Advanced Video Editing

Canon EOS C100 



The Canon EOS C100 uses the DSLR design concept into a more traditional video camera. This camera is ideally-suited for run-and-gun and one-person-style shooting. The C-100 features a 35mm-sized sensor that provides greater sensitivity in low-light environments, excellent depth of field and wider pixel pitch than most conventional professional camcorders.

The camera body is fully compatible with many Canon lenses, and our kit features a variety of lenses that you can use. 

You can use the more affordable SDHC/SDXC memory

cards, the same that you use in other CMCI cameras.

Although the approximate recording time is based on

the camera's current bit rate, typically you will find that

for full HD video at 50 Mbs, a 32GB memory card would

record up to 1 hour and 30 minutes of footage. 

This camera also includes an XLR audio unit

that can 
be fitted as a top mounted handle.

From this unit, you 
can connect microphones

using the two XLR inputs. 

This handle includes a built-in microphone, a

START/STOP button, and audio controls.

What’s in the case?


Included in the case you will find:

  • 1 top-mounted XLR unit
  • 1 battery charger/AC adapter unit
  • 1 AC cable (found in the zippered pouch on the underside of the lid)
  • 1 18-55mm lens
  • 1 10-18mm lens
  • 1 16-35mm lens

Other accessories that you can request at checkout:

  • Stick Microphone and XLR cable
  • Wireless Microphone (you will need to get 4 AA batteries of your own)
  • Light Kit

Explore the Canon EOS C100 and find the following:


  • SD card slots
  • LCD Monitor
  • MENU button
  • Power Switch
  • ND Filter Switch
  • Recording Button
  • Iris Thumbwheel Control
  • DC In Terminal

These are just a few of the parts to the camera that you’ll become familiar with over time. Before you start using the camera for the real thing, get to know how it works. Take the camera out for a test-drive, shoot some video and record audio. Don’t wait to learn how to use the camera when you need to set it up for an important interview. The more time you spend with the camera, the less time you’ll spend troubleshooting and more on creativity.