This video I am predicting something Canon might want to do, as seeing the Canon EOS R, I feel there might be a chance that Canon would implement the RF mount over to the Canon Cinema cameras. The reason for this is they could make a Full Frame Cinema Camera but leaving out the ND filter to make it cheaper to buy the camera body. But also when people really want a variable ND they could buy the ND Adapter. And it being a broadcast camera less aimed to Cinema, it would only have 422 10bit without any of the RAW features, making it possible to see basically a Canon C300ii with a full frame sensor and naming it the C400.

What do you think of this prediction?

Feature I aspect the camera to have:

  • Full Frame 4k Sensor
  • RF Mount with Cine Lock for stronger hold for PL to RF adapter
  • 4k 60/50/30/25/24p
  • 1080p 100/120fps
  • 4:2:2 10bit color space
  • No ND Filter
  • 2x CFast card slots
  • Great Low light performance

But as honestly Sony could come out with a Sony FS6 with a Full Frame sensor any time soon, as pretty much all they just need to do is grab the sensor in their A7s lines and put that into a proper Cinema camera form and they could as well be leaders of the budget friendly Cinema Cameras. They would not even need add any RAW features, just 10bit 422 internally. But because it is using a A7s sensor it becomes much better in low light, which the FS5 and FS7 series always been struggling with. Yet the A7sii eventhough a great low light performer and great camera, it comes with flaws of not having a long batterylife nor having 422 10bit as probably not able to do it in such a small body, but that can be changed with placing the A7sii sensor into like an FS5 body.

This video was filmed with:
Panasonic G7 –
Panasonic 12mm f2 –
Rode Smartlav+ –
Yongnuo YN360 –
Manfrotto Compact Action –
Manfrotto Befree Live –

Edited with Adobe Premiere Pro –

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