Just last week, Canon announced its new camera that was made with the astronomy enthusiast in mind: the EOS 60Da; which will start shipping out by the end of this month at the pretty affordable price of $1,499.00.
And in a matter of days, the manufacturer is set to announce two more shooters and two new lenses at NAB 2012.
NAB 2012 kicks off on April 14th and will end on April 16th. Canon’s event is sandwiched between both dates, and they are expected to unveil the new EOS C500 cinema camera:
It is 4K at 120fps with EOS RAW via 3G HD-SDI… At 60 fps EOS RAW from the C500 is 12 bit. This drops to a still impressive 10 bit at 120p. The C500 also pumps out 1080p, 2K and Quad HD.
Alongside their new Cinema EOS 1D C camera:
Costing $10k. This is full frame and does ALL-I, IPB and MJPEG 4K.
Aside from the cameras, Canon will also be announcing two new cinema zoom lenses: a 15.5-47mm T2.2 and a 30-105mm T2.2.