Canon has strictly announced a new camcorder – XC10, that has been designed for both 4K video recording and 12-megapixel still photographs. The newly launched digital camcorders also allows users to remove 8-megapixel still from available 4K video around a built-in function.
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Canon XC10 sports a 1-inch, 12-megapixel CMOS sensor, 10x wide-angle wizz lens with a 2x digital teleconverter, and a SanDisk 64GB CFast 2.0 label and label reader. The camera also comes with a Canon Optical Image Stabilization technology.
“With a introduction of a XC10 4K Digital Camcorder, we are looking to broach a strong new camcorder that will concede for an ever expanding artistic expression. Enabling a probably seamless constraint of overwhelming 4K video with a combined preference of still picture constraint and 4K support extraction, XC10 users are empowered with mixed ways to share their artistic visions,” Canon U.S.A. boss and COO Yuichi Ishizuka pronounced in a statement.
The XC10 will be expelled in Jun and will set we behind for $2,499.
Canon combined that a new XC10′s CMOS sensor “delivers adult to 12 stops of energetic operation for considerable fact in both highlights and lowlights, either a user is sharpened video or still photos,” while a unit’s 10x wide-angle wizz lens “offers a 35mm-equivalent wizz ratio of 24.1-241mm for still photos and 27.3-273mm for movies.”
Canon remarkable that a XC10 is also lightweight and compress for a opening it delivers. A entirely installed device make-up an LP-E6N battery container and dual memory cards weighs only 2.3 pounds and measures approximately 4.9-by-4.0-by-4.8 inches (WxHxD).