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Canon HV20 High Definition Camcorder

Posted in Camcorders,Canon by Paul Patterson on February 2nd, 2007

Canon HV20 High Definition CamcorderAspiring filmmakers need look no further than Canon’s HV20 High Definition Camcorder to achieve a cinematic look with their videos. The HV20 has a 24p Cinema Mode which allows the camcorder’s frame rate to be adjusted to 24p – the same frame rate as movie film. In addition, a CINE setting changes the color and tonal characteristics of your video to evoke the look and feel of a movie shown in a theater.

The HV20 HD Camcorder records true 1080 high definition video, includes a 10x HD video zoom lens, and Canon’s True HD …

Panasonic develops world’s lightest full HD camcorders

Posted in Camcorders by Conner Flynn on May 21st, 2009

Panasonic develops world’s lightest full HD camcordersPanasonic has delivered the HDC-SD10 and HDC-TM10 camcorders, which weigh less than 230g. And so they are being touted as the lightest camcorders with full high-definition capabilities. At least until someone beats them with something even lighter.

They’ll record 1080p video in AVCHD format and boast 16x optical zoom and Advanced O.I.S (Optical Image Stabilizer) technology. Both record to SD/SDHC memory cards, but the HDC-TM10 also comes with 8GB of onboard storage capacity.

JVC debuts new Everio hybrid camcorder

Posted in Camcorders by Nino Marchetti on March 3rd, 2009


The tech wizards over at JVC have on their hands today a new dual-use camera that shoots high definition video and high resolution digital still images. It is part of the company’s Everio line up and will cost around $1,000 when it debuts in June.

The JVC GZ-X900, or Everio X, is a all-in-one digital camera weighing around 0.66 pounds. It is capable of shooting both nine-megapixel digital pictures and also 1920 x 1080 Full HD AVCHD video. These digital media captures are recorded to SDHC memory cards.


Canon Camcorders Sport New HD Image Processor

Posted in Camcorders by Nino Marchetti on January 5th, 2009

Canon VIXIA HV40 HDV Camcorder

Canon unveiled prior to the Consumer Electronics Show this week new high definition camcorders and standard definiton camcorders. The HD camcorders, in particular the high-end VIXIA HV40 HDV, are of note because they feature a new Canon digital image processor known as DIGIC DV III.

Canon says its DIGIC DV III image processor has a higher speed engine, offering better color reproduction, clairty and noise reduction. It is also the backbone behind some other new Canon HD camcorder features, including 8-megapixel photo capture, face detection technology and an enhanced auto exposure system.

Hitachi announces DX-BD10HA Blu-ray camcorder

Posted in Camcorders by Conner Flynn on August 11th, 2008

Hitachi announces DX-BD10HA Blu-ray camcorder
Hitachi’s annouced it’s tri-format Blu-ray camcorder, the DZ-BD10HA, along with a list-price. It uses a 7-megapixel CMOS sensor that’s capable of both full 1920 x 1080 High Definition images and video. It can record directly onto either 8cm Blu-ray discs, the 30GB hard-drive, or onto an SDHC memory card.

One nice feature is that footage on the hard-drive or SDHC card can be re-dubbed to the Blu-ray drive without having to hook up to a computer, if you want to split, splice, delete, merge, and transition etc. It will also convert footage into standard definition and burn to a DVD if that’s what you want. There’s a lot to like here. Including the price which is a surprisingly reasonable $999. It will be available in September 2008.

New DXG camcorder targets YouTubers

Posted in Camcorders by Nino Marchetti on June 27th, 2008


DXG USA is out with a new HD camcorder designed for easy uploading of video to sites like YouTube. The new DXG-567V is priced at around $180.

The DXG-567V is designed to capture and share high-definition video, up to 1280 x 720 at 30 frames-per-second (FPS). It is a pocket sized device which comes with software for video uploads. DXG says the software works by connecting “the DXG-567V’s retractable USB connector to a computer to automatically launch its menu and instantly upload videos from the camera to YouTube, a blog or other Web video site.”

JVC offers up new 1920×1080 HDD camcorders

Posted in Camcorders by Nino Marchetti on February 1st, 2008

JVC GZ-HD6JVC offered up earlier this week for consumer consumption some new high definition hard disk camcorders which deliver 1920×1080 recording. These are the JVC GZ-HD6 and GZ-HD5, priced at around $1,400 and $1,200 respectively.

The JVC GZ-HD6 and GZ-HD5 can record up to 10 hours or 5 hours respectively of “full HD 1920 x 1080 MPEG2 Transport Stream video with MPEG 1 Layer 2 audio.” They use three 1/5-inch CCDs to accomplish this, also featuring an F1.8-F1.9 10x zoom lens and 1080 progressive 60fps HDMI output.

JVC said both camcorders will be available in March. You can get the full details after the jump.

CES 2008

Sony shows off new HD camcorders for 2008

Posted in Camcorders,CES 2008,Sony by Nino Marchetti on January 10th, 2008

Sony HDR-SR12Sony, the proclaimed leader in the high-definition camcorder category, rolled into CES this week with six new HD camcorder models. They offer features like 1920 x 1080 resolution recording and face detection technology. Sony says “the SR12, SR11, SR10, UX20 and UX10 models will all ship in March for about $1,400, $1,200, $1,000, $1,000 and $800, respectively. The HDR-HC9 camcorder will ship in February for about $1,100.”

The consumer electronics giant added that all these new camcorders feature a new high-profile encoding system and, depending upon the model, offer other must haves like high resolution digital still captures and hybrid/hybrid plus movie recording.

You can get the full details of these new Sony HD camcorders after the jump.

CES 2008

DXG rolls out low cost HD camcorder

Posted in Camcorders,CES 2008,DXG USA by Nino Marchetti on January 5th, 2008

DXG-566V HDDXG USA plans to debut its first “low cost” high definition camcorder at CES. This camcorder is known as the DXG-566V HD and it is priced at around $150.

The DXG-566V HD is a five megapixel digital camcorder which will let you record in HD video resolution up to 1280 x 720 at 30fps and D1 resolution of 720 x 480 at 30fps. It sports a three-inch camcorder style flip-out LCD screen, memory storage via SD cards and 2x digital zoom.

Hitachi Launches First Blu-ray Camcorders

Posted in Blu-ray,Camcorders,Hitachi by Chris Weber on August 2nd, 2007

Hitachi DZ-BD7H Blu-ray CamcorderToday Hitachi has announced two new Blu-ray disc camcorders which they are calling the worlds first camcorders that can record high-definition video to Blu-ray. Both camcorders have the ability to record full high-definition video directly to a single-side, single-layer Blu-ray disc giving up to one hour of 1920×1080 resolution video on the disc.

The DZ-BD7H model is actually a “hybrid” camcorder with the ability to record the high-definition video to either the Blu-ray disc or an internal 30GB hard drive which can hold up to four hours of the 1920×1080 high-def video. Once recorded onto …

Canon HG10 AVCHD Hard Disk Drive Camcorder

Posted in Camcorders,Canon,HD by Nino Marchetti on August 1st, 2007

Canon HG10 AVCHD Hard Disk Drive CamcorderCanon is looking to capture the attention of those wanting to record high definition footage on camcorders. It announced today the October release of the Canon HG10 AVCHD Hard Disk Drive Camcorder.

The HG10, priced at around $1,300, will let you capture up to 15 hours of HD footage. Its compact body houses a 10x video lens, 2.7-inch LCD display and HDMI port for connecting to a HDTV. You also get useful features like optical image stabilization, instant auto focus, 3.1-megapixel photos captured to a miniSD card and a quick start.


Panasonic HDC-SD5 HD Camcorder

Posted in Camcorders,HD,Panasonic by Darrin Olson on July 30th, 2007

Panasonic HDC-SD5 high definition camcorderPanasonic is answering the call for HD home videos with a couple of new hi-def camcorders, one of which being the new HDC-SD5. The HD5 uses Panasonic’s original 3CCD HD-camcorder that records video at a 1920×1080 resolution along with an advanced O.I.S. system to help keep your shots from having the shakes, even when you do. The HDC-SD5 also makes use of a lens from the well-known Leica Camera using 12 lens elements in eight groups with a low-dispersion glass to help keep crisp, defined colors in the video.

Media is recorded onto SD/SDHC …

JVC debuts new HDD camcorder with 3-CCD sensor

Posted in Camcorders,JVC by Nino Marchetti on July 19th, 2007

JVC HD Everio GZ-HD3JVC is getting ready to bring another high definition hard disk drive camcorder to market for those who want higher end video recording conveniences. The new JVC HD Everio GZ-HD3 will go on sale in early September for around $1,300.

The JVC HD Everio GZ-HD3 has a 3-CCD image sensor and is capable of doing 1440 x 1080 HD style recording. It has a processing engine which processes images from the sensor in native progressive mode to keep HD quality. It also sports a Konica Minolta HD zoom lens and a built-in 60GB hard drive for upwards of seven hours of HD recording.

Canon HR10 HD Camcorder

Posted in Camcorders,Canon by Chetz on May 9th, 2007

Canon HR10 HD CamcorderCanon has pumped out a new camcorder tailored to attract the interest of those seeking the sharpest high definition images for their handheld video memories.

The Canon HR10 HD Camcorder combines several of the company’s optical accomplishments into one such as offering a full HD 1920 x 1080 CMOS image sensor, a 10x optical zoom lens and uses Advanced Video Codec High Definition (AVCHD) to record the high def images to your standard issue 3-inch (8cm) DVD discs that can be played back on compatible DVD players including most Blu-ray ones. It also takes …

New 3CCD HD Camcorders from Panasonic

Posted in Camcorders,Digital Video,News,Panasonic by Darrin Olson on December 10th, 2006

Panasonic 3CCD High Definition AVCHD CamcordersPanasonic has recently unveiled two new high definition camcorders with some big screen features in tiny packages. The HDC-SD1 and HDC-DX1 are similar camcorders but both record high def in slightly different ways. The HDC-DX1 (pictured on the left) records onto DVD discs, and the HDC-SD1 records onto small (in size not capacity) SDHC memory cards.

The HDC-SD1 has some advantages with recording onto the memory cards by having no moving parts required in order to save the data. It has fewer parts to break, and is more resistant to shock. …

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