Canon just announced at CES three new standard-definition DVD camcorders, the latest in the company's DC-series of camcorders.
The Canon DC310 uses a 680,000-pixel CCD, a 41x optical zoom lens, and a 2.7-inch wide-screen LCD. The DC320 bumps up its sensor to a full megapixel and the lens to 48. Finally, the DC330 adds a USB 2.0 jack and a remote control. Canon built the DC330's remote sensor into the pivoting screen instead of the body, so you can use the remote in front, behind, or next to the camcorder, depending on the screen's position. All three camcorders include LCD video lights and SDHC card slots for recording still photos.
The DC310, DC320, and DC330 ship in March, with respective suggested price tags of $350, $370, and $380.