I think this completely sums up why Canon didn't announce anything at NAB this year. It's also the reason why they've tended to slowly update their DSLR cameras. If the product is selling well you should continue to make your profit before introducing the next product. If the C100/300 weren't selling well, I'd bet that Canon would've teased their next release at NAB 2014. Since those cameras are working great for many, many people (myself included) they'll hold off until 2015 or 2016 with their next Cinema update. And it's not like Canon has been sitting on their hands with Cinema EOS series. They've added some great firmware upgrades recently to extend the usability of the cameras.
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