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Thursday, April 4, 2013

Canon XA20 and XA25 Compact Camcorders

Canon XA20 Ultra Compact camcorder

Canon XA25 Ultra Compact Camcorder

Canon U.S.A. introduces two Ultra-Compact Professional Camcorders with wireless digital content transfer and remote operations. The Canon XA25 and XA20 Camcorders include a 20x HD Zoom Lens, simultaneous MP4 and AVCHD Recording, a 3.5-Inch Organic LED Touch Panel Display, and wireless connectivity for Digital Content Uploading or Remote Operation Via a Tablet or Smartphone.

Ideal for run-and-gun style videography, or electronic newsgathering (ENG), both models weigh only 2.6 pounds, allowing for extreme mobility and portability. Delivering outstanding low-light performance and image quality, the Canon XA25 and XA20 HD camcorders are equipped with a new high-sensitivity 2.91-megapixel 1/2.84-inch HD CMOS image sensor and the new Canon DIGIC DV 4 image processor. Read the entire Canon Press Release here.

The NAB Show starts this weekend in Las Vegas. Canon will showcase its full line of professional, high-definition imaging equipment for motion picture, television production, video content creation, and still photography at booths C3628 and C4325. Within this year’s booth, Canon will feature a live 4K Workflow Demonstration where visitors will have the opportunity to interact with industry-leading colorists and editors in a 4K DI (Digital Intermediate) suite. In a live color grading session of 4K footage from Canon’s groundbreaking C500 4K camera, on-site professionals will demonstrate the imaging possibilities of Canon’s 4K image capture technology and view the results on Canon’s prototype 4K reference displays, currently under development .

Throughout the 2013 NAB Show, Canon will host a series of unique live-learning stage demonstrations with renowned cinematographers, broadcast specialists, and filmmakers at the Canon booth. These industry professionals will provide insight into the ever-changing field of optical and imaging technology and showcase their projects and works that were shot on Canon equipment, as well as share best practices and real-world applications for Canon technology. It will be very exciting for filmmakers and videographers alike to see all the new products.

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