Thursday, February 16, 2012

Canon HF G10

So I had enough credit on my Dell account to finally get a new video camera- a Canon HF G10.  Price was $1,340 plus tax, but only cost me $87 out of pocket with $30 a month payments. It is limited on mic input, but performance wise this camera's quality is virtually the same as the professional Canon XA10 (at $500 more). Stunning image quality and 24p mode! It is a really small camera too, which will be welcomed after toting around the middle weight Panasonic AG- DVX100 for the last few years. I will be using this camera for our updated Go-Kustom TV Show, as a first and second camera on the Rats & Gassers Documentary and the new Burnt Orange music vdeos I will be producing later this year.
The specs on this bad boy are impressive (see below).

  • 1920 x 1080 HD Recording
  • 32GB Internal Flash Drive
  • 2 x SD/SDHC/SDXC Memory Card Slots
  • Canon HD CMOS Pro Image Sensor
  • 3.5" Touch Panel LCD
  • Color Viewfinder
  • Genuine Canon 10x HD Video Lens
  • Dynamic SuperRange Optical Stabilization
  • Customization Cinema-Look Filters
  • Professional Shooting Assist Functions
  • 24P mode

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