Digital Bolex With Canon EF Mount Option - Canon EOS Technoclopedia

Model Sensor Processor Viewfinder Shutter Speeds
(s)
Max. Resolution Recording3 Audio Size (mm) Weight (g) Recording Media Power Sources Connections Produced Comments Tests/Reviews
Format (mm) MPixel1 Crop (H)2 Type Pixel Size (µm) Dyn. Range ISO (EV) Gain (dB) Size (") Pixel Cov. (%) Resolution (px) Format FPS Range Video Stills Batteries DC Remote Control Input/Output
Digital Bolex D16   [Super 16] 12.85 x 9.64 2.4 (2K) 2.80 Kodak CCD 5.5 12 stops 100 - 400     2.4 76800     2048 x 1152
1920 x 1080
CinemaDNG (RAW)
TIFF, JPEG
32 fps at 2K,
60fps at 720p,
90 fps at 480p
2CH 24bit 96kHz Body: 203.2 x 127 x 101.6
Grip: 127 x 127 x 50.8
2268 Dual CF, int. SSD
(256 or 500 GB)
yes internal (3 - 4h) 12V (4pin XLR) none Video: 3.5mm vid jack (640x480 b/w), HDSDI optional
Audio: 2x XLR in, 3.5mm headphone | Data: USB 3.0
2013* - 2016 *the arrival of the first ever fully working production version unit was reported in 08.2013; official shipping started in 12.2013
features 2 hot shoes for lighting and other accessories; the viewfinder features some focus assist technology and is retractable
 
Digital Bolex D16M(onochrom)                               2048 x 1152 CinemaDNG (RAW) 32 fps in S16 mode 2CH 24bit 96kHz Body: 203.2 x 127 x 101.6
Grip: 127 x 127 x 50.8
2268 Dual CF, SSD
(500GB internal)
  internal (4h) 12V (4pin XLR)   Video: 3.5mm video jack, HDMI | Other: 12V out
Audio: 2x XLR in, 3.5mm headphone | Data: USB 3.0
2014 - 2016    

General Notes:
1.) The Digital Bolex came in C-mount by default (looking at the Crop factor it makes perfect sense), with an interchangeable lens mounting plate. Canon EF, PL and B4 mounts were initially announced as options. The manual further mentions MFT, but no B4. The PL mount was released in 04.2014, the MFT mount existed as well. Since the EF mount was planned as dumb mount and as it seems wasn't released until Digital Bolex quit, people tend to use the MFT mount and electronic MFT-EF adapters to gain control over Canon EF lenses' iris. Refer to Still Lenses C/EF > Adapting EF > EF To Mirrorless for options.