Canon Japan has unveiled three camcorders from the IVIS series – HF M52/M51, HF M41/M43 and R31 – which incorporate the improved CMOS sensor that can capture good quality video even in dark situations.
Canon Japan has increased the sensitivity of the CMOS sensor which allows their IVIS series camcorders to record videos at good quality even under dark environment. The Canon iVIS HF M52 camcorder features Wi-Fi capability which allow captured videos to be shared to social networking sites, and fast transmission of high definition movies with support of MPEG-4 format. The HF R31 is equipped with a 32x optical zoom that assures wide-angle and telephoto conversion. All three camcorders incorporate DIGIC DV III image processing technology, "Canon HD video lens" and "multiple scene IS" that lets you shoot beautiful images easily. The company will be launching three models, namely the HF M52, HF M51 and HF R31, early March.