The new Canon pro line of cameras was unveiled at CES 2011. We saw such products as the Mini XA10, a small but powerful video camera that will be good for on-the-go shooting at remote locations. There’s the XF100, a slightly larger, 50 MB/Sec camera that should hit the market at somewhere around a $3000 price point. But the most exciting new addition to the Canon line is the Canon XF105, which will retail for about $4300 and feature SDI out and storage space for two compact flash cards that will be capable of duel-recording. That’s a bargain price for this powerful of a device.
The new products that Canon unveiled on the video side should all be on the market in the near future, if they aren’t already. The prices we listed are estimated MSRP, but shop around and you may do even better. You can get a close-up look at all three of these new cameras in the video below.
Interview by Todd Cochrane of Geek News Central.
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