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Multi-purpose camera
Dennis Hissink : October 14th 2010 - 14:10 CET
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CanonCanon multi-purpose concept camera : At the Canon Expo 2010 in Paris we were introduced to a new concept camera, the multi-purpose camera. This compact and lightweight camera offers a single-device solution for a full range of business-use needs, including both video and photography. The camera is capable of shooting super-high-definition 4K video with a resolution four times greater than Full HD. Featuring a newly developed 2/3 inch, 8 megapixel CMOS sensor capable of super-high-definition video and photography at frame rates in excess of 60 frames per second, the camera enables high-speed continuous shooting and high quality slow-motion playback.
Multi Purpose camera

Canon multi-purpose camera
The Multi-purpose camera features a compact 24-480 mm high-power, wide-angle 20x optical zoom lens with aperture settings from F1.8 to 3.8 (35mm film equivalent) and is powered by a new fully electronically-controlled lens drive system. A bio based plastic is employed in exterior parts and a plant-derived compound replaces certain petroleum-based plastic, contributing to the environmentally friendly design.

Multi Purpose digital camera

Multi-purpose camera records photos and videos
The photo and video zone is a user-experience based exhibit designed to showcase Canon’s Consumer Imaging products. The zone seeks to provide imaging experiences for all, allowing users to capture, edit, print and share high quality still and moving images. A range of Canon broadcast lenses will also be on display.

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