Canon Vixia HF G10 32 GB Flash Media Hard Drive Camcorder - Specs

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Manufacturer Description

Flash Media, Hard Drive, Full-HD, 32 GB, NTSC, 1 x CCD, Up to 2.07 Megapixels Still Shots, 10x Optical Zoom, 1.2 lb. (0.54 kg)
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Key Features
Camcorder Type Digital
CCD Quantity 1.0
HDD Size 32.0 GB
Memory Still Resolution 2.07 MegaPixels
Optical Zoom 10.0 x
Recordable Media Flash Media
Recording Format Flash Media, AVCHD
Recording System NTSC
Use Video, Photo Viewing
Sensor Pixels 260000.0 K pixels
CCD Quantity 1.0
Sensor Size 1/3
Image Sensor Type CMOS
LCD / Viewfinder
Color Viewfinder Color Viewfinder
Display Type With LCD Panel, Touchscreen
LCD Panel Size 3.5 in.
Digital Zoom 200.0 x
Filter Diameter 58.0 mm
Lens Focal Length 4.25 - 42.5 mm
Video Modes
Image Stabilizer Optical Image Stabilizer
Low Lux 0.1 Lux
Recording Speed SP, LP, XP+, MXP, FXP
Audio Format 2-Channel Stereo
Memory Photography
Digital Still Shot Mode Digital Still Shot Mode
Max Still Image Size 1920 x 1080
Memory Card Type SD Card, Built-In Memory, SDHC Card
MPEG Movie Mode MPEG Movie Mode
MPEG Movie Mode Resolution 1920 x 1080
Input Interfaces Headphones Jack
Microphone Type External/Optional
Output Interfaces Composite (Video), Component, USB 2.0, HDMI
Power Supply
Battery Life 12.0 Hours
Battery Type BP-808
Depth 5.9 in.
Height 3.1 in.
Weight 1.2 lb.
Width 3.0 in.
Warranty 1 Year
Family Line Canon VIXIA
Included Accessories Software, USB Cable, AC Power Adapter, Lens Hood, Battery Pack, Video Cable, Stylus Pen
MPN 4923B002
Product ID 106441076
Release Date March, 2011
UPC 4960999783178
ReviewGist ID 63593,106441076, 106960755, 119542912

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