Canon today announced the development of a new feature on its Pro DSLR EOS-1D C that will soon be able to record video in both 4K and 25 fps. Taking into account the feedback of European professional videographers, the EOS-1D C firmware that is yet to come in April 2013 will allow the HDSLR to record movies at 25 frames / second in 4K resolution. Designed specifically for the film, television and production, the high resolution DSLR EOS-1D C is the first Digital SLR to enable video capture in 4K. Pretty compact, it is optimized to ensure quality footages and this, even in low light, thanks to iots full frame sensor. It offers an extensive dynamic range as well and is pretty versatile, it can be used in almost any shooting conditions. The EOS-1D C can record videos 4K (4096 x 2160 pixels) with a 8-bit Motion JPEG compression. It can also send simultaneously, thanks to its HDMI port, a Full HD uncompressed signal (1920 x 1080 pixels) to a YCbCr 4:2:2 external recorder. Full HD video can also be recorded directly on CF cards with speeds up to 1080/60p.