The JVC GC-PX100B camcorder has a bright F1.2 lens, shoots AVCHD 1080/50p videos, and does high-speed recording at up to 500fps, thus making it suitable for low-light or sports scenes. We gave it a run to see how good it really is.
The PowerShot G and S-series cameras get a new model each, while Canon also unveiled the Legria Mini, a pocket-sized video recorder. Read on to find out more about the new releases.
Similar to the H300, except that it comes with an additional 16GB of internal storage, the Samsung HMX-H304 includes a 3-inch LCD screen and a 30x optical zoom. Will this model meet our expectations of an easy to use camcorder? We find out.
The Canon Legria HF M41 includes creative cinematic functions like Story Creator which has five predefined themes. Priced at S$1,449, its costs $300 more than the M400 camcorder from the same Canon Legria M series family. We set out to see if the M41 is worth its price tag.
The successor to the impressive 1080/50p-shooting HDC-TM900, the HC-X900M, sports improvements such as a wider lens with nano coating, a high-res, 3D-compatible LCD, and an improved 5-axis image stabilization system. Will Panasonic's latest offering leave the others in its wake again?
Inviting the HWM Team to experience “kyosei” (the philosophy of living and working harmoniously towards the future) firsthand, Canon Marketing Philippines flew us all the way to Japan last week to witness Canon’s participation in the third annual Camera & Photo Imaging Show (CP+).
The 1080i-shooting HMX-Q10 from Samsung is targeted at everyone, even those who are primarily left-handed. Other goodies include a 10x optical zoom and touchscreen controls. As usual, we put it through the paces to give you the details.