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Canon Europe at IBC 2015

​Our partners the ProductionHUB recently published an interview from the 2015 IBC in Amsterdam with Paul Atkinson of Canon Europe.

Canon's Cinema EOS Line of compact, modular cameras are designed specifically for cinematography applications  They feature Canon's unique Super 35mm CMOS sensor, revolutionary Canon DIGIC Image Processor, and 50Mbps 4:2:2 recording, in PL and EF-mount options.

Paul talks about Canon's First Ultra-High-Sensitivity Multi-Purpose Camera, the ME20F-SH in this interview.

This post is in Partnership with The ProductionHUB.

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