Firmware update For the World’s First 4K DSLR, the EOS-1D C

Canon recently announced new firmware update for the world’s first 4K DSLR, EOS-1D C. The new firmware has been developed taking into account feedback from the European professional video community, and adds support for 25p recording at the camera’s maximum 4K resolution.

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Designed for the motion picture, television and high-resolution production industries, the EOS-1D C is the world’s first DSLR to support 4K video capture. It offers a unique, highly portable package optimised for ultra-high quality recording, delivering exceptional low light performance and film-like dynamic range from a highly-compact body that can be used in a wide-range of shooting situations.

The EOS 1D-C captures 4K (4,096 x 2,160) video using 8-bit motion JPEG compression, with the ability to simultaneously output an uncompressed Full HD (1920×1080) YCbCr 4:2:2 signal to an external recorder via its HDMI terminal. Full HD video can also be recorded direct to CF cards at frame rates of up to 1080/60p, whilst Canon Log Gamma ensures video is rich in exposure latitude and dynamic range – offering outstanding freedom for video professionals during shooting, and for colourists in post-production.

The new firmware will be available in April 2013.

2 Responses to 'Firmware update For the World’s First 4K DSLR, the EOS-1D C'

  1. Peter Strømberg says:

    The photo is of the C100, and not the EOS 1D C

  2. dk says:

    Peter Strømberg: Haha. How did that happen? I guess the PR folks must have given me the wrong picture. I should check properly first before posting. My bad.

    Thanks for alerting me. :)

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