The Sony FS7 vs. Canon C300

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Andrew Reid of EOSHD compares the Canon C300 to the specs of the newly announced Sony FS7.

He writes, "[The Sony FS7] is cheaper than the C300 by a considerable margin, expected to come in at the $8k mark. This is incredibly aggressive not just vs Canon but vs their own camera line-up thus far. With the camera Sony have announced a Super 35mm servo zoom lens aimed at predominantly at broadcast, documentary and news shooters. The lens is just $2k which compares to $20k for a typical high end ENG servo zoom for a small sensor TV camera. Canon do not have an answer to this in their Cinema EOS line."

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