Released January, 2008
The Pros:37x optical zoom. Image stabilization. Affordable price.
The Cons:Limited to DVDs as recording media - no internal hard disk or flash memory. Poor still images - limited by the smaller 1MP sensor. Not high definition.
The Canon DC330 is a DVD camcorder that allows its users to record directly to DVD. It was released 2008 and comes as the most expensive of the low end Canon DVD camcorder portfolio. Like the rest of the Canon DC 300 DVD camcorder series, this piece has a Digic DV II image processor (supposed to have high image quality as it was originally developed for Canon's HD pieces, however it gets mixed reviews from critics).
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This one has a higher zoom than the Canon DC310 and Canon DC320 (48x vs 41x). Its CCD processor is at 1.07 mega pixel, equivalent to the DC320. It has SD card storage capability and a quick start button that makes the camera ready to roll in one second.
- Capture video direct to DVD
- 37x Optical Zoom; image stabilizer
- 2.7-inch widescreen LCD monitor; widescreen HR recording
- DVD-R/-RW/-R DL recording format
- USB 2.0 hi-speed terminal for quick video transfer
- 48x digital zoom
- CCD processor 1.07 MP
- SD card storage
- quick start
User Reviews (2)
limited to DVDs as recording media - no internal hard disk or flash memory
poor still images - limited by the smaller 1MP sensor
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