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Canon HR10 DVD camcorder

Ralf Jurrien
IFA Report
Monday 16th, July 2007
Posted by: Ralf Jurrien

Canon goes from strength to strength in the expanding High Definition (HD) camcorder market with the launch of the HD-ready, direct-to-DVD HR10. As the world’s smallest AVCHD DVD camcorder - recording stunning 1080i HD movies to standard 8cm DVD media - the HR10 combines shooting convenience with extreme portability and is Canon’s third consumer-focused HD camcorder release in under a year. The Canon HR10 inherits a number of advanced technologies from Canon’s professional camcorder range, including Instant AF and the advanced Super Range Optical Image Stabilizer (OIS). The Canon HR10 has a 2.7” Multiangle Vivid LCD screen which makes it easier to share video with friends and family.

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Where High Definition tribute in the consumer segment of camcorders, 3D is today’s hottest feature. Expect multiple manufacturers showcasing their latest camcorders with at least some 3D HD camcorders from the camcorder specialists. 3D is the motor that could cause a boost within the home entertainment industry. Good solid content is a key issue, the hardware is already there. The International Consumer Electronics Show in Berlin will be the place where videographers, professionals and amateurs can get their hands on the latest camcorders. They all have at least one thing in common; storage. Flash memory storage became the number one storage solution for camcorders. Today’s consumers are able to create video clips in every resolution or format they wish for, even in 3D! Stay tuned for more IFA 2010 news!