Canon XF200 Professional HD Camcorder with CMOS Pro Sensor
A versatile Canon XF200 20x HD wide-angle video lens captures images with outstanding clarity across a broad 26.8–576mm* zoom range. A wide dynamic range gamma setting prevents overexposure even for bright areas of an image and/or with non-uniform colors. An eight-blade circular aperture provides natural and visually pleasing bokeh.
Three separate lens rings offer independent control of focus, zoom and iris/aperture settings. A new Five-Axis Dynamic SuperRange OIS System further reduces the effects of camera shake, and a new rotating handgrip enables comfortable camera positioning at all shooting angles from high to low.
Dual-frequency Wi-Fi® and a CAT-5 Ethernet connector enable browser preview during shoots, in addition to FTP transfer to external PCs or laptops. The XF200 can also be used with Canon’s new RC-V100 Remote Controller to provide full access to all important user functions, including start/stop, shutter/gain, zoom/focus/iris, white balance, black gamma and more.
Combining high-end image quality with the security and versatility of dual-format recording, the Canon XF200 is built for HD content creation. Compact and lightweight, it’s ideal for any kind of user.
Wide DR Gamma (600%)
The Canon XF200 professional camcorder’s wide Dynamic Range Gamma of 600% helps prevent overexposure, even for high brightness areas of an image and/or with non-uniform colours. Unlike the normal knee function that compresses video signals in high brightness areas using linear gamma, a wide DR Gamma retains continuity across the image and enables colour grading.
MXF and MP4 formats supported
Dual Codec Recording offers format choices that can be useful for various post-capture options—namely, Full HD broadcast standard MXF and web-ready MP4 in a variety of bit-rates to tackle the task at hand.
Ethernet LAN terminal provided for a reliable wired connection and greater peace of mind. The wireless LAN connection supports the dual Wi-Fi frequency bands of 2.4 G and 5 GHz*. You can now choose the network connection method best suited to the shooting environment.