Excerpt: I didn't come from a C100 so paying the price for autofocus and no 4K and/or HFR was just OK. The operation of the C100 MKII is wonderful in terms of ergonomics and menu manipulation on the fly. I use the EVF 99% of the time and it works well for me.
Excerpt: I'm 16 years old and I bought this camera for making documentary shorts. So far, I really love the quality of the footage coming out of this camera. It is amazing how professional the video looks. This camera is great for shooting handheld / run-and-gun. I'd highly recommend using this.
Pros: Easy to Use, Good Image Stabilization, Good in Low Light, Great Picture Quality, Great Sound, Great Zoom, Large Clear LCD, Zoom range/performance
Excerpt: I love this thing, built in ND filters zoom focus to make sure you're in focus! The handle is nice too. Its only about 3 lbs in weight. I've had this camera for 6 months now and I am glad that I bought it, the file format takes some getting used to but it saves on storage and is easy to work with in...
Excerpt: Okay, so, no, there is no 4K. Not even 4.2.2. No SDI outs. No this or that. But, if you use 5D's and you are ready to step up but and are hesitating, don't delay any longer. If you can't quite afford the C300, and don't like the Sony Color Space, buy this camera.
Pros: Easy to Use, Good in Low Light, Great Picture Quality, Great Sound
Excerpt: This camera is a real gem. If you are looking for a combination of run and gun, documentaries and corporates don't hesitate for a second. Easy to use, great in low light, even the internal microphone is better than most.
How many ways can I say how much I love this camera?
MHeisler777, B&H Photo
24 September 2015
Excerpt: If you are reading this, you probably have already done your research on this camera. I will add that the auto focus upgrade is well worth the money. I film weddings and the low light is out of this world.
Pros: Good in Low Light, Great Picture Quality, Large Clear LCD
Excerpt: Great camera all round. I've used the Canon C100 mk I and this is a big step up. The EVF on the mk I is unusable and the monitor was cumbersome. The mk II solves these issues. I wouldn't call the EVF amazing, but it's OK.
Excerpt: After owning many different cameras when I first picked up the C100 I knew what I had been missing. It just feels right in my hand and the joystick on the hand grip is a godsend. I can navigate the menus and make adjustments very quickly.
Pros: Easy to Use, Good Image Stabilization, Good in Low Light, Great Picture Quality, Great Sound
Excerpt: I love this camera. I have been shooting with it for over a month now and have made the following observations: Pros: Easy to shoot. Menus are east to navigate. Adequate dynamic range. Great image quality. Great in low light.
Pros: Easy to Use, Good Image Stabilization, Good in Low Light, Great Picture Quality, Great Sound, Large Clear LCD
Excerpt: We run a wedding videography/commercial film production company that finally made the leap from DSLR to the C100 mark ii. We were driven to this decision by the near catastrophe of have a SD card go bad on us near the end of a wedding day and swore to never rely on a single memory card camera again.
Pros: Good in Low Light, Great Picture Quality, Great Sound, Large Clear LCD