Kiwi resellers are set to get their hands on Canon’s newly-announced ‘Legria’ series of flash memory digital video cameras in April.
The vendor internationally announced three full high definition models, the HF20, HF200 and HF S10, and three (the FS21, FS22 and FS200) in standard definition.
Canon has yet to announce local recommended retail prices for the new cameras.
It says the Legria HF20 and HF200 are its smallest high definition digital video cameras to date – 17 percent smaller than their predecessors at 340 grams.
The standard definition models have a three and a half hour shooting capacity on a single battery charge, Canon says.
The HF 20 has 32GB of built-in storage (12 hours recording time) and records to high capacity SD cards.