HDV camcorder

Could this be a HDV camcorder? http://www.camcorderinfo.com/content/Canon-DC40-Camcorder-Review.htm
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fredshovelConnect With a Mentor Commented:
No, it's a DVD camcorder. HDV is quite up-market from this.



If you have a look around you'll find some in the consumer price range -- but always stress HDV -- and most are listed as 1080i.

FYI: The camera of choice for 'film makers' is one than can shoot at 24p -- that's 24 frames per second -- that's what a lot of film was shot at, and that 'shuttered look' is what our eyes got use to seeing and accepting as a 'film look'.

Visual3DMayaAuthor Commented:
ok but is it something on he market, affordable price? :)
Visual3DMayaAuthor Commented:
Cooool but i'd like (DVD or )hard disk media, variable MPEG2 compression, gyroscopic Image-Stabilization System and if possible a better zoom and price :)
Visual3DMayaAuthor Commented:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/B0009Q4W9A/ref=olp_tab_new/102-6178902-6152915?ie=UTF8&condition=new why there are such different prices for a new camcorder?
Anyway, cool links, all of them!
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