LAS VEGAS, Jan. 8 -- CES Central Hall Booth #11017 -- Packed with performance upgrades including a new 7.38-megapixel CCD image sensor that dramatically improves low-light sensitivity, the new SANYO Xacti HD2 is the world's smallest and lightest high-definition digital video camera* and the highly anticipated next-generation follow-up to 2006's innovative and multi award-winning HD1 and HD1a series.
LAKE SUCCESS, N.Y.--Feb. 1, 2006--Whether capturing memorable honeymoon moments or baby's first small, staggering steps, Canon's new DC40 DVD camcorder helps make recording precious memories simple, fun and convenient. With its super slim design and 10x optical zoom lens, this compact DVD camcorder includes a 4.3 megapixel CCD image sensor that produces outstanding widescreen video and doubles as a digital camera for excellent photos, which friends and family can cherish for years to come.
NEW YORK--Sept. 14, 2005--Canon today embarks on a global technology tour beginning in New York known as "Canon EXPO 2005," to also take place in Paris and Tokyo later this year, showcasing the most comprehensive display of current and futuristic imaging technology from the global R&D and patent leader. Canon U.S.A. also launches a new corporate slogan for the Americas, "Canon imageANYWARE," representing the Company's initiative to create a borderless environment of people, devices, images and information.
July 2004 -- Canon's new XL2 camcorder offers an evolutionary design and new professional features - including a choice of 60i, 24p or 30p frame rates, 4:3 or high resolution 16:9 aspect ratio, new 680,000 pixel progressive scan CCDs, and a full line of customizable controls for cine-looking results. Along with its new 20x interchangeable lens, this new Mini-DV camcorder empowers cinematographers and videographers with a completely customizable broadcast and feature film quality acquisition tool.