Blue Earth
Glazer's Camera
On The Market

Canon Introduces Six New Vixia Flash Memory Camcorders

15 May 2012
Published in : Video Cameras

With its latest line of HD flash memory camcorders, Canon has focused on a couple of hot-ticket items including social sharing functionality and improved low-light performance. Other features include a newly designed HD CMOS pro image sensor, intelligent image stabilization and the ability to capture MP4 recordings. Canon has also created a new auto audio selection feature that differentiates between settings such as music, speaking and outdoor noise...

Panasonic Now Offers 2D/3D Camcorder

24 October 2011
Published in : Video Cameras

With the Z10000, Panasonic has released a high-end, 2D/3D, dual-lens camcorder. The Z10000 also comes with three control rings, dual XLR audio inputs and full manual controls.

Both lenses have a 3MOS sensor (with an effective pixel count of 6.57 megapixels each), which, when used with the 3D video macro setting, records at approximately 17.8 inches.

The Z10000 also has a 3.5-inch 3D LCD, which functions as a 3D viewer without need for 3D viewing equipment...

Zoom Releases First Point-and-Shoot Camcorder with Full HD Video, Audio

13 April 2011
Published in : Video Cameras

Zoom has combined its video and audio technology to create the Q3HD, the first entry-level camcorder to offer both full HD video and HD audio (24-bit/96kHz).

To offer users a variety of shooting options, the Q3HD records in 1080p at 30fps or in 720p at 30 and 60fps. With 4x digital zoom and a larger, redesigned aperture, this unit offers users better handheld lighting options...

Canon's Debuts New Lineup of Vixia Full HD 1080p Flash Camcorders

14 March 2011
Published in : Video Cameras

Canon has announced the release of eight Vixia High Definition flash memory camcorders. This new line includes the flagship model (Vixia HF G10), a high-end model (Vixia HF S30), three compact model (Vixia HF M-series), and three entry-level models (Vixia HF R-series).

For video professionals, Canon has improved their camcorder sensors with a new HD CMOS Pro Image Sensor available in the flagship and compact versions. This new sensor incorporates larger, more sensitive pixels resulting in higher video resolution (full 1080p HD), 25 percent better low-light performance, and a nearly tripled dynamic range...

Canon Announces Dual Flash Memory Camcorder

30 October 2010
Published in : Video Cameras

With 64GB of internal flash memory and an external SDXC memory card reader, Canon’s Vixia HF M32 Dual Flash Memory camcorder can store up to two terabytes of memory.

With the internal Flash alone, the camcorder can record up to 24 hours of HD video. Once memory cards are added, the device is enhanced not just with the storage capacity, but with increased data-transfer speeds.

This model possesses many of the features found in its predecessor’s...

Sony Debuts HD Camcorder with Interchangeable Lenses

29 October 2010
Published in : Video Cameras
p>Sony has unveiled the NEX-VG10, an interchangeable-lens HD camcorder with an extra-large Exmor APS HD CMOS sensor.

Compatible with high-grade, E-mount lenses, the VG10 is optimized for video shooting with silent operation and autofocus. With the use of a mount adapter, it is also compatible with many A-mount lenses from Sony’s DSLR camera line.

Outfitted with an Exmor APS HD CMOS sensor, the camcorder enables videographers to shoot...

Samsung Adds Four H-Series Camcorders, Wi-Fi Connectivity to S-Series

15 March 2010
Published in : Video Cameras

Samsung debuts four full-HD camcorders, the HMX-H200, HMX-H203, HMX-H204 and HMX-H205 — all of which have enhanced BSI CMOS sensors and low-light capabilities.

The H-series has internal solid-state drives, which offer fast boot-up and read-write speeds, and increased durability compared to other hard-disk memory devices. Memory size ranges from a 32GB SSD in the H205 to a 16GB SSD in the H204, an 8GB SSD in the H203 and an external HD/SDHC memory card in the HMX-H200.

All four camcorders, to be released in March, feature a...

RED Offers Latest Pro, Consumer Video Cameras

14 March 2010
Published in : Video Cameras

RED has released the Scarlet, a 3K video camera available either in “brain” format — the interchangeable lens version — or with a fixed 8x zoom lens.

The camera can capture 120 fps, records at 720p or full HD 1080p, and has a 4.8-inch LCD screen with touch-focus tracking capabilities. The Scarlet “brain” has a lens mount that is compatible with RED, Canon and Nikon lenses and retails for $2,750. The five optional fixed-focal-length, interchangeable RED lenses range from 6 to 50mm and retail for $950 each. The fixed-lens version of the camera retails for...

Page 1 of 4