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Canon unfurls New FS-CF Pro DTE Recorders

By on April 13, 2010

Being photography professional, if you are on the lookout for a solution to make the most   of all the benefits offered by flash media, then call a halt here. Canon has only just doffed the wraps of its brand-new Focus Enhancements FS-CF and FS-CF Pro portable Compact Flash DTE recorders, which tout to offer HD video recording to Compact Flash cards for the line-up of Mini-DV camcorders and HDV camcorders of Canon.

The brand-new Focus Enhancements FS-CF units are touted to provide support for 1080 25F, 24F and 50i, 30F and 60i frame rates in QuickTime as also M2T file formats. Plus, 50 and 1080i 60 are carried on in the MXF OP Atom format.

Yuichi Ishizuka, senior VP & GM, Consumer Imaging Group, Canon U.S.A, was quoted to have said that the constant fashion to a completely digital file-enabled workflow, allow us to give a fresh way to get used to earlier-unveiled Canon HDV camcorders into a file-enabled way to enable the costumers to make best use of all the advantages offered by the flash media.

As the review, the latest recorders are also touted to have been incorporated with added attributes like video playback on the color LCD of the unit, wireless metadata logging, MPEG-4 proxy file generation and a lot more to talk about. The latest devices, an ideal solution for videographers and professional cinematographers, help the buffs to provide upgrade to their present Canon HDV apparatus to a flawless file-enabled workflow.

The two units; the FS-CF and FS-CF Pro are also said to come with a standalone card slot for, which allows recording of industry ordinary Type 1 CF solid-state media. As soon as the footage of video is recorded to user-delivered CF cards, the FS-CF units can be with a lot of ease be hooked up to both Mac and Windows systems through FS-CF unit’s USB 2.0 or the CF card is easy to be understood with the help of normal memory card readers for a flawless workflow with all the rage NLE systems.

The latest Canon FS-CF and FS-CF Pro are slated to be shipped in late April for their respective price points, which start from $995, and $1,295.

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