Centered around the new Canon C500 Mark II, this Digital Cinema Society event was held on November 20, 2019 at Canon Burbank. We explored in detail Canon’s latest Digital Cinema camera with a 5.9K Full Frame CMOS sensor, user-changeable lens mounts, electronic image stabilization, and internal cinema RAW light recording.
Featured presenters include Canon’s Tim Smith on the company’s philosophy leading to the development of this camera, as well as their new Sumire prime lenses. Charles Zablan then takes a deep dive into the features of the C500 Mk II followed by a short demo by Matt Eidenbock on Wooden Camera‘s new accessories for the camera.
Special thanks to the entire team at Canon Burbank, a facility built from the ground up to support cinema and photography professionals, for hosting the event. They include: Director of Canon Burbank, Michael Bravin — Senior Advisor for Film and Television, Tim Smith — Senior Trainer for Canon USA, Charles Zablan — Technical Specialist for Displays, David Duko — Peter Marr, Professional Cinema Specialist — Senior Marketing Associate, Adrienne Kohler — On-camera Demo Model, Haley Hudson.
Our DCS crew included: Event Host and Editor, James Mathers — BTS Cinematographer, David Mahlmann, Camera Operators, Mitch Gulbin and Alex Bonelli — Sound Recordist, Greg Salman — Event Manager, Charlene Mathers.
Use this link to view the entire coverage: https://vimeo.com/375249688