Jaguar F-PACE tested the latest Canon EOS cameraFebruary 27, 2020
The new camera allows you to shoot video with a resolution of 5.9K.
The British car company, together with Canon Europe, tested a new camera that allows you to shoot at speeds up to 60 frames per second and has all the cutting edge technology. The Canon EOS C500 Mark II camera was installed on the Jaguar F-PACE crossover.
It is noted that to shoot the film, the entire F-PACE line was brought to the new camera, including the 550-strong version of the SVR with a V engine, gaining the first 100 km/h in just 4.3 seconds. So, the F-PACE SVR crossover with a specially tuned the chassis showed its capabilities in sharp turns on serpentine in Velefika in southern Spain.
A camera crane with a camera was placed on the F-PACE, and the crossover itself was covered with a matte film, so as not to spoil the picture with reflections of other cars.
Note that the Jaguar F-PACE received Configurable Dynamics personalization technology, which allows the driver to select driving modes that change the settings of the suspension, throttle, as well as transmission and steering.
The crossover has a double wishbone front suspension and Integral Link suspension is installed at the rear for the most precise handling and comfort. As a result, the shooting equipment was stable even on winding mountain roads, and thanks to the Canon EOS C500 Mark II image stabilization technology and the Dual Pixel Auto Focus function, the camera had an ideal focus on crossovers.
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