Camera from Canon's mirrorless range. Perfect for both video and stills, with a 45MP sensor and 8K RAW recording capability. It's the ideal all-rounder for tackling all kinds of projects, and a good complement to the brand's cinema cameras.
The entry-level camera in Sony's cinema range. With the same sensor as the A7SIII but with an improved body tailored to the needs of a film shoot. It has better ventilation and includes a handle with XLR audio inputs, making it the perfect B-camera for most projects shot with Sony equipment.
Anticipated evolution of the A7SII, with capacity to record without time limit and at compression qualities only previously available with an external recorder. It adds improvements in color depth (10 bit internal instead of 8 bit) and slow motion capabilities, such as the ability to do 120p at 4K.
The new Sony A7R IV exceeds the previous generation with improvements in capture speed, image resolution, burst speed, focus speed and AF tracking, even in low-light situations. In addition, it extends the ISO range from 100-32,000 and reduces noise to give high quality images.
Iteration of the 5D range of Canon, with this version in addition to improving the resolution of the sensor, have just perfected the color that characterizes the brand, surpassing in quality. Besides, they have added the 4K resolution in the video mode.
Canon revolutionized the DSLR camera resolution with the introduction of the 5Ds. With its 50.6MP FullFrame sensor, it was able to compete with the medium format in terms of resolution, winning thanks to the better usability of a DSLR body.
The success of the 5Ds brought this identical version but with the low-pass filter turned off, adding even more sharpness to the image captured by Canon's wonderful 50.6MP sensor.
The 1DX Mark II is Canon's fastest camera. With ability to shoot bursts at 14fps, 4K video recording or 120fps filming at 1080p. In addition, its 20MP sensor, combined with a 61 point autofocus system, offers high quality images in the most difficult conditions, making it ideal for sports photography.