To celebrate our relaunch of CineD, our partner CVP has prepared some special offers for our European readers. These include popular cameras from Canon, FUJIFILM, Panasonic, Sony and Z CAM, as well as useful accessories. (All prices include VAT)
Our European partner online store CVP, based in the UK, has decided to celebrate the website relaunch with us and has prepared some great special offers exclusively for our readers. We asked them to include current popular cameras in the package so that all offers are relevant.
When you shop in our partner's store, support CineD through our purchase links, as we receive a small partner commission (at no additional cost to you) after completing a purchase. Let's take a look at the offers!
Panasonic LUMIX S1 Bundle – € 245.57 savings
The first package contains the mirrorless full-frame camera from Panasonic – the LUMIX S1 (our test, our laboratory test). With the 24.2 megapixel sensor, the camera can record up to 4K 60P trimmed or 4K 30P untrimmed video. It offers good ergonomics, good IBIS and relatively clean images with a high ISO value. It was even named our camera of the year in 2019. The package also includes the Sigma MC-21 adapter and the Sony 120 GB XQD G-Series memory card.
Buy link: Panasonic LUMIX S1 Bundle was: € 2,856.44 Now: € 2,610.88 (Savings: € 245.57)
Panasonic LUMIX S1H Bundle – €328, 49 savings
The next package contains the newer mirrorless full-frame camera from Panasonic – the LUMIX S1H (our test, our laboratory test). The camera can record up to 6K 30P or a variety of 4K modes. It offers good ergonomics, good IBIS and relatively clean images with a high ISO value. The package also includes the Sigma MC-21 adapter for Canon EF lenses and the 5-inch monitor / recorder Atomos Ninja V. With the Ninja V, you can use this camera to record in 12-bit ProRes RAW. It's a very interesting combination in this price range.
Buy link: Panasonic LUMIX S1H Bundle was: € 4,830.89 Now: € 4,502.40 (Savings: € 328.49)
fujifilm x-t4 Bundle – € 112.82 savings
This interesting package contains the latest APS-C mirrorless camera Fujifilm x-t4 (our review). With the 26.1 megapixel sensor, the camera can record up to 4K 60P videos in 10-bit F-Log. It offers good ergonomics, a good IBIS and a fold-out screen. The package also includes the Atomos Ninja V 5-inch 1000-bit monitor / recorder and SanDisk's 128GB and 300GB / s SDXC memory card.
Buy Link: FUJIFILM X-T4 Bundle was: € 2,593.15 Now: € 2,480.33 (Savings: € 112.82)
Z CAM E2-M4 Bundle – €195.84 savings
The Z CAM E2 M4 is a new addition to the Z CAM line. It's basically the original Z CAM E2 without some features in a new case and at a lower price. For more information on this interesting Micro Four Thirds modular camera, check out my article from the start. In addition to the camera body, this package also includes the PortKeys BM5 MKII monitor (which can control the camera) and the Hawk-Woods DV-F990 battery.
Buy link: Z CAM E2-M4 Bundle was: €2,415.84 Now: €2,219.24 (Savings: €195.84)
Sony a7S III Bundle – €187.54 savings
Yes that's right. Even the brand new Sony a7S III is included in this CVP special. The camera is slated for delivery in September 2020, but has already caused a lot of excitement. 12 megapixel full image sensor, UHD in up to 120 P, Full HD in up to 240 P, all modes available internally in 10-bit 4: 2: 2, no overheating, (almost) no cropping, fold-out screen, full size HDMI… This camera seems to have ticked a lot of boxes. To find out more, you can read some of our previous articles – Tech Specs News, Johnnie's Review, or Philip's 75 Minute Review. In this package you get the Atomos Ninja V camera housing (which can record 12-bit ProRes RAW with this camera) and the SmallRig 3007 Cage.
Buy link: Sony a7S III Bundle was: €4,887.12 Now: €4,699.58 (Savings: €187.54th)
Sony FX9 Bundle – €324 savings
The FX9 is the new full-screen cinema camera from Sony. It was announced in September 2019 and offers solid 10-bit internal recording modes, very good autofocus, audio, internal eND and more. Make sure to check out our hands-on and footage article, as well as Greenscreen's two-hour in-depth review of the camera. With this package you receive the camcorder housing with a Sony 120 GB XQD G-series memory card and a replacement battery for Sony BP-U60 56 Wh (another battery is already supplied with the camera).
Buy link: Sony FX9 Bundle was: €12,725.64 Now: €12,401.64 (Savings: €324)
Canon EOS 1DX Mark III Bundle – €481.91 savings
The 1DX Mark III is Canon's latest generation of professional DSLRs. The camera is primarily aimed at professional photographers, but it also offers some serious video specs. It can internally record 12-bit RAW video at 5.5 KB at 60 frames per second. It also features Canon's excellent Dual Pixel AF system. You can find out more in our 1DX Mark III review. This set also includes the Canon 24-70mm f / 2.8L II EF mount lens and the Sandisk 512GB 1700MB / s CFexpress card.
Buy link: Canon EOS 1DX Mark III Bundle was: €9,620.00 Now: €9,138.19 (Savings: €481.91)
Canon EOS R6 Bundle – €144.82 savings
The R6 is one of two newly introduced mirrorless cameras from Canon. It is the cheaper sibling of the Canon R5 with a lower resolution. It offers 4K60p internal video in 10-bit with no cropping and AF. Because the 20.1 MP full frame sensor is oversampled, it offers better image quality, but at the cost of some overheating issues. For more information, see our Canon R6 review. This set includes an additional Canon LP-E6NH battery and a Canon 24-105mm 1: 4L RF mount lens.
Buy link: Canon EOS R6 Bundle was: €4,061.14th Now: €3,916.32 (Savings: €144.82)
Canon EOS R5 Bundle – €230.68 savings
The R5 is the other of Canon's two newly introduced mirrorless cameras. With its 45 MP full frame sensor, it offers internal 8K30p RAW video recording as well as 4K60p in 10-bit – both without cropping and with AF. Just like its cheaper siblings, this camera also suffers from some overheating issues. Take a look at our news post from the launch of Canon R5 to find out more. This set contains an additional Canon LP-E6NH battery and a Sandisk 512 GB 1700 MB / s CFexpress memory card.
Buy link: Canon EOS R5 Bundle was: €5,321.89 Now: €5,091.22nd (Savings: €230.68th)
Canon EOS C300 Mark III Bundle – €521.27 savings
The Canon EOS C300 Mark III was also announced this year. It is a successor to one of Canon's most popular cinema cameras – the C300 Mark II. The new generation offers uncut 4K120p video on the Super35 sensor as well as a modular structure, internal ND filters and dual-pixel AF. You can find more information in our laboratory test as well as in Ninos C300 Mark III test. With this package you also receive a Canon 24-70 MM F2.8L II USM EF mount lens and a SanDisk CFexpress Extreme Pro 512 GB memory card.
Buy link: Canon EOS C300 Mark III Bundle was: €13,967.33rd Now: €13,446.06 (Savings: €521.27)
Canon EOS C500 Mark II Bundle – €523.70 savings
The Canon EOS C500 Mark II is a full screen cinema camera that supports 5.9K videos. When it was announced last year, the camera introduced the new modular design. You can find more information in our laboratory test as well as in our first practical video. With this package you also receive a Canon BP-A60 (OTH) battery and a SanDisk CFexpress Extreme Pro 512 GB memory card.
Buy link: Canon EOS C500 Mark II Bundle was: €19,452.65 Now: €18,928.94 (Savings: €523.70)
* CVP terms and conditions apply. All products are subject to availability. We reserve the right to withdraw the promotion at any time without prior notice. All descriptions of the promotional item are for illustrative purposes only and there may be slight deviations in the size and color of the goods delivered. The Promoter reserves the right to change these terms and conditions at any time and to change or withdraw this promotion at any time. Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer. CVP uses prices as of August 7, 2020 and uses live exchange rates that are converted into GBP currency. The currency exchange can affect the amount to be paid.
What do you think of these camera bundles? Are you thinking of buying a new camera this year? Let us know in the comments section below the article.