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Canon FS22


$899.95 Released April, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:32gb of built in flash memory. Uses SDHC cards - cheap, good capacity and easy to find. Compact size and weight - 17% smaller and lighter than previous generation.

The Cons:Standard definition footage only. Video is heavily compressed.

The Canon FS22 is a standard definition flash memory camcorder from Canon's 2009 lineup.  The camcorder is a step up from Canon's FS21 since it features 32GB of built-in flash memory for storing video and still images which is double the internal memory of the FS21.

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  Like the FS21, the FS22 features a 1.07 megapixel CMOS sensor and Canon's DIGIC DV II image processor for reduced pixel noise and improved image quality.  It also includes an SDHC expansion slot and a USB output for uploading to PC.  The camcorder is designed similar to the FS21 with a 2.7" LCD display and an ultra-compact size and weight.  It includes Canon's 48x advanced zoom technology as well as image stabilization and a quick charge feature.  The FS22 is available in a graphite finish and is expected to be released in Spring 2009.

Features/Specs

  • 1.07 Megapixel CMOS sensor
  • DIGIC DV II image processor
  • 2.7" LCD display
  • Dual Flash Memory: 32GB 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

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    32gb of built in flash memory

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    uses SDHC cards - cheap, good capacity and easy to find

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    compact size and weight - 17% smaller and lighter than previous generation

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    2.7" display

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    no mechanical hard disk eating battery power, adding weight or breaking

Cons
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    standard definition footage only

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    video is heavily compressed

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