Canon HF10 VIXIA 3.3 MP HD Digital Camcorder: Afforadable Luxury
Personal Electronics buzz
11 August 2009
Excerpt: My eye has been on the Canon HF10 for months. I 've read everything there is about it and driven my local Best Buy sales people nuts trying it out. My biggest problem was the cool $1,000 price tag. I just found out Best Buy is selling it for $800 at the Black Friday Sale.
Summary: Canon in HD - No more tape? Not for Canon's new Vixia HF10. It records directly to a built-in Flash memory. As if that weren't enough, the HF10 also offers high-definition video recording at a 1920x1080 resolution. Right away, as I pull the sleek black camcorder out of the box...
AVCHD camcorder records to Flash memory or SDHC card
Consumer Electronics Net
14 March 2008
Excerpt: The Canon HF10 ($1,099) is an ultra compact camcorder that captures HD video in the AVCHD H.264 video file format. What makes the camcorder unique is the dual storage capabilities built into the camera.
Excerpt: Canon’s HF10 is a high-definition camcorder with a 16GB internal flash drive, plus an SD card slot. In our testing, the HF10 shot impressive, brilliant video, up to par with its similar MiniDV counterpart, Canon’s HV30.
Pros: Small, light an easy to use; good picture quality in well-lit and low-light conditions.
Summary: For an AVCHD removable flash memory camcorder, the HF10 is close to flawless. It offers superior video performance, better build quality and more modes and features than any of its high-def rivals. Highly recommended.
Pros: Stunning 'full HD' video resolution, improved AVCHD recording format, arresting design
Cons: No standard-definition mode, inbuilt hard drive only 16GB