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  • Capture high-definition video to peep memory
  • 12x visual zoom; SuperRange Optical Image Stabilizer
  • 24p Cinema Mode; 30p Progressive Mode
  • 2.7-inch widescreen Multi-Angle Vivid LCD
  • Simultaneous print capture

Product Description
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Canon VIXIA HF100 Flash Memory High Definition Camcorder with 12x Optical Image Stabilized Zoom



5 Reviews

  1. Padmnabh H. Patel says:

    we cancelled are order. steel we haven’t got refund yet.after three weeks we called tigerdirect and amozon. they hangup phone.then we called are amx credit card now they are going to investgateing.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  2. R. Chakravorty says:

    I bought this recorder, not from Amazon. I frankly do not see the difference between my “not so high definition” camera and this one. I do not think the noise reduction technology is works. It is a marketing gimmick. The picture is noisy under low light condition. Focussing is hard and goes out of focus. Over all performace is not what it is cranked up to be.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  3. Dan T. Badger says:

    This camera takes great movies. Getting them onto a disc is another story. It is a horror story too! First the Pixela program is incredibly slow, counter intuitive and limited in features. The effects are scarce compared to teh ones that can be found on Windows movie maker. Windows is incompatible with the HD level movies so you can buy the new camera (which also has limited features) to take non-HD movies and use the easier Windows program to edit them or hang onto the old camera and spend the money on something more practical.
    The customer support at Pixela borders on the sub moronic. They dribble out advice in stingy portions that make it seem like they are playing the “Jan Brady Exact Words” game. They may point you in the direction of solving one problem but can give no warning of the deluge of other problems that that solution unleashes. For instance, to download anything longer than 35 minutes or so with HD you need a DL disc. This would not be a problem except for the fact that the escaped mensa members did not specify which type (external or internal) to get. Spare yourself the guesswork – it needs an internal drive. This is the type of information that seems vaguely important, but the cagey heroes of Pixela decided to wait until I ran into problems after buying an external burner. The manual is another story. It doesn’t open!
    Rating: 1 / 5

  4. B. Gallaher says:

    Well, taking pictures with the cameria is fine, especially if you have the use of your right hand. It would be next to impossible to use left handed.

    Watching the movies is another matter. There is absolutely no support or software provided by canon for Vista 64 bit. They suggested buying Adobe premier pro, but never mentioned that that cost more than the camera. I have yet to watch a video taken with this camera.

    Update: from another site, download and run “Media Player Classic” and then change the filename extension to .MPG. Then windows media player may work then.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  5. S. Mueller says:

    Bought this camcorder from Amazon in June. Took it on a vacation to Europe. The quality of the video is great, but the camcorder broke half way through my vacation. When turning on the camera in record mode, the screen stayed black, and the unit made clicking noises. Playback luckily still worked fine, so I could offload the video I had taken. Dropped it off at Canon (they are local). Hopefully will work better once fixed/replaced.
    Rating: 2 / 5

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