4.3
1 reviews
86

Canon VIXIA HF M32


$1,000.00 Released September, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Video quality is crisp, bright and detailed - excellent image capture throughout indoor and outdoor applications alike. Lightweight, compact design is a major selling point - unit is conducive to longer video shooting without tiring the hand, and is also highly portable. Massive storage capacity enables extensive on-board content handling - up to 80GB of space available when 64GB internal drive is supplemented with a 16GB SDHC card.

The Cons:Battery life is relatively poor - most users report an average of 1 hour when at full capacity, with occasional occasional units ceasing to work after as little as 6 months.

The Canon VIXIA HF M32 is a high-end 1080p camcorder with 64GB of internal memory. Its Full HD CMOS Image Sensor offers capture of 1080p HD video and 3.89 megapixel still images while its 2.7" LCD touch panel offers a simple and intuitive interface for menu navigation.

Where to Buy

loading.. Loading latest prices from ProductWiki...

Additionally, the VIXIA HF M32 offers SDHC and SDXC memory card compatibility with Relay Recording for longer periods of uninterrupted filming.

The VIXIA HF M32's Full HD CMOS Image Sensor offers high-quality images and video while its DIGIC DV III Image Processor enhances colour reproduction and its 24Mbps bit rate for AVCHD quality. Its 2.7" LCD touch panel not only provides the VIXIA HF M32 with an easy-to-use menu interface, it also provides a high-quality viewscreen for on-the-go watching of recorded media at 211,000 dots. Meanwhile, the VIXIA HF M32's compatibility with SDHC and SDXC cards allows for extreme amounts of video storage while its Relay Recording function automatically switches from internal memory to external during filming when the internal memory becomes full.

Features

  • Full 1080p video recording at 24Mbps
  • Full HD CMOS Image Sensor with DIGIC DV III Image Processor
  • Capable of capturing 3.89 megapixel still images
  • 64GB of internal storage expandable via SDHC/SDXC
  • 211,000 dot 2.7" LCD touch panel
  • 30p Progressive Mode for enhanced clarity
  • Instant AF focusing system for faster focusing

User Reviews (1)

  •  
Add Pros & Cons
86
ProScore
Pros
  • 1

    Video quality is crisp, bright and detailed - excellent image capture throughout indoor and outdoor applications alike

  • 1

    Lightweight, compact design is a major selling point - unit is conducive to longer video shooting without tiring the hand, and is also highly portable

  • 1

    Massive storage capacity enables extensive on-board content handling - up to 80GB of space available when 64GB internal drive is supplemented with a 16GB SDHC card

  • 1

    Integrated microphone captures high-quality, true-to-life sound - free of harsh, tinny overtones common to many lower-end digital cameras

  • 1

    Simple, logical camera layout provides a minimal learning curve - ideal for inexperienced users and technophobes who avoid over-complicated devices

  • 1

    Wide variety of manual functions provides a truly customizable video experience - advanced focus and color balance settings allow users to optimize recording capabilities in all sorts of environments

Cons
  • 1

    Battery life is relatively poor - most users report an average of 1 hour when at full capacity, with occasional occasional units ceasing to work after as little as 6 months

Comments (0)

What's on your mind? See more ProductWiki Talk

You may also like...