The Canon EOS C70, a ‘Fantastic Cinema Camera’ With a Few Downsides
As much as photography has gained from 2020’s relentless releasing of cameras, videography has arguably gained more. Canon’s new, affordable (for a dedicated cinema camera) video-centric body is another stellar option with just a few caveats.
In case you’re not up to date with the latest video and cinema cameras that have been released this year, we’ve had the highly anticipated Sony a7S III and the Canon R5 for compact, hybrid (less so in the Sony) video cameras to begin with. Then we’ve had the dedicated cinema cameras of the Canon EOS C300 Mark III and the Sony FX6. The issue is, the C300 Mark III, while highly impressive, is $11,000, which will rule a number of videographers out of buying one. The FX6 is more reasonable, coming in at $6,000, but if you wanted to stay with Canon,…
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