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Canon unveils a new High-Definition Flash camcorder to ensure a bolder, sharper future for all filmmakers

22 Oct

Isn’t it time you were able to take your high-definition aspirations with you? When it comes to camcorders that satisfy both technological and aesthetical needs, they are few and far between. But whether you’re a loving father compiling family moments, a business manager performing market research or a professional who needs a touch of mobility, Canon has the perfect camcorder for you.

Canon camcorders are a technological marvel that offer True 1920 X 1080 Full HD experiences – capturing Full HD Video by using Full HD CMOS Sensors. And in what is considered an industry first, Canon is also the only brand that offers the highest bit rate video recording at 24 Mbps. Your videos are thus guaranteed of the highest production quality. Coupled with the Canon HD Video Lens that provides superior resolution and vivid sharpness, and Canon’s renowned Digic DV II Image Processor, users are guaranteed that their cherished memories are captured in the best high-definition quality experience. The use of an intelligent lithium ion battery also guarantees longer shooting times without disappointing power failures. Whether you’re a novice filmmaker with ambitious dreams or a technically-fastidious professional with an eye for details, this AVCHD high-definition flash video camcorder is a must-have in your production arsenal.
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After the huge success of the brand’s foray into solid-state camcorders, Canon redefines high-definition elegance and portability with the new Canon HF11; a sleek, Dual-Flash Memory camcorder which literally packs everything you need.

The solution for superb zoom and intuitive shooting
Thanks to a widescreen LCD monitor, it’s now easier than ever to get the shot you want. Whether you’re shooting a movie or still, both camcorders enable an admirable optical 12X zoom. A convenient joystick (rather than a navigation control dial) is also positioned on the LCD panel area for easier manipulation of the controls. A helpful copy function between memories lets you navigate recorded footage easily as well.

Imagine a distinctly compact camcorder that’s the size of a can drink, with microphone and headphone jacks, smart lens and image stabilization, and you’ll come close to the aesthetics of the Canon HF11. And if you love getting your images printed as soon as you snap them, you’d appreciate the PictBridge compatibility. The camcorder also comes with an HDMI connector and a mini AV terminal for headphones and special D output.

What’s more; it’s a cinch to share movies and photos, as it uses readily available SD/SDHC cards, high-speed USB 2.0, and lets you operate the exposure and audio levels with manual controls. And for added convenience, it is designed with mini accessories shoes, and comes with an electrically powered lens cover, with built-in flash.

Dual Flash Memory Advantage Enhance Ruggedness
The advantage of using Dual Flash Memory, as seen in the HF11, is the complete lack of fragile parts. Besides the ultra compact and lightweight body, there is also instant start-up, which means you can power-on and start shooting immediately – thanks to the combination of DIGIC DV with flash memory-based technology – making sure you don’t lose any magic moments. And since there are no moving parts, its operation is ultra-silent. Best of all, you enjoy a longer recording time with or without using an SD card, as it offers up to 12hrs 15mins of video recording on 32GB built-in memory in LP mode.

 
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Posted by on October 22, 2008 in Canon

 

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