All footage belongs to Tyler Stableford.
Here is some 1080 / 60FPS 1DC footage that has been sharpened in Premiere CS6, it's also had some slight noise removal applied but the filter wasn't really too good. Better results could be had with correct noise removal filters. The 60FPS footage as most of knew is quite soft and even more so when you get to see the full resolution files. It's a real shame that for the asking price of the 1DC canon could not put more effort into this mode, they clearly have the technology but I can't help but feel as if they don't want to produce DSLR's that shoot video, just photo cameras with tweaks. The 5D MKII was a popular mistake, it's almost like they approach the 1DC with that same attitude. Let's chuck on these features and see if its a success.
There is a lot of negativity around this camera when compared to C100, C300 or even the FS700 but the fact of the matter is nothing can be had that shoots 4K in this size and internally. People who say buy a RED really need to research the final price a proper working RED setup and others will say buy a Black Magic which is a camera that is great in its own right but still not a DSLR that does 4K. I do believe the asking price for the 1DC is too expensive but I also think you should buy the right tools for the right job and if this is a tool that ticks all the boxes you should ignore what others say and buy a camera that you know will allow you work at your best potential. Equipment does not make a film great, the person behind it does.
With that being said the Canon 1DC will be an extremely robust setup unlike every other 4K option on the market. It will be a true workhorse in any type of weather conditions and it will truly allow you run and gun with speed and 4k image quality.