Canon XF200 HD Camcorder
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- 1920 x 1080, 1/2.84" CMOS Sensor
- 20x Zoom with Zoom, Focus, Iris Rings
- 50 Mb/s MPEG-2 & 35 Mb/s MP4 Recording
- 4:2:2 Color Sampling
- 23.98/29.97p, 59.94i/p
- Dual CF & Single SDXC Card Slots
- Dual XLR Inputs,
- 4-Channels of Audio
- Orientable Handgrip
- HDMI, Wi-Fi & Ethernet
The Canon XF 200 HD Camcorder is a versatile camera that can be used for everything from event coverage to creating independent cinema. This camera can be fiited with several accesories and is less than ten pounds. Making it ideal for handheld, documentary style shooting.
The Canon XF 200 HD Camcorder features a 1/2.84" CMOS sensor that captures 1920 x 1080 video at various frame rates up to 59.94p, including a 24p mode for a more cinematic feel. The integrated Canon 20x HD optical zoom lens has a 35mm equivalent zoom range of 26.8 to 576mm, and features an eight-bladed iris to render highlights in a more natural manner. Individual gear rings for focus, zoom, and iris on the lens provide you with a natural way to make manual adjustments.
The Canon XF 200 HD Camcorder records MPEG-2 at frame rates of 23.98/29.97p and 59.94i at up to 50 Mb/s, with 4:2:2 color sampling, to integrated CF card slots using an MXF wrapper that is compatible with most popular NLE systems. You can also record to an integrated SDXC card slot using the MP4 codec at frame rates up to 59.94p. The XF200 features four channels of audio with manual/automatic record levels, with two XLR inputs and a built-in camera microphone. The built-in handgrip features 120° of rotation, making it easier to find a comfortable shooting position.
Built-in dual-band Wi-Fi allows you to control the camera's functions from available mobile devices as well as view footage on the devices. Proxy files can be transferred via Wi-Fi while you are shooting new footage. The camera also incorporates an Ethernet connection, so you can transfer files directly from the camera. An HDMI output provides you with video out.