Today Canon announced the launch of two new high-end products. The Vixia HF S11 Dual Flash Memory camcorder contains 64 GB of flash memory, which gives you up to 24 hours of actual high-def recording time. It also has SDHC support, so you can also record data directly to removable drives. This new Vixia also comes with an 8 megapixel camera, and features face detection and instant auto-focus.
The HF S11 is definitely one of the sweeter camcorders out on the market. The ability to record a full day on the internal drive is incredibly nice, and should prove convenient for serious travellers and amateur filmmakers alike. Be forewarned though; at $1,499, this is definitely not a low-cost recording option.
Canon also launched a new line of PowerShot digital cameras today. This new series includes the Canon G11, which has an LCD touchscreen, a 10 MP camera, and a 28 mm wide-angle lens. There's also the SX20 IS, which has a 12.1 megapixel camera with a 20x wide-angle optical zoom lens. Several of these new cameras (the SD980 and SD940) can shoot 720p video. Prices start at $299 for the SD940, and go up to $499 for the G11.
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