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Unboxing Live 011: Canon XH-A1 High Definition Digital Camcorder

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Cameras, Features, HDTV, Videocasts

Nate True is back, guest-hosting another edition of Unboxing Live.  This time we have the super-fantastic Canon XH-A1 High Definition Digital Video Camcorder. The Canon XH-A1 is $4,000 of pure, high definition enjoyment, and we give you a peek at what’s inside the box.

Let us know what you think, or what you want us to unbox next!


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From Our 2006 Holiday Gift Guide: Sony DCR-SR1000

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Cameras, Features

This is an entry from our Holiday Gift Guide. We will be updating it daily through the holidays, so be sure to check it often for some great gadget gift tips!

Read More | Gear Live Holiday Gift Guide

2006 Holiday Gift Guide: Sony DCR-SR100

Sony DCR-SR1000

Here at Gear Live HQ, we are pretty keen on hard drive-based camcorders. If you aren’t shooting any major productions, these cameras are great in situations where a handheld camera is appropriate. The Sony DCR-SR1000 is a great tapeless camcorder, holding about 7.3 hours of high quality footage on it’s internal drive. You can change the quality of your recording in order to squeeze out over 20 hours of recording capacity from the camcorder. Low light performance is better than other cameras of similar size, as it sports a Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T lens. It also have an onboard mic that records in four directions, allowing you to record in Dolby 5.1 surround sound. The only downside we could find to this one is that it’s a tad on the heavy side at 22.4 ounces.

Price: $1,630


2006 Holiday Gift Guide: Canon EOS 30D

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Cameras, Features, Women, Men, Techies

Canon EOS 30D

The 30D is an evolutionary upgrade from the EOS 20D and shares many of the same components/features such as the 8.19-megapixel CMOS sensor, shutter speed (1/8000), and autofocus system.  New to the 30D is the 2.5” LCD with a greatly increased viewing angle as compared to the 1.8” LCD on the 20D.  A deeper burst depth allows you to take more pictures in rapid succession before the camera writes to memory and is a welcome improvement when shooting in RAW mode.  ISO speed is now adjustable while looking through the viewfinder and should make shooting with changing light conditions a much easier task.

Price: $1,399 (Compare Prices)


2006 Holiday Gift Guide: Casio Exilim EX-Z700

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Cameras, Features, Family, Techies

Casio Exilim EX-Z700

If you are looking for a good pocket camera, the Casio Exilim EX-Z700 should be your hook-up. This 7.2 megapixel bad boy is packed with features that are usable and welcome by just about anyone. We are talking about features like fantastic battery life that allows for up for 460 shots on one charge, along with a whopping 37 scene mode presets. The design is sturdy, and the LCD display is a fantastic wide-screen 2.8-inches. The camera is available in three colors - blue, red, and silver.

Price: $280 (Compare Prices)

Read More | Exilim EX-Z700 Product Page

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