New Canon DSLR shoots RAW High Dynamic Range, Manual Control and professional audio

There is apparently a full frame dSLR being tested in Europe that can shoot RAW video.

Could be the upcoming 1Ds Mark IV or early testing of the 5D Mark III.
I’ve been told previously that the 1Ds4 would have video features currently not available in any Canon dSLR.

The 5D Mark III is starting to get whispers around the web. The camera could come as early as Photokina in September, but I’m still wagering on a 2011 release.

1Ds Mark IV Release Date
Everything has been quiet about a concrete launch date. There also hasn’t been any new word on lenses. Going by past experience, this is the calm before the storm.

Thou there isn’t a whole lot of detail in the rumor, but supposedly, “very select few high end DoPs” in Europe are currently testing a prototype HDSLR that shoots RAW video. Rumor has it that it is full frame! So it could potentially be the next Canon EOS 5D Mark II. This would be serious competition to RED.

RAW shooting, High Dynamic Range, Manual Control and professional audio.

There are other undisclosed information, but i can tell you that Scarlet will have to really blow us away.. cause canon has some big surprises

UPDATE: The prototype apparently is very early in development because the chip itself is in a box. This may indicate that it is a prototype for a video camera and not an DSLR.

Frank Glencairn

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