Canon Europe Announces Range of AV Imaging Ecosystems Solutions
Canon Europe announced it will be showcasing a range of its AV imaging ecosystem solutions at ISE 2022. Visitors can see Canon’s range of solutions, from multicamera setups with partner Seervision, to 8K Cinema cameras, as well as a dedicated VR Zone. The lineup for 2022 will be available on stand for end users and system integrators to experience firsthand.
Matthew Koshy, European product marketing specialist at Canon Europe comments: “We’re excited to be back at ISE, building on our success of previous years. Since we last attended in 2020, the industry has shifted focus. This year, we’re expecting to see more solutions aimed at hybrid learning and working as well as single-user systems and virtual production set-ups – our stand reflects this. It will be interesting to see this as a primary focus at the show. It’s an exciting time for the industry and we’re looking forward to reconnecting with our customers.”
Canon will be displaying creative solutions for a range of production scenarios with its multicamera setup. Since launching last year, this is the first time Canon’s range of PTZ cameras will be on show at a major trade show across Europe. The CR-N500 and CR-N300 PTZ cameras will be paired with the XF605 professional camcorder to showcase solutions for the corporate, higher education and live events markets — featuring the PTZ’s ability for IP streaming with support for a range of IP protocols, delivering high-quality 4K UHD footage, with low-latency.
Canon is partnering with Seervision to display auto-tracking functionality for remote production. The Swiss-based company develops AI-assisted software for dynamic, fully autonomous multicamera tracking. The software’s AI-based scene understanding and unique person-specific actions, coupled with Canon’s PTZ cameras, allows end users to transition from shot to shot without intervention.
Additionally, the partnership with Seervision will display how Canon’s PTZ lineup can be used in a higher education setting — with auto tracking, networked multicamera workflows fulfilling every university’s hybrid needs.
The recently launched EOS R5 C — Canon’s first full frame 8K Cinema EOS camera — will be on stand as a hybrid shooting option for the AV market. Underpinned by a high-resolution, full frame CMOS sensor, DIGIC X processor and the RF Mount, these elements enable high fidelity 8K video capture, internal RAW recording, and 45 megapixel still photo capture at burst speeds up to 20 frames per second, all in a single body. The EOS R5 C supports the needs of a new generation of content creators and solo shooters.
Visitors to the Canon stand will see a unique showcase of Canon’s VR capabilities, at the VR station, featuring content captured on the Canon EOS R5 and RF 5.2mm f2.8 L Dual Fisheye Lens. Partnering with Varjo — creators of VR headsets — the users can experience exceptionally immersive VR content, made with Canon’s products.
Alongside the various zones, a product showcase will feature Canon’s CR-X300, the EOS C70 and XA45, as well as Canon’s display range — including the DP-V2411.