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Canon C300 Gets BBC Nod Of Approval

Posted on Mar 28, 2012 by Definition Magazine

The BBC’s approval for camera use is still an international yardstick for broadcastersCanon today announced that their EOS C300, the first model from the new Cinema EOS System, has met the standards the BBC requires from cameras tested to the EBU recommendation EBU R118. The approval allows both internal and external BBC production teams to use the EOS C300 for the production of a variety of programmes to be broadcast on the BBC’s range of HD channels. The EOS C300 is the third professional camcorder from Canon to be approved by the BBC since the start of 2011, joining the XF305 and XF300 Full HD camcorders, which were approved for use in January last year.

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