11.25.2008 07:30 AM
HD Camera Guide Web Site Debuts Canon Lens Video
Broadcasters and production professionals now have a new online resource for accessing information on HD cameras, lenses, and accessories. HD Camera Guide contains exclusive video interviews, product introduction videos, a video-rich educational Learning Center, an Interactive Lens Selector, a complete high-end video camera guide, and many other features.

The first edition will also include an exclusive video feature on Canon's DIGISUPER 27 HD Studio lens.

The new site, which will work with manufacturers to produce product demonstration and instructional (how-to) videos to support their own marketing materials, has also become very popular on Google. By searching ‘HD Camera Leader’ and many video equipment manufacturer and product names, the site will appear on Page 1 in the non-paid listings.

The featured video reveals the unique “highest-quality” benefits and advantages of the Canon DIGISUPER 27 and DIGISUPER 27AF, successors to the Canon DIGISUPER 25xs, which was one of the industry's most popular HD studio lenses.

The DIGISUPER 27 and DIGISUPER 27AF studio lenses are the next generation in HD studio lenses for Canon. Both are wider, have a bigger zoom ratio, and feature newly developed multi-layer optical coatings that dramatically reduce ghosting and flaring. The DIGISUPER 27AF, however, takes HD studio lens performance even further with enhanced Auto Focus capabilities for the HDTV studio environment. The DIGISUPER

27AF HD studio lens utilizes Canon’s proprietary Auto Focus technology, which is set to revolutionize HD production on multiple fronts.

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