Canon USA with Charles Zablan Introduces the EOS C300 Mark III, from the Super 35mm Dual Gain Output (DGO) Sensor with up to and over 16 stops of dynamic range including internal RAW and 4K 120p High Frame Rate recording with the Technology, On the EOS C300 Mark III.
From Canon USA:
“Go Behind the Scenes with Director of Photography Steve Holleran to learn how he captured the beautiful Boneyard Ballet with Canon’s new EOS C300 Mark III, Sumire Prime lenses, compact and large cinema zooms, as well as the all new CINE-SERVO 25-250mm Cinema lens.”
Canon USA with On the EOS C300 Mark III & CINE-SERVO 25-250mm Cinema Lens “Boneyard Ballet”:
“A ballet piece set on the wing of a 747 jumbo jet, Boneyard Ballet is a visual ode to the art of flight. Melding two of the most elegant forms of airborne dance — the ballerina and the modern airliner, it’s a mirage-like cinematic symphony of living beauty set amidst the decay of an airplane boneyard. This beautiful film was made possible by using Canon’s newly announced EOS C300 Mark III Cinema Camera, Sumire prime lenses, compact and large cinema zooms as well as the all-new CINE-SERVO 25-250mm Cinema Lens, which provided Director of Photography Steve Holleran the versatility and latitude needed to create such compelling imagery.”