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Dennis Hissink : August 17th 2005 - 01:00 CET

Canon MVX4i digital video camera


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CanonCanon MVX4i digital video camera : Canon is pleased to announce the launch of the 4.29 Megapixel MVX4i digital video camera. The first ever to include over 4 Megapixels in a single CCD sensor. With its DIGIC DV processor, RGB Primary Color Filter and a host of advanced digital still camera features, the Canon MVX4i delivers superb video quality and impressive digital still results that surpass that of many purpose-built digital cameras. Canon's new consumer range flagship digital video camera also features a 10x optical zoom, high resolution 16:9 widescreen mode, built in stills flash and Mini Video Light, a Super Bright 2.5-inch colour LCD, Electronic Image Stabiliser (EIS) and SD card slot for recording Motion JPEGs and JPEGs.
Canon MVX4i digital video cameraCanon MVX4i - PictBridge support
The Canon MVX4i is PictBridge compliant and features a Print/Share button for simple PC-less printing of digital stills direct to compatible photo printers, and PC uploads. Beautifully sculptured ergonomics include flush switches, recessed buttons and a super-compact body, expected to appeal to consumers demanding feature-rich products with superior finish quality and design. The Canon MVX4i is born out of a convergence of core Canon tech- nologies, said Mogens Jensen, Head of Canon Consumer Imaging Europe.

MVX4i video camera - Photo and Video
The RGB Primary Color Filter enhances tonal accuracy and color definition. Rather than simply stretching video frames to create digital stills, the DIGIC DV split path processor renders stills and video according to their own specific requirements. The result is 4 Megapixel digital still photos of a quality that surpasses many digital still cameras. Photos and video can even be recorded simultaneously. When shooting stills, up to 60 frames can be shot in a single 5fps burst, a feature very few digital cameras are capable of achieving.

Canon MVX 4i - Outstanding digital video functionality
For sweeping panoramic effect, the Canon MVX 4i delivers true High Resolution 16:9 widescreen mode. A new ultra compact, all-glass 10x zoom lens delivers crisp, high contrast, corner-to-corner clarity. ElS helps to stabilise footage, especially useful at high zoom magnification. Avoiding complicated menus, an AE Mode dial gives photographers immediate access to a host of shooting modes and digital still camera functions. Special Scene modes help with great results in tricky lighting conditions. The same 9-point AiAF found in Canon's high end digital still compact cameras helps keep images and video sharply in focus, even with off-centre subjects, and sophisticated light metering modes (evaluative, centre weighted average and spot) help get great exposures.

MVX 4i camcorder - Light and Sound
For shooting in low light or zero lux conditions, the Canon MVX4i's Mini Video Light and Light Guide Flash extend after dark options. A Manual Audio Level Control is also incorporated to keep sound recording levels even. To create album quality photo prints up to A4 size, the MVX4i can be connected to any PictBridge compatible printer. Printing and PC uploads are simplified to a single step process with the Print/Share button, which illuminates as soon as a connection is established.

Canon MVX4i - Motion-JPEG and online sharing
Internet sharing of clips and footage has been simplified with the capacity to record Motion-JPEG movies direct to the MMC or SD memory cards. Depending on memory card capacity, up to 60 minutes of Motion JPEG can be recorded straight to card. Canon MVX4i purchase entitles the owner to Canon Image Gateway membership: 100MB of online space for sharing digital stills and MPEG clips. Rather than sending large video clips or images as email attachments, users can upload their favourite material to their own secure galleries on Canon Image Gateway and use a site facility to send gallery links to family and friends. The Canon MVX4i digital video camera will be available from September 2005.





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