and control across all resolutions and frame rates. The new Nightlapse mode allows you to take significantly improved low light photos and time lapses. The GoPro's compact form factor allows you to capture angles otherwise unsafe or impossible with a traditional camera.
The RED EPIC with Dragon sensor can capture 6K images which is 9X the size of HD. The 16.5 stops of latitude and resolution offer extraordinary image quality. The EPIC is compatible with PL, Canon, Nikon and Leica lenses. It is capable of 100 fps at 6K, 150 fps at 4K, and 300 fps at 2K. With the PL motion mount the EPIC features a global shutter and internal NDs. All of these attributes allow for reframing options, image stabilization in post and impressive low light performance. With its compact size, the EPIC is ideal for use with our 3-axis MoVI and Ronin image stabilization units.
This is the successor to the very popular EX-1. It is the perfect choice for event videography and documentaries. It shoots 50 Mb/s and H422 so it meets current broadcast standards. It has a very sharp 14X optical zoom.
The FS5 is an update to the extremely popular FS700, now a perfect b camera to the popular FS7. Like the FS700, the FS5 offers extremely high frame rates at an extremely budget friendly price point. It's two highlight specs are the 240 fps shooting in HD as well as it's 4K capabilities at up to 30 fps all in Sony's latest S-log 3 cine gamma. All of these features are packed into a tiny package, allowing this camera to be comfortably used with the Movi M5 or Ronin-M.
Sony has improved on the original by adding two important features. The most notable is an Electronic Vari ND Filter which is an LCD layer placed between the sensor and the lens-mount. The strength of the filter can be assigned to presets or dialled in via the “Variable” wheel on the side of the camera. This allows you to keep the same aesthetics while changing the amount of light that hits the sensor during a scene.
Sony has also added an E-Mount Lever Lock – A New Locking Mechanism. The E-Mount is a great lens mount. However, it was made for stills photography lenses, and lacks stability and a rotation-less locking mechanism. Sony addressed both issues with the new E-Mount Lever Lock.
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