When I first used the C100, I

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When I first used the C100, I too had grain in the video at high ISOs in low light situations. After watching the videos about the C100 from Canon it’s clear that you want to stay at ISO 850 whenever possible. I have found that you can go up to 4000/5000 ISO without grain, so adding a fast lens f1.4, f1.8, f2.0 helps out a lot. I was unable to get grainless footage at f4.0 with ISO 10,000. I shoot in churches a lot, and I have to use fast lenses or use an LED light, no other way around it.

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