Canon Announces Camera and Monitor Firmware Updates


Canon manufacturer announced to the Brazilian market a series of firmware updates for the brand’s cameras and monitors. The goal is to optimize the operation of some devices that are still supported by the company.

Some of the updates are free, as is the case with the XF705 model, which has gained new recording formats and supports additional navigation functions.

Check out the full list:

Addition of new recording formats, such as XF-AVC 8-bit 4: 2: 0 up to 4K30p and MP4 8-bit 4: 2: 0 up to 1080p60.
Signal pull-down 60p to 24p / 30p
Remote browser support through Wi-Fi® and Ethernet connections.
Support HDR recording with higher frame rates.

EOS C300 Mark III
Resolution indication and color sampling on the monitor as standard.

EOS C500 Mark II
XF-AVC Long GOP and XF-AVC Proxy support.
Pre-recording capability of 3 or 5 seconds.
Signal pull-down 60p to 24p / 30p.
Resource for the user to name two files with the same name when using the two card slots.

EOS C700, C700 GS and C700 FF
Update on Slow & Fast Motion information, including changing the colors of “REC” and “STBY” from white to red and green, respectively.

EOS C200 and C200B
Signal pull-down 60p to 24p / 30p.
Simultaneous use of HDMI and SDI terminals.

4K Monitors DP-V1710, DP-V1711, DP-V2410, DP-V2411, DP-V2420, DP-V2421 and DP-V3120
Support for reading 3D-LUT / 1D-LUT files in .cube format and monitoring errors on a USB memory.
HDR monitoring functions such as the possibility to check the XY chroma values ​​of the pixels, markings of areas being displayed in two locations simultaneously, expandable grid / safety zone markings and the possibility of pointing areas above the desired luminance level.
Ease of use and workflow with cameras from other manufacturers.

4K Monitors DPV-1710, DP-V1711 and DP-V2411
Improved black levels to .001 nits.
Paid updates
Paid updates are completely optional. They were made available for the 4K DP-V1710 and DP-V1711 monitors, including two novelties: the increase in the luminance peak from 600 to 1000 nits and the control of the full screen luminance peak between 300 and 600 nits using dimming.


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