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Canon DC330 camcorder

Dennis Hissink
CES report
Wednesday 9th, January 2008
Posted by: Dennis Hissink

Canon announces the launch of a new direct-to-DVD camcorder featuring its Advanced Zoom system. The Canon DC330 combines the ultra-convenience of straight-to-DVD recording with the most powerful zoom - up to 45x - of any Canon camcorder yet. Providing crisp, clear image quality - from wide to telephoto - Advanced Zoom opens up new possibilities for moviemakers shooting sports, wildlife and other distant subjects straight to disc. Since the majority of TVs on sale today are native widescreen, the Canon DC330 is equipped for True Wide 16:9 recording. Compatibility with DVD Dual Layer (DVD-R DL) media and Canon’s high capacity battery pack extends recording time, allowing every moviemaker to capture that extra shot.

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Canon DC330

Canon DC320 camcorder

Posted by: Mark Peters Wednesday 9th, January 2008

Canon announces the launch of a new direct-to-DVD camcorder featuring its Advanced Zoom system. The Canon DC320 combines the ultra-convenience of straight-to-DVD recording with the most powerful zoom - up to 45x - of any Canon camcorder yet. Providing crisp, clear image quality - from wide to telephoto - Advanced Zoom opens up new possibilities for moviemakers shooting sports, wildlife and other distant subjects straight to disc. Since the majority of TVs on sale today are native widescreen, the Canon DC320 is equipped for True Wide 16:9 recording. Compatibility with DVD Dual Layer (DVD-R DL) media and Canon’s high capacity battery pack extends recording time, allowing every moviemaker to capture that extra shot.

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Canon DC311 camcorder

Posted by: Ilse Jurrien Wednesday 9th, January 2008

Canon announces the launch of a new direct-to-DVD camcorder featuring its Advanced Zoom system. The Canon DC311 combines the ultra-convenience of straight-to-DVD recording with the most powerful zoom - up to 45x - of any Canon camcorder yet. Providing crisp, clear image quality - from wide to telephoto - Advanced Zoom opens up new possibilities for moviemakers shooting sports, wildlife and other distant subjects straight to disc. Since the majority of TVs on sale today are native widescreen, the Canon DC311 is equipped for True Wide 16:9 recording. Compatibility with DVD Dual Layer (DVD-R DL) media and Canon’s high capacity battery pack extends recording time, allowing every moviemaker to capture that extra shot.

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Canon DC301 camcorder

Posted by: Ralf Jurrien Wednesday 9th, January 2008

Canon announces the launch of a new direct-to-DVD camcorder featuring its Advanced Zoom system. The Canon DC301 combines the ultra-convenience of straight-to-DVD recording with the most powerful zoom - up to 45x - of any Canon camcorder yet. Providing crisp, clear image quality - from wide to telephoto - Advanced Zoom opens up new possibilities for moviemakers shooting sports, wildlife and other distant subjects straight to disc. Since the majority of TVs on sale today are native widescreen, the Canon DC301 is equipped for True Wide 16:9 recording. Compatibility with DVD Dual Layer (DVD-R DL) media and Canon’s high capacity battery pack extends recording time, allowing every moviemaker to capture that extra shot.

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Sony UX20

Posted by: Mark Peters Wednesday 9th, January 2008

As the leader in the high-definition camcorder category, Sony is further expanding the industry with the introduction of a new HD camcorder model. The Sony HDR-UX20 DVD camcorder is based on AVCHD technology and feature full 1920 x 1080 high-definition recording for outstanding clarity and detail. The Sony UX20 camcorder delivers the highest HD resolution available without sacrificing recording times. The Sony HDR-UX20 features a new high-profile encoding system to optimize encoding efficiency. And, because the Sony HDR UX20 is based on the industry-standard MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 video codec, the camcorder enters the market compatible with many third-party editing suites.

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Sony UX10

Posted by: Ilse Jurrien Wednesday 9th, January 2008

As the leader in the high-definition camcorder category, Sony is further expanding the industry with the introduction of a new HD camcorder model. The Sony HDR-UX10 DVD camcorder is based on AVCHD technology and feature full 1920 x 1080 high-definition recording for outstanding clarity and detail. The Sony UX10 camcorder delivers the highest HD resolution available without sacrificing recording times. The Sony HDR-UX10 features a new high-profile encoding system to optimize encoding efficiency. And, because the Sony HDR UX10 is based on the industry-standard MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 video codec, the camcorder enters the market compatible with many third-party editing suites.

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Sony DVD710

Posted by: Ilse Jurrien Wednesday 9th, January 2008

Sony expects to shake up the camcorder industry with the introduction of its 2008 line of DVD Handycam camcorders featuring hybrid and hybrid-plus movie recording. “People have been drawn to the DVD category because they are so easy to use,” said Kelly Davis, director of camcorder marketing at Sony Electronics. “Our 2008 line offers greater convenience through multiple recording options so you don’t have to worry about running out of media or missing a moment.” All 2008 DVD models include a new built-in zoom microphone. When you zoom in on a subject, the audio also zooms in for clearer sound recordings. The DCR-DVD710 model also delivers Dolby Digital 5.1-channel surround that delivers a life-like audio experience.

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Sony DVD610

Posted by: Ralf Jurrien Wednesday 9th, January 2008

Sony expects to shake up the camcorder industry with the introduction of its 2008 line of DVD Handycam camcorders featuring hybrid and hybrid-plus movie recording. “People have been drawn to the DVD category because they are so easy to use,” said Kelly Davis, director of camcorder marketing at Sony Electronics. “Our 2008 line offers greater convenience through multiple recording options so you don’t have to worry about running out of media or missing a moment.” All 2008 DVD models include a new built-in zoom microphone. When you zoom in on a subject, the audio also zooms in for clearer sound recordings. The DCR-DVD610 model also delivers Dolby Digital 5.1-channel surround sound that delivers a life-like experience.

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Engineers from the imaging industry have ‘discovered’ video. Video, in all its quality formats, becomes more important than ever before. Recent development point out to a different strategy and it could turn out that photo will be distributed from a video capture. The traditional camcorder format is also changing, where younger generation consumers discovered the pocket camcorders to upload their social media channels. Dimensions and weight, and High Definition video quality, packed in a compact housing are one of the most important specifications for success. Professional photographers are not only shooting stills but need to become video specialist as well. The merge of the technique of the digital cameras and camcorders with high quality specifications have become reality. The CES 2012 show will unveil the latest developments and camcorder products.