In the world of professional imaging, nothing compares to Canon. With decades of experience conceiving, designing and producing many of the world’s finest imaging devices, Canon sets the standard in imaging with professional cameras, lenses, camcorders, printers, projectors, displays and more.
In this video, Patrick Moreau explains the advantages of stepping up from a camcorder or DSLR camera to a professional-level Canon Cinema EOS camera. Learn how to capture much more detail in your imagery, whether in scenes with a great detail of contrast, or in difficult lighting situations. This video also covers expanded dynamic range, custom picture settings, and Canon Log considerations.
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