Author Chris Hurd
Today at CineGear 2009 in Hollywood, GlueTools, a Santa Barbara software company specializing in motion picture plug-ins for Final Cut Studio, is announcing a workflow for Canon D-SLR cameras and Final Cut Pro. The product is a log and transfer…
East Texas County Seat Produces Magazine, PSAs and More with Handheld AVCCAMs SECAUCUS, NJ (May 28, 2009) – The city of Bryan, TX, the county seat of Brazos County in East Texas, has made Panasonic’s AG-HMC150 professional handheld AVCCAM camcorder…
Here are some more views of the Canon G1 and A1 camcorders, from various angles. You can click on most of these to see a bigger version which will open up in a new browser window. You might notice that the camera body color is inconsistent throughout most of these images.
In brief… these two new Canon XH series HDV camcorders are the latest additions to Canon’s expanding line of High Definition video cameras. The XH series twins are smaller, lighter and less expensive than Canon’s flagship XL H1 camcorder; each delivers about the same performance as the XL H1 and they are nearly identical to each other with only one very important difference.
Having had the privilege of meeting Jim Jannard early in the initial phase of the RED concept and getting a close look behind the scenes at RED Digital Cinema practically its start, I wanted to shed a little more light on the significance of the impact it’s going to make on the HD acquisition market as well as clear up a major misconception that has propagated online amid all the recent RED speculation flying around the internet.
This page has been set up in anticipation of some of the most common frequently asked questions about the Canon XH G1 and XH A1 High Definition video camcorders.