Canon XA10 Professional Camcorder

2011 CES Canon News

Canon XA10 Professional CamcorderToday, Canon announced the new XA10 Professional camcorder. The XA10 features Full HD 1080p video recording using AVCHD code, a Canon 10x HD Zoom lens, DIGIC DV III Image Processor, a Canon 1/3-inch native 1920 x 1080 CMOS image sensor, a 3.5-inch LCD touch screen, SuperRange Optical Image Stabilizer system with standard, Dynamic and Powered IS modes, an infrared feature, dual XLR inputs, complete manual control of frame rates, zooming speed, focus, white balance and gain control, customizable cinema filters, a waveform monitor for accurate exposure and the ability to record to a 64GB internal flash drive or two SDXC-compatible card slots, as well as Relay Recording to record simultaneously to two cards.

The Canon XA10 Professional camcorder will be available March 2011 for $1,999.99.

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  • Jon Butler says:

    I find this a little over priced for its value. Sure it shoots 1080p. But its not 3mos, and shoots in avchd. Think I’d rather stick with HDSLRs rather than this. And whats its aperture values? That image of the racecar sure has some snazzy DOF.

  • Gary Sanchez says:

    I’m getting pretty sick of shallow depth of field. That’s not how I see the world. It all seems like an homage to myopia.

  • JonnyM says:

    Why are they putting a 4 year old chip in a new camera?????? Why haven’t they put the digic 4 in ANY video camera???????????

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