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Canon FS100 SD Camcorder

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Digital Video: Standard Definition or High Definition Standard Definition Power Consumption TBA Image Sensor 1/6" CCD Sensor Total Pixels Approx. 1,070,000 pixels Effective Pixels Movies: 16:9 - approx. 550,000 pixels (ADV.Z off) 16:9 - approx. 710,000 pixels (ADV.Z on, wide) 16:9 - approx. 410,000 pixels (ADV.Z on tele) Photos: approx. 800,000 pixels Maximum recording time 8GB SDHC Memory Card (not supplied) LP (3 Mbps): 5 hours, 10 minutes SP (6 Mbps): 2 hours, 45 minutes XP (9 Mbps): 1 hour, 50 minutes Greater recording time is possible by adding an SDHC Memory Card. Lens Zoom Ratio 48x Advanced Zoom (16:9) 37x Optical/2000x Digital Focal Length f=2.6-96.2mm Zoom Speed Variable/3 Fixed Zoom Speeds Max. F/Stop f/2.0-5.2 Programmed AE Auto, Program, Tv, Portrait, Sports, Night, Snow, Beach, Sunset, Spotlight, Fireworks Max Shutter Speed 1/2000 1/500 (stills) Minimum Focusing Distance 10mm (wide)/1m (tele) White Balance Daylight, Tungsten, Auto, Manual Image Stabilization Electronic LCD Screen 2.7" Widescreen LCD (Approx. 123,000 pixels) Recording Media SD/SDHC Memory Card (not supplied) Audio Dolby Digital 2ch (AC-3 2 ch) Accessory Shoe No Supplied Video Editing Software Pixela ImageMixer 3SE Microphone Terminal 3.5 mm Stereo Mini-jack Dimensions (WxHxD) 2.3 x 2.4 x 4.9 in/58 x 60 x 124mm Weight (not including lens and battery pack)
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