Cinema EOS System
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The CMOS sensor in the EOS C100 Mark II utilize two separate photodiodes for each pixel in order to achieve high-speed readout.
With full rein given to these characteristics, the sensor is capable of detecting two image signals from each pixel. By initiating phase-difference AF, focusing is executed at a higher speed than contrast AF using all the EF lenses.
Users can choose from multiple formats that support AVCHD or MP4 to suit the applications at hand. Images are recorded at the maximum bit rate of 28 Mbps or 35 Mbps in each case.
NTSC/PAL switchable, and 59.94P/50P frame rates supported, and each and every individual frame of moving subjects is recorded beautifully.
A continuous recording mode ensures that all shooting opportunities will never be passed. All the images from start to finish in this mode are recorded, and the video recording start and end operations performed using the controls on the camera body are recorded as the IN point and OUT point metadata.