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Legria HFR48
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Canon Legria HF R48

Full HD; Wi-Fi, Touchscreen, Cinema / effect filter, Image stabilisation, Face recognition, …

The stingy connectivity of the Legria HF R48 is its main flaw, since it lacks a mic input, but apart from that there's little not to like here, to the point that Expert Reviews considered it fit …

2 reviews | 1 opinion (Average)

 

Legria HFG30
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Canon Legria HF G30

Full HD; Wi-Fi, GPS function, Touchscreen, Slow motion, Microphone input, YouTube-enabled, …

If you can afford Canon's Legria HF G30, you'll be rewarded with first-class picture quality and a superb enthusiast-orientated feature set which includes stereo audio jacks, two accessory …

2 reviews | 9 opinions (Above average)

 

Canon Legria HF M56
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Canon Legria HF M56

Full HD; Touchscreen, Wind noise suppresion, Still image Function, YouTube-enabled, …

At its original price of £500, the LEGRIA HF M56 is a bit too expensive to impress, but if you can find it for less than £400, Trusted Reviews reckon you'll have bagged yourself a huge bargain …

1 review | 3 opinions (Excellent)

 

 
HFR46
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Canon Legria HF R46

Full HD; Wi-Fi, Touchscreen, 3D converter, Cinema / effect filter, Image stabilisation, …

Canon's wi-fi implementation on the HF R46 is not as well-rounded as other manufacturers', but it's a neat feature to have in any case, and together with the 8GB of built-in storage …

1 review

 

Canon Legria Mini
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Canon Legria Mini

Special Camcorder, Pocket Camcorder; Full HD; Wi-Fi, Touchscreen, Integrated projector, …

Considering the target audience of Canon's LEGRIA mini, Trusted Reviews were surprised to see it lacks support for live streaming, something they considered a missed trick. However, its video …

2 reviews | 3 opinions (Above average)

 

Canon Legria HF R36
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Canon Legria HF R36

Full HD; Wi-Fi, Touchscreen, YouTube-enabled, Image stabilisation, Still image Function, …

If you want the best picture quality you can get from a camcorder you certainly won't find it here, but Expert Reviews nevertheless thought it was good for the price, and Wi-Fi support is a huge …

1 review | 8 opinions (Above average)

 

Legria HFR38
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Canon Legria HF R38

Full HD; Wi-Fi, Touchscreen, Still image Function, YouTube-enabled, Face recognition, …

The decent feature list of the LEGRIA HF R38, together with its picture quality, make it a good midrange option in Trusted Reviews' opinion, although they complained about the lack of manual

1 review | 8 opinions (Above average)

 

More information at: TrustedReviews, 9/2012 Canon LEGRIA HF R38 Despite many manufacturers including Flip-type pocket camcorders in their lineups as of late, Canon has decided it doesn't want in on this market for the time being, and is sticking to more traditional models such as the LEGRIA HF R38 reviewed here. … to review

Canon XA10
Canon XA10

Full HD; Still image Function, Face recognition; Optical zoom: 10x; Digital zoom: 2x

Canon's professional level XA10 camcorder features 64GB of internal memory and it supports XLR audio inputs for microphones. Controls are well presented, though most are accessed through the

6 reviews | 5 opinions (Excellent)

 

More information at: videofilmen, issue 4/2011 Canon’s new mini elite With its latest top models, the Legria HF G10 and the XA10, Canon is confidently entering the otherwise very sparsely populated 1500 to 2000 euro price segment, and, almost casually, sending out a clear message: this company can still build desirable camcorders. In test: Two camcorders were reviewed. Test criteria were features, recording practice, operation, sound (system) as well as image and sound quality.

Legria HFG10
Canon Legria HF G10

Full HD; Microphone input, Cinema / effect filter, Still image Function, Pre-recording …

Canon's LEGRIA HF G10 camcorder features 32GB of flash memory, a 30.4mm wide angle lens and full HD 1080p recording. It has a durable build quality and the 5FWD like the manual focus ring, which …

8 reviews | 25 opinions (Excellent)

 

Canon Legria HF R26
Canon Legria HF R26

Full HD; Face recognition, Scene detection, Still image Function; Optical zoom: 20x; …

The Canon LEGRIA HF R26 records full HD 1080p video and there's a HDMI port, so you can watch it back on your TV. FiveFWD were impressed with the dual memory card slots, which can each support …

5 reviews

 

 
HF M 41
Canon Legria HF M41

Full HD; Scene detection, Face recognition, Motion detection; Optical zoom: 10x; Digital zoom: …

As well as having 32GB of internal storage, Canon's Legria HF M41 has room for two SD cards, so CNET say that its plentiful storage space coupled with impressive performance make it a fuss-free

7 reviews | 1 opinion (Excellent)

 

More information at: videofilmen, issue 3/2011 The Canon HV20 vs the Legria HF M41 Canon is aiming to build on the success of the legendary camcorders from the magnetic tape era with the latest models in its HF M series. 2007: Canon brings out an affordable, versatile filming device, with its HV20 model, which is designed for users who are demanding, creative and on a small budget; the result was a classic. 2011: the Legria HF M41 has its sights set on the same target group and aims to win them over with the latest technology. Will it work? Let’s find out. Two camcorders were tested. Test criteria were features, recording practice, operation, sound (system) as well as picture and sound quality.

HFM406
Canon Legria HF M406

Full HD; Scene detection, Face recognition, Still image Function, Motion detection; …

Despite its chunky, plasticky-feeling build which could be a turn off for some, MacWorld found plenty to like about Canon's Legria HF M406. Both picture and sound quality were brilliantly

5 reviews | 4 opinions (Excellent)

 

More information at: E-MEDIA, issue 10/2011 Full HD videos 4 AVCHD camcorders in an ‘E-MEDIA’ review. Compact Full-HD video cameras for demanding hobby film makers. In test: Four Full HD camcorders were reviewed.

Canon Legria HF M36
Canon Legria HF M36

Face recognition

“Likes: good sharpness levels; manual shutter speeds; internal conversion into SD quality. Dislikes: LCD clearly shows finger marks; sound makes a hissing noise, no viewfinder.”

4 reviews

 

More information at: VIDEOAKTIV, issue 4/2010 On the frontier Mid-range camcorders are hovering between two worlds - sometimes they are leaning towards the entry-level class and sometimes they are heading straight for the top class. ‘VIDEOAKTIV’ reveals who belongs where. In test: Eight camcorders were tested. Test criteria were picture (sharpness, colour reproduction, image noise ...), sound (sound quality of speech and music, device noise, spatiality ...), operation (ergonomics, user guidance, operating equipment ...) as well as measurement laboratory and features.

Canon XF100
Canon XF100

Full HD; Face recognition, Pre-recording function, Still image Function, Peaking function; …

“All in all, the Canon XF100/105 is a milestone in the world of camera manufacturing and is THE model for all those professionals and artistic virtuosos who require flexibility and subtlety when …

3 reviews | 2 opinions (Excellent)

 

HFR206
Canon Legria HF R206

Full HD; Scene detection, Face recognition, Still image Function; Optical zoom: 20x; …

“Apart from the aforementioned differences, the internal workings of the Canon Legria HF R206 are pretty much the same as its bigger brother’s, the HF R26, which came fourth in our test. ... Both …

3 reviews | 10 opinions (Above average)

 

HFR 28
Canon Legria HF R28

Full HD; Scene detection, Face recognition, Still image Function; Optical zoom: 20x; …

GadgetSpeak found the Legria HF R28 to be a very competent camcorder that produces good video and decent stills. The zoom mechanism is really smooth, and if paired with a tripod or monopod it can

5 reviews

 

More information at: Audio Video Foto Bild, issue 5/2011 Unbelievably focused The latest HD camcorders are setting new standards. Never before have we seen high resolution recordings in such captivating quality. In test: Eight HD camcorders were tested. Test criteria were picture, sound and photo quality as well as operation, miscellaneous and service.

Canon Legria HF R16
Canon Legria HF R16

Full HD; Face recognition, YouTube-enabled; Optical zoom: 20x; Digital zoom: 400x

The Legria HF R16 is a middle-of-the-road camcorder that, in spite of offering some interesting features, a comfortable design and a powerful 20x zoom, suffers from evident corner cutting, notably

6 reviews | 9 opinions (Above average)

 

More information at: Audio Video Foto Bild, issue 8/2010 Rewind Summer vacation, a wedding, or a child’s birthday party - unforgettable moments which are well worth capturing with a camcorder. In test: Ten camcorders were reviewed. Test criteria were picture, sound and photo quality as well as operation, miscellaneous and service.

HF-M32
Canon Legria HF M32

Full HD; Face recognition, YouTube-enabled, Still image Function; Optical zoom: 15x; …

"Pros: Excellent natural and dim light picture performance. Healthy features list. Cons: Unresponsive touchscreen controls."

5 reviews

 

Legria HFS21
Canon Legria HF S21

Full HD; Still image Function; Optical zoom: 10x; Digital zoom: 200x

The features of the highly desireable Canon Legria HF S21 have been impressively upgraded from its predecessor, with an electronic viewfinder and 3.5-inch touchscreen among the new hardware …

9 reviews | 5 opinions (Above average)

 

Canon Legria HF M31
Canon Legria HF M31

Full HD; Optical zoom: 15x; Digital zoom: 300x

Canon's LEGRIA HF M31 offers touchscreen control on its 2.7in LCD, but this needs a little refining. The 32GB built-in memory is quite impressive and there is an SD/SDHC slot if you need further

6 reviews

 

More information at: videofilmen, issue 3/2010 The new middle class This year, all the big manufacturers have worked to define a new class in the middle price range. Some massive changes have been made, but there are still also cases where it’s a matter of old wine in new bottles. We took a closer look at the three new product series from Canon, Panasonic and Sony. In test: Three camcorders were reviewed. Test criteria were features, recording practice, operation, sound (system) as well as sound and picture quality.

 

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Product information and further reviews

Canon XA10 MacWorld 4/2012 - If you need a professional grade camcorder which has plenty of manual controls, look no further than the Canon XA10. What does it have to offer?

HD recording needn’t be expensive videofilmen 4/2010 - Most manufacturers are already offering entry-level models with HD resolution for around 500 euros. But how much quality do you have to sacrifice in comparison to a top class device which costs twice the price? Review details: Three HD camcorders were reviewed. Test criteria were features, recording practice, operation, sound (system), image quality and sound quality.

Long-term study VIDEOAKTIV 6/2010 - There’s little difference between the top and the upper class HD devices of 2010. It ultimately comes down to the question, not of what level of quality you want to film in, but rather how long you want to film for. Review details: Five camcorders were reviewed. Test criteria were picture (sharpness, colour reproduction, contrast range ...), sound (sound quality of speech and music, device noise, spatiality ...), as well as operation (ergonomics, user guidance, operating equipment ...), lab results and features.

One for all? Video Kamera objektiv 7-8/2011 - A camera that’s suitable for both family celebrations and professional shooting? And which doesn’t cost the earth? Canon is attempting to pull off this balancing act by gracing the camera market with a delicacy - the XA10.

A review of the Canon HF M41 - an interesting forerunner slashCAM 2/2011 - We went ahead and surmised that Canon was no longer keeping its camcorder series appropriately up to date with the photo/video hype ... and then they went and proved us wrong. We were able to take a closer look at a model from the new mid-class series (the Canon HF M41) and were delighted to give this device a definite thumbs up ...

The graduate Audio Video Foto Bild 4/2009 - Just in time for the ‘AUDIO VIDEO BILD’ test: the latest camcorders from Canon and Panasonic. Both film videos in high resolution and in the space saving (but still quite new) AVCHD video format. We tested out whether these two camcorders are ready to graduate. ... Review details: Two camcorders were tested and each was rated “good”. Among the test criteria were image quality (visual test, image stabiliser ...), operation (instruction manual, operating menu ...) as well as miscellaneous (charger, included battery type/ capacity ...).

Canon HF200 CNET.de 4/2009 - Even if the Canon HF200 is more compact and cheaper than the sister models HF S10 and HF S100, it provides a longer focal length range. While the HF-S series only offers a 10x zoom lens, the HF200 is able to reach a 15x magnification. In exchange however, the sensor has shrunk - in regards to both measurement and resolution. But even if the camcorder is very similar to the two larger models, it is nevertheless missing a few high-end features. Manual zoom ring, Zebra function, colour bar, pop up flash? Forget it.

Canon MVX460 CNET.co.uk 6/2006 - Canon's MVX460 is more compact than its entry-level MV models. The step up to MVX means a larger, higher-resolution CCD sensor, which can serve up larger 1-megapixel still images, in addition to better video resolution.

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