In addition to six new digital cameras, Canon has also launched two digital video cameras that come with 64GB of flash memory, face detection, and instant auto focus function.
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Canon Australia’s Brand Manager for Legria, Judd Marcello said, “With twice the memory of previous models, both the LEGRIA HFS11 and HF21 give consumers the ability to record every last detail in FULL High Definition, while features like Video Snapshot, Instant Auto Focus and Face Detection for Video assist in providing consumers an instantly rewarding video experience.”
The digital camcorders has a Face Detection for Video captures up to 35 faces in a single frame, tracking each face and automatically adjusting the focus and exposure. It also comes with a Video Snapshot feature that allows simple editing processes. With the press of a button, users can capture four-second video clips, which can easily be arranged into a movie that can be played back with music. Canon’s LEGRIA DV cameras come loaded with five songs and users can upload music from their own collection to create personalised videos.
Instant Auto Focus provides sharp focusing on subjects quickly, adjusting automatically as they move, so fast-moving subjects are never blurry or out-of-focus. The new Legria DV cameras can capture quality footage in a range of settings. Super Range Optical Image Stabilizer keeps shots steady in any situation, compensating for any vibration and hand-held movement.
The Legria HFS11 and LEGRIA HF21 feature Canon’s DiG!C DV III image processor to ensure high-quality FULL HD footage with brilliant colour and remarkable detail.
The Legria HFS11 sports an 8.0 megapixel FULL HD CMOS sensor, a genuine Canon HD Video Lens with a 10x Optical Zoom, a new DIG!C DV III processor, and features and 900TV line
“The LEGRIA HFS11 offers users professional-level quality and industry-leading features that allow them to capture the richness of any experience. A larger storage capacity and the reliability of flash memory mean that not only is every moment captured, but they can be easily shared and relived again and again,” says Marcello.
The pocket-sized LEGRIA HF21 promises up to nine hours of recording time and features a high resolution 3.3 megapixel image sensor and a new DIG!C DV III processor which records data at the maximum AVCHD rate of 24Mbps at 1920 x 1080 resolution.
The LEGRIA HFS11 (RRP $2,500) and LEGRIA HF21 (RRP $1,799) will be available starting September 15.