¼″ 470K pixel 3CCD with pixel shift,
Canon Professional L-Series Fluorite Lens,
20x optical zoom/100x digital zoom,
Optical image stabiliser,
Direction accurate stereo microphone,
Two-channel audio level manual control with VU meter,
2.5″ 200K colour LCD screen,
Sockets Include; Lanc, Headphone, Dc In, Microphone, Dv in/out, Av in/out/, USB, S-Video, Canon VIXIA HF R21
The MVX250i (as it is known in Europe), or the Elura 70 (as it is known in North America), is a digital video camera manufactured under the Canon brand. One of its features is an optional aspect ratio of 16:9.
The Canon MVX100i is a MiniDV camcorder. It features a 16x optical zoom and a 320x digital zoom, a 2.5 inch LCD screen, and a manual focus feature. It also features manual adjustment for brightness, audio volume, exposure, white balance and has several in build digital effects, including nine fades and nine video effects. The MVX100i also has the ability to take still pictures that can be saved to an SD memory card, and can record video in long and short play. The audio system is a PCM Digital Stereo and can capture in 16 or 12 bit. The terminal features sockets for headphones, external microphones, analogue-in, direct print, AV and S-video, and the video is captured to a computer via either Firewire or USB. It has an accessory shoe on the top and takes a Li-ion battery. It weight 620 grams.