Canon MV500i Reviews
Product Type: Canon digital camcorders
Description:Model ID 7560A005AA /
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Canon MV550iLikes tapes for lunch? (286 words)
by kourtneylove07 - written on 24/06/10
I bought the Canon MV550i two years ago after reading magazine reviews. It seemed to be the leader in the field of budget camcorders and having tried it in the shops found it very comfortable to use. Initial impressions were very good, and I used the camera to shot some great footage skiing. The only minor downside was the noise of the cameras operation being picked up - this was mentioned in reviews. However, then it all went wrong. One day whilst backing up some editing footage via DV-IN from my PC, the camcorder chewed up a tape. Suspecting it to be a tape problem, I tried another (new) tape. Was OK for a bit until the camera then chewed up another tape with some ...
Canon MV300Canon MV300 (207 words)
by snoopy - written on 09/03/01, updated on 09/03/01 (Useful, 4128 readings)
This little beauty is worth £800 (well to be precise...£799.99). It's worth every penny... it was my christmas present this year from my mum and it records beautiful imagery, the sound quality is ace but i would recommend you invest in a microphone anyway. You can do digital special effects on it and you can do fade-ins and fade-outs... editing is easy if you buy yourself a firewall card and a program for your PC... I've heard that "final cut" is THE best program on the market at this moment in time. I recently bought myself a tripod, and have to say it works wonders, making all the work look highly professional compared to hand-held work. ...
Canon MV300You canon on this DV recorder! (117 words)
by BringerX - written on 26/01/01, updated on 26/01/01 (Useful, 1927 readings)
If it’s ‘compact and snug without a heft price tag’ that floats your boat, the MV300 is second to none. It’s truly minuscule – barely bigger than two fag packets – weighs just 550g and fits in the hand beautifully. The trade-off is features, and the viewscreen’s titchy, but all the standard recording and ...