New lower pricing for the Canon EOS-1D C will go into effect in North America on February 1st, taking the retail price from $11,999 down to $7,999. The camera is approaching its third year, introduced in April of 2012. The 18MP full-frame sensor is capable of 4K video.
The Canon EOS-1D C still has some limitations as does every other DSLR, but for those who want a small 4K camera with great image quality with low good light capabilities it might actually work for your budget.
- Compact, Durable, Self-Contained 4k Video Recording
- Canon 18.1 Megapixel Full-Frame CMOS Sensor
- 4K Motion JPEG YCbCr 4:2:2, 8-bit video recording
- Full HD Recording and Super 35mm Crop Mode
- Dual DIGIC 5+ Image Processors
- Canon Log Gamma
- HDMI Output with Time Code
- Compatibility with EF Cinema and EF Lenses
- Built-In Headphone Terminal
- WFT-E6A Wi-Fi® Unit With Remote Capabilities
- Fully Featured 12.0 fps, 18.1 Megapixel Full-Frame DSLR Camera
- FACTORY UPDATE NOW AVAILABLE
Compact, Durable, Self-Contained 4k Video Recording
The EOS-1D C is an HD video powerhouse providing cinematographers 4K video capture in a single unit, with no need for external power or recording devices. The EOS-1D C is fully self-contained, with the ergonomic ease-of-use portability one expects from a Canon DSLR. Control layout is intuitive for both still and video shooting and the compact size provides an unobtrusive method to getting your desired footage. The EOS-1D C is also fully sealed for protection against dust and moisture