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The Canon XC10 captures stunning 4K/Full HD 4:2:2 video and high quality stills all from one compact, lightweight and easy to use camera. Complete with 10x zoom lens, optical image stabilisation and Wi-Fi remote control, you’ll be able to get involved with a range of shooting options, albeit dawn or dusk.
Key features 1.0” CMOS sensor Record 4K footage at up to 305Mbps/4:2:2/8 Capture 12MP stills or 8.29MP 4K movie grabs Records 4K internally to a CFast 2.0 card Superb light performance with up to 20,000 ISO & built-in ND filter 10x optical zoom with OIS Slow and fast motion recording Control across a Wi-Fi connection Compact & ergonomic design including rotating hand grip, vari-angle LCD panel and optical loupe viewfinder Superb movies and photos Optimised to deliver high resolution, high sensitivity and low noise shots is the large 1.0 inch Canon CMOS sensor.
This helps to achieve beautiful 12 megapixel still images with ease. You can decide how these will appear and be recorded by selecting one of a variety of different ‘look’ settings and adjustment functions. A 4K movie can create a picture-perfect 8.29 megapixel still too by extracting and saving the best frame. You can even record stunning high bit rate 4K movies to an internal CFast 2.0 memory card, and Full HD video or stills to a separate internal SD card. With Oversampling HD processing, you’ll be able to leverage the powers of 4K image capture in Full HD recording, with higher quality and clearer results.
Closer and more stable shooting Fitted with a 10x optical zoom lens, the XC10 is optimised to capture 4K frames. Equipped with separate manual control rings for focus and zoom selection, you’ll be able to get closer to the action as it unfolds. Better still, a combined optical and electronic image stabilisation system, results in a smooth, steady image when shooting handheld or on the move.