August 15, 2006

Canon HV10 has 1920x1080 CMOS sensor

On August 2nd 2006 Canon announced their first consumer high definition camera, the HV10. It has a full resolution 1920x1080 CMOS sensor, which is actually higher resolution than the XL H1, XH G1 and XH A1. The HV10 records in 1080i and not 1080p and not at the deinterlaced 30f or 24f of the prosumer Canon HDV cameras, as a matter of fact, it only records in 60i. The Canon HV10 features it's own built in noise reduction, due to the large ammounts of noise that CMOS camcorders send out.

1920x1080... To my knowledge, you'd need a CineAlta to match that resoltuion.


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