Released April, 2009
The Pros:16GB of internal flash storage and an SDHC slot for expansion. 37x optical zoom. Lighter and more compact than the previous generation offering.
The Cons:Does not record in high definition. Not a large difference in technical specifications compared to previous generation. Not great in poor light.
The Canon FS21 is a standard definition flash memory camcorder from Canon's 2009 lineup. The camcorder is a slight upgrade to Canon's FS11 from 2008 and like the FS11 it features a 1.07 megapixel CMOS sensor and Canon's DIGIC DV II image processor for reduced pixel noise and improved image quality.
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The FS21 includes 16GB of built-in memory for storing video and still images, an SDHC expansion slot, and a USB output for uploading to PC. It is designed almost identical to the FS11 with a 2.7" LCD display but is lighter and more compact than the 2008 model, at only 7.9 ounces. The camcorder includes Canon's 48x advanced zoom technology as well as image stabilization and a quick charge feature. It is available in a silver finish and is expected to be released in Spring 2009.
- 1.07 Megapixel CMOS sensor
- DIGIC DV II image processor
- 2.7" LCD display
- Dual Flash Memory: 16GB internal, plus SDHC expansion slot
- 48x Advanced Zoom; 37x Optical / 2000x Digital
- Image stabilization
- Quick Charge feature
- Compact and Lightweight Design (7.9 oz.)
- USB 2.0 output
- Recording modes: 3 Mbps, 6 Mbps, 9 Mbps
- Included in Box: Battery Pack, Compact Power Adapter, Cables, Wrist Strap
- Comes with Pixela ImageMixer Video Editing Software
- 1 year limited warranty
User Reviews (1)
16GB of internal flash storage and an SDHC slot for expansion
lighter and more compact than the previous generation offering
utilizes easy to find, affordable and capacious SDHC storage
great video quality in good light
does not record in high definition
not a large difference in technical specifications compared to previous generation
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