Canon C200 6 Month Review

We can’t forgive Canon for what they did this to camera. It’s a decent camera but it could have been so much better if Canon wasn’t being Canon (your options are basically a crappy codec or raw with nothing more practical in between, among other weird design decisions).

If autofocus is what matters most to you then this camera will definitely appeal.

Vlogging with the Canon EOS R 4K

Canon’s mirrorless camera was supremely disappointing for us. As has most consumer products Canon released since the Canon 5D Mark II. However, a skilled photographer and videographer can do great things with this camera. It’s just that in this day and age we’re spoiled for options and many of Canon’s offerings are highly uninspiring.

Here’s a video showing the EOS R with a the large but great Sigma 18mm-35mm F1.8 lens:

Ursa Mini Pro (with Blackmagic RAW) versus Canon C200 RAW Light

This is an interesting comparison. While Blackmagic’s new BRAW is not identical to their true raw, it’s close enough for most purposes and it it produces nicer looking noise, grain, and skin tones. We expect most people will happily shoot in BRAW without ever looking back.

This comparison pits the new BRAW (on a Ursa Mini Pro) against Canon’s C200 Raw light:

Canon SX70: A Canon SX60 with a slightly better sensor and 4K video

Canon makes some products we like, but they have not been showing love to their consumer and prosumer products for a while.  At least Nikon gave their camera crazy zoom.  The lens is 21-1365mm equivalent.  Same tiny sensor (which may have worked for 1080p video but struggles with 4K).

Price is expected to be $549 on launch.