Canon Vixia HG20 Video
The Vixia HF10, Canon's first flash-based camcorder, delivers excellent HD video quality and performance in a tiny package.
The Canon Vixia HF100 delivers excellent HD video quality and performance in a tiny package.
While the Canon Vixia HF S10 is an excellent flash-based prosumer HD camcorder, you may nevertheless pass it on because it lacks an eye-level viewfinder.
Brian Tong showcases Canon's first entry for flash-based high-definition camcorders. What's the verdict? Canon does it right.
The Canon Vixia HV30, an extremely minor upgrade from the HV20, remains a quality HDV camcorder with a couple of performance issues.
While it's more expensive than its sub-$600 competitors, the Canon Vixia HF20 and Vixia HF200 deliver a more extensive feature set for the extra money. The HF200, which lacks internal memory, is probably a better buy than the HF20, though the HF20's all-black body is a bit classier looking.
While it's got a great shooter feature set and good video quality, the Canon Vixia HF G10 still feels a bit expensive for what it offers.
While they're an excellent trio of camcorders, the Vixia HF S21, HF S20, and HF S200 are significantly more expensive than their respective competitors, especially since the S20 and S200 lack electronic viewfinders. If you can forego some of the subtleties of its manual controls, you can probably get what you need with a cheaper camcorder.
Brian Tong brings you a showdown between two of the top flash-based consumer high-definition Cameras. Who's got the goods? The Prizefight ring will decide it all.
The Canon PowerShot SX1 IS offers a 20x zoom lens and HD video, which you can't get in a similarly priced dSLR, and delivers more features and slightly better performance and photo quality than the cheaper SX10 IS.