Z CAM E2-F8 Full-Frame 8K Cinematic Camera (EF Mount)

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The technical details behind this camera

Z CAM E2-F8 Full-Frame 8K Cinematic Camera (EF Mount) offers impressive features and performance. The camera features a full-frame sensor with 10-bit 4:2:2 colour support and nominal 14 stops of dynamic range, supports timecode, shoots up to 8K at up to 30 fps, and records data up to 300 Mb/s onto CFast 2.0 media. It captures professional high-definition cinema footage with the Z CAM E2-F8 Full-Frame 8K Cinema Camera with a Canon EF lens mount. The E2-F8 can be controlled via serial ports, a 2.5mm LANC connector, a USB Type-C port, an Ethernet port, or the Z Camera iOS app to control the camera via Wi-Fi and to view a live image preview and to configure settings. The camera can record time-lapse, slow motion, and can even live stream via its Gigabit Ethernet port. You can control it locally by the buttons along the side of the camera. Supported recording formats include ZRAW format, which supports 12-bit, MOV, and MP4 using H.265 for 10-bit recording, and H.264 which supports 8-bit recording. Its HDMI 2.0 port supports 4K60, 10-bit 4:2:2 video output. Audio is recorded in 24-bit 48 kHz using AAC or PCM (PCM for MOV format only) through its 3.5mm stereo jack or via a separately available XLR connector using its 5-pin LEMO port.

Key features
  • 12-Bit ZRAW Recording
  • 14 Stops of Dynamic Range
  • Record up to 8K30 Video

Top three Reasons we think you will love this camera
  • Excellent Features
  • Reliable Design
  • Features Full-Frame CMOS Sensor

Our expert's opinion

Experience incredible 8K capture and recording. Z CAM E2-F8 Full-Frame 8K Cinematic Camera (EF Mount) provides stunning features that achieve exceptional results. Unburdened by a recording time limit, you can record 8K up to 30 fps for up to the limit of your recording media's capacity.