Nauticam C200 Housing for Canon EOS C200 Digital Cinema Camera
The C200 uses a 8.85-megapixel Dual Pixel AF Super 35 format sensor to record 4K in both DCI and UHD formats at up to 60p and 50p, respectively. The camera can also capture 1080 footage at up to 120p (100p) for slow-mo playback.
With this release, Canon has introduced a proprietary capture format called Cinema Raw Lite, which allows the C200 to record 10-bit data at 60/50p or 12-bit data at 30/25/24p direct to CFast card. It’s also possible to record MP4 files to SD cards, but 4K capture is limited to 8-bit 4:2:0 color at 150Mbps. Compressed footage at 4:2:2 is available via an SDI output. The major video production software packages will add support for Cinema Raw Lite in the coming months, according to Canon.