Canon HR10 Reviews
Product Type: Canon digital camcorders
Description:Model ID 2076B006AA / Canon HR10 - Camcorder - High Definition - Widescreen Video Capture - 2.96 Mpix - optical zoom: 10 x - DVD-R (8cm), DVD-RW (8 cm), DVD-R DL (8 cm) / The superb image quality of HD with the convenience of straight-to-DVD recording. The stylish HR10 benefits ... more
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by poteac - written on 13/10/10, updated on 13/10/10 (Very useful, 96 readings)
I've had this camcorder for just over 2 years now, and wow what a great camera it is! Of course the biggest thing going for this camera is it's HD recording capability, but not just HD! It also boasts 25p (progressive mode), which creates a more filmic look. Personally I only shoot with 25p mode on, as it just creates a much nicer image. Just a note about the "HD" spec... it's not technically full-HD, as it records at a resolution of 1440x1080, which means when you get it into your editor it will be (automatically usually) stretched to the full 1920x1080 resolution, and thus technically you'll lose some quality from this scaling, but generally it's not a ...
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by ArturoFox - written on 12/05/11 (Useful, 15 readings)
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