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Mark Peters : April 12th 2005 - 21:00 CET
Canon Software Kit for the XL2 Mini-DV camcorder

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CanonCanon Software Kit for the XL2 Mini-DV Camcorder : Canon today released an XL2 Software Developers Kit (SDK) that further enhances the camcorder's flexibility and takes the open architecture of the XL2 Mini-DV camcorder to a new level. Filmmakers, broadcasters, and videographers can now create applications to remotely control all camera functions to meet the needs of individuals and specific industries. By using a FireWire connection, users are able to control all of the XL2 camcorder's advanced functions, inside and out. Some examples include: switching frame rates or adjusting color gain and white balance controls. The software developers kit is free to use.
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"The XL2 Mini-DV camcorder is suited for almost any industry due to its open architecture," said Yukiaki Hashimoto, senior vice president and general manager of the consumer imaging group at Canon U.S.A., Inc., a subsidiary of Canon Inc. "With the aid of the Software Developers Kit, users will discover a new dimension of creative control."

Canon SDK - Customize functionality
The Software Developers Kit can customize functionality for almost every XL2 camcorder application. Whether producing in house or on location, users can easily manage uniform settings on a fleet of camcorders, or control operations remotely. A version of the Software Developers Kit for the Windows XP platform is available now, and a SDK version for Mac OSX operating system will be available in mid July of 2005.





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