Released January, 2008
The Pros:Writes directly to the DVD for easy archiving. Good zoom range, can get up close to very distant subjects. Easy to learn to use for novice users.
The Cons:Resulting DVDs often won't work in a standard DVD player or PC. No way to get files other than burning them onto a DVD. Menus are very confusing and take a lot of getting used to.
The Canon DC310 is a DVD camcorder that allows users to record directly to DVD. Critics have praised its ease of use stability, video editing features, quality of balance and excellence of playback (probably explained by its advanced Digic DV II image processor, which was first developed for Canon's HD camcorders, and are known for their high quality with features such as advanced noise reduction technology).
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However they criticized its lack of external mic, poor microphone quality and limited features. It has a 41x advanced zoom feature and a 2.7" 16:9 wide screen LCD display. It has a quick start which powers the whole thing and makes it ready to shoot in 1 second. It has a moderate .79 MegaPixel memory still resolution
- Recording format: DVD (-R/-RW/-R DL)
- Recording system: NTSC
- Memory Still Resolution: .79 MP
- Optical Zoom: 37x
- Digital zoom: 41x
- CCD: 680k pixels
- LCD size: 2.7" in 16:9 format
- Recording speed: SP. XP. LP
User Reviews (1)
writes directly to the DVD for easy archiving
good zoom range, can get up close to very distant subjects
easy to learn to use for novice users
outdoor video quality is sharp and clear
resulting DVDs often won't work in a standard DVD player or PC
no way to get files other than burning them onto a DVD
menus are very confusing and take a lot of getting used to
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