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Grow Your Video Capabilities with Hi8 Camcorders With the ubiquity of digital recording came the popularity of physical media storage like mini-DVDs and CDs. While digital may have killed videocassette, many enthusiasts appreciate the visceral satisfaction of popping a tape into a video cassette player and watching the images come to life. And while newer technologies have completely overtaken these camcorders, there are still many cameras from Canon and other brands for anyone interested in collecting or using them. • Analog Film: Hi8, or hi-band 8mm, is an 8mm video format for analog video capture via a camera.
It is the middle child of the 8mm family and is an enhancement of the straight 8mm film from the 1980s. The format uses improved recording electronics to increase the bandwidth of the signal. This resulted in better quality and less overall noise. • Digital8: This is the successor to Hi8, which still uses 8mm film. It is capable of capturing more details despite the use of analog film thanks to digital capture and playback systems. It was introduced in 1999 and has the same logical audio and video format as miniDV or DVCAM. What Are Some Notable Canon Hi8 Camcorders?
For a deeper look at the specs, see the manufacturer site for size details. • ES8400V: This camcorder has a powerful 22x zoom lens that allows you to transform distant, seemingly unreachable scenes into captivating close-ups without losing image quality. The camera can magnify up to 800 times to capture details too distant for the naked eye to see. It has two rotary heads and a helical scanning system along with 1-channel frequency multiplexing with the video signal. Maximum capture time is at 2 hours with a 120-minute cassette.
It has a monochrome Viewfinder and a 2.5-inch LCD screen with 123,000 pixels. • ES8000V: This camcorder features a color LCD view screen along with a high-ratio lens and the Cari-Angle Prism optical image stabilization technology. It uses a button-type lithium battery. Its output terminals include a 3.5mm headphone jack and microphone input along with a built-in 23mm speaker driver. Its lens has a 4.0-88mm focal length with f/1.6-3.8 apertures with its aspherical lens. You should shoot at least 10mm away at wide angles and 1m away at zoom. • A1M2: This enthusiast's camcorder was developed as an upgrade of the A1.
It features a quality image with stereo sound, a 10x zoom lens and a dual cushion grip for comfort. It has a 1/2 charge-couple device image sensor along with a 0.7-inch Monochrome electronic viewfinder. • H850: This camcorder adds new features like title cards and music cards to let users create interesting videos. You can superimpose multicolor title cards as well. It has a 120-minute maximum capture time with a 120-minute tape and has an auto iris servo system for its aperture.