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The appearance of this concept camcorder matches much with the robots of science fiction movies and has two stands under both sides of the lenses to ensure better balance. The feeling of existence and being involved in this camera cannot be evaluated to existing way of video recording simply because the camera will produce a pure 3D reality video. However, the program broadcasters may require further development to run these twin frequency videos that is essential to create 3D illusion.
Canon announced a new camcorder accessory, the Canon RA-V1 Remote Control Adapter for professional level functionality when shooting from a tripod. The new Canon VIXIA HD camcorder retains Canon's core imaging technologies, but adds several new features that enhance operability and deliver unsurpassed image quality.
Now camcorders have more features and are using technology like the first 3MOS system, newly developed by Panasonic based on 3CCD technology that is renowned for excellent colour reproduction. With its expanded light-receiving areas, the MOS sensor is also significantly improves image quality, even in low lighting.
Now the camcorders are portable and easy to use. Samsung’s advanced Flash Memory technology provides a lot of user benefits such as longer battery life and QuickStart in 3 second. The Samsung VP-MX10A HD camcorder also offers a new iCheck button providing status information on remaining battery time and memory capacity.
For amateur video makers. With High Definition picture quality with the first ever HDV camcorder featuring the revolutionary Sony-developed 3ClearVid CMOS Sensor system.
Combines an MPEG-4 video camcorder, 5.1-megapixel digital still camera, MP3 player, voice recorder and PC camera -all in one.
First 2.11 Megapixel CCD digital camcorder. The model has 10x optical zoom and up to 900x digital zoom ratio. VP-D907i's 4.1-41 mm focal length enables users to capture long distance scenes.
It allows you to create music videos. Another unique feature is NightShot, an infrared lens which allows you to shoot in total darkness. And their Mini DV camcorders can stream video to computers, which allows them to be integrated into video conferencing systems.
Created by Canon. Priced from 399 to 599 dollars. Uses SD flash card and can record up to 12 hours of video.
One of its best features is that it allows in-camera non-linear editing. And for copying images to your computer for storing and editing, there’s the iMovie software for Mac users, and Microsoft’s Movie Maker, that allow you to do all kinds of professional-looking things with your movies. Created by Sony.
Produced increased luminance (brightness), with just over 500 lines of resolution. It also made productive use of an increased bandwidth, from .5 MHz to 1.5 MHz, which produced much brighter colors. And camcorders were increasingly smaller, while producing these increasingly better images.
Were fairly small and very portable. Mini DV camcorders were the rage, joining DVD camcorders as a great way to record memories. And camcorders come with a complete line of cool accessories. Created by JVC.
An advanced video format good for high-end users.
Videographers could see the display on a screen, without having to squint through a viewfinder. Today, this is a standard feature on all camcorders.
Created by JVC. Separated the video signal into two separate channels, producing better color and higher resolution.
Created By Sony.
Now three compaines were battling for the top spot but JVC won the race. They came up with their mini-VHS camcorder. Later that year Sony came out with the Betamovie Beta.
A recorder that used ¾” tape, rather than the 2” tape first used. The machine wasn’t portable, but its big advantage was that you could just pop in a cassette.
Now VCR's were standerd in every home. Plus they were now improved and now where in color.
First portable video devise by Sony. Then
Panasonic and JVC came out with their portable systems.
Weighs 30 Pounds.
Ampex introduced it.
Costed 30,000 dollars.