A solid hard-drive based HD camcorder, the Canon HG10 nevertheless has its share of annoying quirks.
The Canon HG10 is a high-definition camcorder with a CMOS sensor and 40GB hard drive, sporting a distinctly feline theme in the controls
The Canon HG10 has its share of annoying quirks, though it is a solid hard-drive-based HD camcorder.
Samples photos and video extracts shot with the Canon HG10
Photos of Canon's hard-drive-based AVCHD camcorder, the HG10.
HG10 combines video and optical system of HV20 with hard disk goodness.
With flash memory prices sinking quicker than the Titanic and available capacities ballooning, it's little surprise that at last week's camcorder launch, Canon declared that the future of consumer camcorders is flash.
The highlight of Canon's 2011 prosumer lineup is a new series that integrates the CMOS sensor used by its professional XF models.
New models appear to be only available in Japan for now.
Canon has introduced the DW-100 DVD burner to help simplify the process of archiving video recorded to hard-drive and flash-based camcorders.