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Canon C-Log - Now Available On The Canon EOS 5D Mark IV

Canon C-Log is now available for Canon EOS 5D Mark IV cameras and Fixation can install it for you.

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Canon C log

If you're a Canon user and filmmaker, you've probably heard of C-Log, the colour profile for shooting video used by Cinema EOS cameras. 

C-Log is basically a colour profile used in filmmaking to preserve as much of the image detail as possible. It delivers an image with 12 stops of dynamic range at ISO 400 or higher. This provides maximum flexibility in post-production. 

Canon has now released C-Log as a firmware update for the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV, marking the first time the profile has been available on a DSLR. This gives those who shoot film with DSLR a fantastic opportunity to let their creativity reign free. 

C-Log isn't like a normal firmware update that you can install yourself - you need to get the upgrade done by professionals. London based sensor cleaning and image professionals Fixation can perform the update for you at the same price as the official Canon team - £62.95 plus VAT. Visit Fixation's Canon repair page to get yourself booked in for the update. 

Find out more about Canon C-Log in Fixation's blog post.

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