Canon recently re-launched their new 4K outdoor camera product, the Canon CR-X300. This Canon CR-X300 can function as a traditional camera as well as a surveillance camera. And this all-in-one Camera can be widely used in various outdoor shooting scenes such as weather monitoring. Outdoor sports event live broadcast, wildlife shooting, amusement park, and so on.
Canon CR-X300 Performance
For performance, the Canon CR-X300 is powered by the Digic DV6 image processor and uses the same core components as professional cameras. It supports Full HD super-sampling HD processing from 4K sensors and can incorporate 4K UHD pixels acquired by 4K CMOS image sensors.
These cameras from Canon are not only equipped with the standard anti-shock function, which can offer 4-way image stabilization with vertical/horizontal rotation correction. The camera is also equipped with a stronger shockproof function with superior correction effects, perfect for telephoto shooting.
As for the size of the Canon CR-X300 sensor, it is 1/2.3 inch CMOS. The Canon CR-X300 has a 20x zoom lens with 4K optics, supports 29.3mm wide-angle to 601mm telephoto. Aand can shoot and shoot high quality 4K 30P / 4:2:2 10-bit video, suitable for a variety of wide-angle video shooting scenes. To ultra-telephoto.
And Canon designed it with IP65 waterproof and dustproof certification. There are also electric wipers and a body made of anti-corrosion material. This way, the camera can be used in high winds. And heavy rain outdoor environments without the need for a protective case.
The CR-X300 also features a portable handheld gimbal that can be safely and easily carried with one hand when it is necessary to use it in various scenes. In addition, this camera supports “PoE++,” which can use a LAN cable to supply power and control it. This allows for savings in cabling and unit costs.
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