If you’d like a Yashica DVC577, you can get it for $110. The video recorder has been recently released and comes with a 5.1 MP CMOS sensor –a capability to shoot still photos and 30ftps QVGA video. For folks in love with the Exemode products, you can get the Yashica DVC525HD. This affordable gadget is sold at $111 and features a slightly higher CMOS sensor than the Yashica DVC577. It records videos in motion JPEG and weighs 218 grams. It has an LCD display and a storage capacity of 128 MB. Yashica camcorders are available in the USA as well so if you want to try one of these, go ahead and head to your favorite gadgets store.
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Canon recently announced its newest MPEG-2 video codec and it is in full HD. The unnamed full HD video camera is equipped with 50 Mbps of data recording data in HDV*1 format. Along with that, the recording can accommodate sharper colors making your videos more beautiful and more detailed.
The trend nowadays is getting everything in high definition and Canon is one of the very first to have a video camera this powerful. The video camera’s full HD compression makes it possible for users to record at 1920 x 1080 pixels. Now that is amazing, right?
Aside from the colors being very detailed, the sound recording of the camera is doubled as well making it possible to hear music in a more defined manner. This would make watching your very own HD videos more enjoyable. With Canon’s newest baby, the data volume can go up to 50 Mbps.
Canon announced that it is working with Apple, Avid Tech., Adobe and Grass Valley to make sure that editing videos taken from this camera is compatible with other programs.