The Elura 40MC is a compact and versatile camcorder offering a unique combination of features to produce both high-quality video and stills from the same camera. It's a camcorder that offers point-and-shoot simplicity without limiting your ability to take command and stretch your creative wings when you want. Note its extensive offering of digital video special effects and its optional ability to make color prints without connection to a computer.The Elura 40MC offers the superior quality of digital video, the ability to take digital still pictures and store them on a MultiMediaCard, as well as the optional capability of making prints without connection to a computer. The Elura 40MC also gives you a host of new digital effects, automatic and manual controls, and offers quick and easy connection to your computer.
Recording Media: Tape Media, Memory Card, MiniDV
LCD Screen Size: 2 in
Interface Connection: 1 x 4-pin IEEE 1394, 1 x S-Video In/Out, 1 x USB, 1 x Headphone, 1 x Microphone, 1 x DC Power In
Image Stabilization: Digital
normalized-Optical Zoom: 10
Product Title: Canon Elura 40MC Digital Camcorder - 2" LCD - CCD
Power Score: 4.5 | 2 Reviews
Image Sensor: CCD
Image Sensor Quantity: 1
Image Sensor Size: 1/6"
Optical Zoom: 10 X
Digital Zoom: 200x
Filter Diameter: 28 mm
Minimum Lux Rating: 2.4 lux
Additional Features: Backlight Compensation, Built-In Edit Capability, Color Digital Fade, Date Code, Fader Function, PC Connection, PCM Digital Recording, Time Code
Power Source: Rechargeable Battery
Height: 4.37 in
Weight: 13.76 oz
Width: 2 in
Depth: 3.5 in
Warranty Information: 1 Year Limited
URL: Manufacturer Link
Category: Video Camera
Viewfinder Type: Electronic
Image Format: JPEG
Product Line: Elura
White Balance: Manual
Max Focal Length: 25 mm
Focus Features: Auto Focus, Manual Focus
Shortest Shutter Speed: 1/2000 Second
Total Camcorder Resolution: 0.7 Megapixel
Labor Warranty: 1 year(s)
Features: Selective Image Deletion, Viewfinder
Product Model: 40MC
Microphone Technology: Electret Condenser
Brand Name: Canon
Total Pixels: 680000
Camera Type: Fixed
Included Components: AC Adapter, Battery, Battery Recharger, Cables, Editing Software, Recording Media, Remote
Audio Support: PCM
Min Aperture: 1.8 1/f
White Balance Modes: Auto
Remote Control: Basic Remote
Maximum Video Lines: 525
Min Focus Distance: 0.375 in
Description: Canon Elura40MC
Class: Audio Visual Accessory
Min Focal Length: 2.5 mm
Base Warranty: 1 year(s)
Max Aperture: 2.3 1/f
Special Effects: Black and White, Mosaic, Negative Art, Sepia
Parts Warranty: 1 year(s)
Maximum Shutter Speed: 2000 1/f
Exposure Settings: Auto Exposure, Manual Exposure
Memory Card Type Include: Secure Digital (SD) Card
Product Reviews (2)
I love the size and ease of use,...
Strengths: Tiny, good picture (not great), features, ease of use
Weakness: picture is ok but not great, batteries only last a short time. Buy 2 batteries!
I love the size and ease of use, the high price is a turn off, and with the picture only being good, not fantastic, i don't think its justified, but overall i would recommend it, I'd buy extra batteries though, wish I could tell at a glance if they were charged or not. Quick to change out tapes too, very nice.
By kymberm - Apr 10, 2003
This is a unit that anyone can...
Strengths: Portability, It is smaller than some of the digital cameras. Its XGA still capability is a major plus point. Color balance on the still are excellent.
Weakness: Crammed ports on the unit. Though inevitable, the LCD is small.
This is a unit that anyone can carry in their coat pocket and it is extremely flexible to get pictures and movies of action takin place anywhere. Except at extreme digital zooms, the camera is able to focus and adjust exposures on shots. The camera can get as close as 1 inch from a subject and the stills as well as movies are quite satisfactory. You will need a high end digicam to do this. Great...
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This is a unit that anyone can carry in their coat pocket and it is extremely flexible to get pictures and movies of action takin place anywhere. Except at extreme digital zooms, the camera is able to focus and adjust exposures on shots. The camera can get as close as 1 inch from a subject and the stills as well as movies are quite satisfactory. You will need a high end digicam to do this. Great for action catching reporters. XGA still make great picture cards. As far as shake-proofing is concerned I would rate it as below average. We have to be very steady handed and hence might restrict older people from using it. I am old fasioned and would have really prefered a native view finder rather than a LCD screen inside it. LCD screen is small but in 97% of the cases it is sufficient (of course it is not so good to check on playbacks). Amazing piece of equipment that has even permitted me to leave behind my 2.1 mp digital camera. Just got to hold the camcorder very steady to take the pictures or shift to sports-mode to pick on active subjects. This is a camera that would be in the technology forefront for many months to come... not easily outdated.
By arunrajmohan - Mar 29, 2003