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|Package Weight||8.9 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||15.9 x 13.4 x 9.1"|
|Effective Pixels||Movies: Approx. 8.29 million Photos: Approx. 12 million|
|Lens||8.9 to 89 mm f/2.8 - 5.6 10x Optical Zoom Lens 35mm Equivalent Movie Mode: 27.3 to 273 mm 35mm Equivalent Photo Mode: 24.1 to 241 mm 8-blade iris diaphragm|
|Shutter||Equipped with mechanical shutter (still photos only)|
|Gain||0.0 - 42 dB|
|ND Filter||1 internal unit, can be switched on/off|
|Shake Correction||Optical + Electronic assist|
|LCD Monitor||3" (7.6 cm) VGA+ Approx. 1.03 million dot (3:2 aspect ratio) Electrostatic capacitance-type touch panel Vari-angle|
|Sensor Size||1.0" CMOS (16 mm diagonally)|
|Recording Media||One CFast card slot, one SD card slot 4K: CFast cards 1080p/still photos: SD cards|
|Input/Output||HDMI output USB port (high-speed) Mic input XLR input (when using MA-400 mic adapter) Headphone jack DC-jack (supports CA-945 power adapter)|
|Battery||LP-E6N included (7.2 V, 1865 mAh)|
|Wi-Fi||5 GHz / 2.4 GHz Dual Band|
|Accessory Shoe||Cold shoe|
|Dimensions||Approx. 5 x 4.2 x 4.8" (12.8 x 10.6 x 12.2 cm) (standalone) Approx. 5.2 x 8.7 x 9.4" (13.2 x 22 x 24 cm) (including finder, hood, and microphone adapter)|
|Weight||Approx. 2 lb (1 kg) (standalone)|
|Video Capture||Ultra HD 4K: 3840 x 2160 at 29.97p/24.00p/23.98p 305 Mbps MXF (4:2:2/8-bit IntraFrame) Sound: LPCM/2-Ch, 16-bit/48 kHz Full HD: 1920 x 1080 at 23.98p/24.00p/29.97p/59.94p/59.94i 50 Mbps at 59.94p 35 Mbps at other frame rates MXF (4:2:2/8-bit Long-GOP) Sound: LPCM/2-Ch, 16-bit/48 kHz Slow & Fast Recording: 1/4, 1/2, x2, x4, x10, x20, x60, x120, x1200 (30p playback) Slow recording is HD only 1/2 time: 1920 x 1080, 1/4: 1280 x 720|
|Processor||DIGIC DV 5|
I bought this camera, and was moderately pleased with the camera, small screen and big fingers do not go well. The picture quality, in post was OK, not OMG by any means. I am hoping, soon, Canon will see the opportunity to put a Super 35 in the XC15 and get rid of that moderate Lens with just the EF...
As an owner of a GH4 and Canon C100, I believe I have some perspective and I can give this camera an unbiased review. I just took it out for filming on Long Island and it worked great. Picture quality is astonishing. It has the high-dynamic range setting, like my C100, that I enjoy using.
This is one of the best compact camera I have used in the field. First of all I love that its so light and compact, second the quality of is very crisp and sharp at the HD level. For me its really a step up from using a DSLR like the 70D.
This is a spectacularly nice camera for my purposes---making video classes and blogs solo in my home studio. Spectacular image quality, easy to use and set up. The fixed lens is fine for my purposes, with plenty of mechanical zoom, and I love the fact that I can control everything remotely from an...
I bought the XC15 to replace my old camcorder. I shoot stock video for a living and mostly use Sony's. Well the more I used the XC15 the more I liked it so now it is my main camera to shoot everything with. The colors, handling and zoom on lens is just perfect. Thank-you for this little gem Canon!
My main camera is a C300. This complements it perfectly and makes a great second camera. Shooting in 4K makes it easy to compose a variety of shots in the edit, and the ability to match profiles ie excellent.
Thought I could handle the so called low light issues, but to no avail. This camera is decent for outdoor, daytime filming, and with wnough light, you'll get some 'okay' night time/low light shots, however, this works best for studio productions (big or small) and simple run n gun filiming as a B...
First, I primarily shoot with a Canon C300. Often working in remote locations with archaeologists - often handheld - a day with the C300 rigged for audio (shotgun and wireless) can leave me whipped. So, I bought the XC15 and did some testing.
If you're looking for a small pro video camcorder, then this should be it. It has everything one needs to make a pro video. The only con is that it needs a lot of tweaking when shooting in low light. Other than that, this video camera is awesome.
I've got the third one of these on the way. I shoot occasional client jobs lately, but spend more time teaching high-school-age filmmakers. I've been a digital filmmaker since the Canon XL-1 and Final Cut Pro 1.0.