The company issues a new model with minor updates over the XC10.
Interchangeable EF and PL mounts also make the feature list.
In addition to updating its prosumer G series, the company gently refreshes its consumer R series.
The latecomer's first foray into prosumer 4K video looks like Frankenstein's megazoom, but it's got a relatively large 1-inch sensor and a clever new design.
The Cinema EOS C300 Mark II has a more ENG-friendly design than its older sibling and gets out-of-the-box 4K.
The company barely updates its three consumer models, and there are no prosumer models to be seen.
The company's interchangeable-lens HD camcorder comes in at $7999.
The Canon Legria HF G10 camcorder's video quality is great, but its high cost and a few minor flaws mean it's lost some points in our book.
Commendable performance and plenty of storage space make the Canon Legria HF M41 camcorder one to consider for advanced users. But competition is tough at this price point and there could be more attractive options available, depending on your requirements.
Cheap and mostly cheerful, the Canon Legria HF R106 is by no means perfect, but it's certainly one of the best camcorder options available in the sub-£250 price bracket.
Ease of use, built-in storage and a modest set of family-oriented features are all welcome on the Canon Legria HF R18 camcorder, but they seem to come at the expense of picture quality.
By no means a spectacular camcorder, the Canon Legria HF R16 is also by no means a dud. If you can find it for a good price, you'll be pleased by its features and usability.
The Canon Legria HF S21 sets new standards for home-video image quality. The camcorder is large, expensive and complicated to use, but if you're after the best, you're unlikely to hold any of these factors against it.
In the right circumstances, the Canon Legria HF M31's picture quality can easily impress. But poor low-light performance and a sorely misjudged control system let down this otherwise decent camcorder
The Canon HG21 is an excellent camcorder that does so many things right and hardly anything wrong. Our only concern is that it might be a victim of it's own success. Its flexibility means more more potential outlay on accessories, its huge hard drive means you're not likely to ever fill it, its assorted high-end features mean its pretty pricey. But we still love it
We've yet to test a DVD-based camcorder that offers an uncompromising alternative to tape. Canon's DC10 is a decent effort within its field, but cheaper tape-based camcorders still trump it for image quality
The DVD camcorder market remains a strange beast. The format is still emerging as a viable alternative to the well-established MiniDV tape. For the moment, DVD offers the luxury of convenience at the expense of picture quality. Think hard before you buy. For some the DC20 is the perfect holiday companion, but for others it may frustrate
It may not be enough to record your entry for Cannes, but the MV930 is an exceptionally capable, affordable holiday camcorder. Good performance in well-lit environments makes it the perfect companion on sun holidays. Sticklers for top image quality will want to consider something a little more fiesty, but for casual use this is a strong contender