Visitors to the Canon stand at IBC will be able to explore the creative possibilities that
the company’s cameras and lenses can bring to videographers, broadcasters and
cinematographers alike. Among the products and services on display will be Canon’s
groundbreaking Cinema EOS system.
The Cinema EOS system is a revolutionary, professional cine camera system that fuses
Canon’s proven video technology and lens heritage with EOS creativity to deliver
unparalleled creative options for professional filmmakers, cinematographers and
It spans digital cinema cameras, EF and PL mount lenses and DSLR cameras, merging
several of Canon’s existing technologies to produce a superb filmmaking system.
Canon’s latest 4K cameras – the EOS C500 and EOS 1D-C will also be on display at
IBC2013, alongside the EOS C300 and EOS C100 camcorders and the full range of more
than 60 Canon EF lenses and cinema lenses.
From 8mm ultra wide angle to 800mm super telephoto, the 60+ lenses in the EF series
cover all possible shooting requirements.
New Canon lenses to be launched at IBC are the CN-E135mm T2.2 LF and the CN-
E14mm T3.1LF. Intended for the working professional, the Cinema prime CN-E135mm
T2.2 L F lens has markings on angled surfaces on both sides of the barrel, making it
easy to read focus and aperture settings from behind or from either side of the camera.
Focus markings can even be switched from standard labeling to metric. The control rings
are engineered to maintain the proper amount of resistance with consistent operating
Designed to fulfill contemporary 4K production standards, it features a full-frame
imaging circle in a lightweight, compact design. This phenomenal lens is also perfect for
any number of applications. It also features an 11-blade aperture diaphragm for
beautiful background blur and innovative glass construction that counteracts barrel
expansion and contraction to avoid temperature induced marking discrepancies.
The CN-E14mm T3.1 L F is a lightweight, compact fixed focal length lens designed for EF
mounts. It offers spectacular 4K image quality and a full frame image circle plus great
low light performance and fine creative control over focusing and depth of field.
Other IBC highlights include a live 4K studio demonstration – showcasing live 4K
production workflow using Canon’s latest 4K cameras and lenses, and “Touch & Try’ –
where visitors will be able to get their hands on the Cinema EOS system.