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Canon Camcorders Reviews

Updated: Jul 11, 2024 16:38
alaAverage 2.3

Canon Legria HF R86

It's slow and too zoomed in for a camcorder

4 user reviews

alaAverage 2

Canon 1.07MP DVD Camcorder Silver

It is pricy but you get your money’s worth. If you just want to take videos of your kids at home...

2 user reviews

alaAverage 1

JVC Everio HD Camcorder with Dual Memory Card Slots

This is a follow up to my original post. Product arrived on time and in great condition. However...

9 user reviews

alaScore -1

Canon UC 2 HI

Standard Definition

5 expert reviews

alaScore -1

Canon EOS C200

Until the C200, getting 4K in a Canon cinema camera cost about 15,000 dollars for the C300 Mark...

4 expert reviews

alaScore -1

Canon EOS C700

Interchangeable EF and PL mounts also make the feature list.

4 expert reviews

alaScore -1

Canon ME20F-SH

The professional multi-purpose video camera employs the same EF mount (Cinema Lock type) as...

4 expert reviews

alaScore -1

Canon EOS C300 Mark II

The Cinema EOS C300 Mark II has a more ENG-friendly design than its older sibling and gets out-of...

4 expert reviews

alaScore -1

Canon Vixia HF R32

With an expected price tag of around $550, the HF R32 is the most expensive of Canon's entry...

1 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

alaScore -1

Canon ES 7000V

The ES7000v is made by Canon and has a MSRP of $999. The camcorder uses the Hi8 format, a high...

2 expert reviews

alaScore -1

Canon ES 8100V

Although most of the research, development and certainly the rage of consumer camcorders seem to...

2 expert reviews



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    About Canon

    Canon is a key player in the camcorder market. This camcorder brand consistently produces good to very good high-definition and standard-definition models. Canon's Vixia camcorders are its high-definition models, which use media cards and flash memory to record video. Canon has not introduced any new tape-based models for 2010.