Today's content creators need versatile tools and the Canon EOS C70, EOS R5 C and EOS R5 are three compact but incredibly powerful cameras for filmmakers.
The groundbreaking EOS C70 ushered in a new era for pro video as the first model in Canon's Cinema EOS System to feature the advanced RF mount. The EOS R5, capable of cinematic 12-bit 8K RAW video using the entire width of the camera’s sensor, set new standards for filmmakers as well as for still photographers. The hybrid EOS R5 C cinema camera shares many of the same features as the EOS R5, including its full-frame, high-resolution sensor, but adds a raft of pro video capabilities, most notably incredible 8K long-duration recording.
All three cameras feature Canon's revolutionary RF mount technology and intelligent autofocus, but how do their video specifications compare, and which is right for your production needs? Here, we examine some of the shared technologies and key differences between the Canon EOS C70, EOS R5 C and EOS R5, with expert insight from Canon Europe product specialists Mike Burnhill and Aron Randhawa.