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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...

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...

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...

Is Video the Future of Still Photography?

14 November 2008
Published in Electronic Market

Microsoft expert, Kostas Mallios discusses the move to photography becoming one with video in the future.

At the Pro Photo Summit, Kostas Mallios, general manager of the Rich Media Group at Microsoft, talked about the direction he believes photography is headed and what he sees coming in the near future. Having video and still-image capabilities in the same product is something he saw as inevitable and very exciting...

Canon Debuts HG10 AVCHD

18 October 2007
Published in Video Cameras
p>Canon's new HG10 AVCHD Hard Disk Drive Camcorder offers advanced features and extended recording time. The camcorder has the ability of capturing up to 15 hours of high-definition footage and has a genuine Canon 10x HD video lens. Additionally, the camcorder features Canon's full HD CMOS image sensor, proprietary Digic DV II image processor, SuperRange optical image stabilization and instant autofocus. The small-bodied camcorder uses Canon's full HD CMOS sensor to capture images at 1,920 x 1,080 resolution. To achieve the look of film, the camcorder features 24p Cinema Mode and has the ability to capture 3.1-megapixel photos to a miniSD card. Using the Photo Grab function, the user can easily grab 2-megapixel stills and transfer them directly from the HD...