A couple Canon EOS Cinema cameras received further discounts with some relatively reasonable prices now. The original Canon EOS C100 is now available for $2,299 (was $3,999), while the C100 with the Dual Pixel AF update is $2499 (was $4,499). The C100 Mark II with the EF-S 18-135mm IS STM lens is $3,699 (reg. $5,699). Finally, the C300 Mark II is available for $9,999 (reg. $15,999) – perhaps in response to the recently announced Panasonic AU-EVA1, which ships later this year. I’m not sure if these are permanent price drops or if they are only for a short while. If you’ve been on the hunt for a cinema camera though, these are are the most attractive deals Canon has offered thus far.
B&H has the Canon C100 for $1799 (reg. $2999) in limited quantity for Black Friday. Check it out here at B&H Photo.
Also, you can get the Canon C100 with Dual Pixel CMOS AF for $2299 as a Black Friday deal. Check it out here at B&H Photo.
For more great deals, check out Photography Bay’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals page.
Canon has instant rebates across the range of its EOS C100 models right now.
- Canon EOS C100 for $2499 (reg. $3999)
- Canon EOS C100 w/ Dual Pixel AF for $2999 (reg. $4499)
- $1000 off Canon EOS C100 Mark II body or kits
It looks like Canon has dropped retail prices on all of its first generation Cinema EOS cameras. Check out the breakdown of the new/old prices below. [Read more…]
For those who have been clamoring for a bigger superzoom lens for their Canon DSLRs, you now have an option available. Canon just announced its new CINE-SERVO 50-1000mm T5.0-8.9 Ultra-Telephoto Zoom lens for a whopping retail price of $78,000. [Read more…]
Sigma has released firmware updates that adds autofocus support at any aperture when used with the Canon EOS C100 to the following three lenses:
You can download the firmware updates for these three lenses here on Sigma’s website.