Canon C100 was a new camcorder announced in August 23,2012, compared with its brother C300, C500, this C100 is much cheaper and the output workflow is also very good.
It costs about $7,999 , while the C300, $15999 and the top-end C500 ,$30000. I think it will put a noticeable dent in the use of mid- to upper- range HDSLRs for video production.
1080p 24Mbps up to 30p? AVCHD MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 codec,
4:2:0, 15% smaller than the C300, EF mount version only,
locking HDMI out, Canon Log Gamma,? Records to dual SD Cards
can also output uncompressed digital HD to an external recorder
As this C300 record videos in AVCHD MTS format, you may meet some problems when edit the video files such as edit in FCP. AVCHD is not supported by FCP natively, you will need to convert Canon C100 AVCHD to Apple ProRes 422MOV before editing in FCP. To do the job, Apple ProRes 422 Converter for Mac is a good tool.
1.Load AVCHD files
After install and launch the Canon C100 AVCHD Converter Mac, hit the “Add Files” button to import Canon C100 AVCHD MTS file. You can drag several files to the program directly
2.Choose output format
Apple ProRes MOV is the best format for Final Cut Pro, FCE and iMovie, here you just need to choose the target application as output format, for example, “Final Cut Pro”->”Apple ProRes 422(*.mov)”.
3.Transcode Can C100 AVCHD to FCP
At last, hit the “Convert” button to transcode Canon C100 AVCHD MTS to FCP. When the conversion is done, you can transfer Canon C100 AVCHD footage to FCP to edit then.
http://www.appleprores422converter.com/ ... converter/