The Canon EOS C70 is a powerful cinema camera squeezed into DSLR size, with Canon's cutting-edge RF mount

The Canon EOS C70 has all the potential to be a game-changer. Boasting a completely new form factor and the manufacturer's latest lens mount, Canon has evolved its Cinema EOS system with a camera that's uniquely compact and thoroughly capable. While it replaces the C100 line, it's effectively a Canon EOS C300 Mark III in a body the size of a pro DSLR, boasting the RF mount used by the manufacturer's cutting-edge mirrorless cameras like the Canon EOS R5 and the autofocus wizardry of the Canon EOS-1D X Mark III. While it doesn't record RAW, its headline specs include uncropped 4K 4:2:2 10-bit capture, with up to 120fps recording in 4K and 180fps in 2K, along with 16 stops of dynamic range thanks to the Dual Gain Output sensor (the same one seen in the C300 Mark III). With more competition than ever before in the pro and prosumer video sphere, does the C70 have what it takes to stand shoulder to shoulder with the best cinema cameras out there right now? Let's find out…

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