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Taiwan market: Canon launches three HD flash memory camcorders
Adam Hwang, DIGITIMES, Taipei [Monday 24 May 2010]

Canon on May 21 announced the launch of three Vixia-series high-definition (HD) flash memory camcorders, the HF S200, HF M300 and HF R100, in the Taiwan market at recommended retail prices of NT$42,900 (US$1,332), NT$32,900 and NT$22,900, according to Canon Marketing (Taiwan).

Canon Vixia-series camcorders: Main specifications

Item

HF S200

HF M300

HF R100

Image sensor

1/2.6-inch CMOS

1/4-inch CMOS

1/5.5-inch CMOS

Resolution (megapixel)

Photo

8.02

3.31

1.73

Video

6.01

2.99

1.56

Optical zoom

10x

15x

20x

Screen

3.5-inch 922,000-pixel touch LCD

2.7-inch 210,000-pixel touch LCD

2.7-inch 112,000-pixel LCD

Dimension (W × H × D, mm)

75 × 74 × 140

68 × 60 × 123

60 × 64 × 124

Weight (not including battery and memory card, g)

460

320

270

Source: Company, compiled by Digitimes, May 2010

Canon VIXIA HF S200

Canon Vixia HF S200 high-definition flash memory camcorder
Photo: Company

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