Vixia HF R800 Unboxing & Test

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Canon Vixia HF R700 Camera Review

Could this be the best budget vlogging camera of 2016? You be the judge, The canon Vixia HF R700 Camcorder comes packed with features. Not only is it able to film 1080p at 60 frames a second, but it also has a microphone input and you can flip the screen 180 Degrees to the front. Check out this video to see an awesome review of this camera and all its features AND how you can get started with vlogging with not only great picture quality but great audio quality aswell! This camcorder however does not have a mount for a microphone but if you put your mind to the task you can easily figure out a way to mount a microphone to this camera. Did i forget to mention the arpeture starts out at an F1.8? Thank you for watching! If you enjoyed the video please remember to leave a Like, Comment and Subscribe! You can find us on Twitter here! You can find us on Facebook here! Songs used in this video: Song #1 Heuse & Zeus x Crona - Pill (feat. Emma Sameth) [NCS Release] Music Provided by NCS Artists: Heuse • • Zeus x Crona • • Emma Sameth • • Song #2 Cartoon - On & On (feat. Daniel Levi) [NCS Release] Music Provided by NCS Artists: ▽ Follow Cartoon SoundCloud Facebook ▽ Follow Daniel Levi (vocalist) Facebook Website -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Finally Fixing My Turbo! And Visiting D&B's!" -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-

Best Cheap YouTube Camera. Canon HFR800 Unboxing and Review.

Whats shaking YouTube today I got a new camera up for unboxing and review. This here is the Canon VIXIA HFR800 camcorder. In my opinion this is the best cheap camera for youtube aslo just the best starter camera in general for filming videos. I have been shooting with canon camcorders for the last 2 years and it helped my youtube channel grow fast. At less than $300 how can you go wrong with this camcorder. If you wanna pick one up you can get it here . I highly recommend this camera for how easy it is to use. I hope you like the video and as always thanks for watching. Official Team Member of Magic YoYo Tweet at me on twitter @kowalskiDylan snapchat- hotdiggidy facebook- instagram - hotdiggity86 psn- hotdiggidy For a free ride on UBER use code. Dylank2537ue MY GEAR CAMERA - LIGHTS - TRIPOD - ACTION CAMERA - SOFTWARE - #yoyo #magicyoyo #unboxing #review #canon #camera #youtube #youtuber #youtubemoney #camcorder #photography

2017 Canon Vixia HF R800 / HF R80 / HF R82 Camcorder Review / Tutorial - More of the same!

Buy it on Amazon - (affiliate link) - Canon's latest Vixia Camcorder isn't all that different from last year's (or the year before that). It lacks a feature important for long recordings. See more camcorders: and subscribe! - index below: VIDEO INDEX: 00:24 - Pricing 00:28 - HF R800 vs. HF R82 vs. HF R80 00:54 - No difference over older models 01:15 - Max res 1080p 60 01:41 - Hardware overview 01:44 - Why a camcorder vs. a smartphone? 02:15 - Ports 02:28 - Outputs clean HDMI 02:51 - Had external mic input 03:20 - Internal storage 03:27 - Differences vs. HF R800 04:23 - Battery and battery life 04:47 - Marker 1 04:55 - Built in lens cover 05:13 - Length of power cord 05:32 - Difficult of manual controls 05:53 - Zoom controls 06:09 - Difficulties with long duration recordings 06:57 - Connecting camcorder to computer 08:58 - Feature overview 09:09 - Recommendations for what mode to use 09:35 - Pre-Record feature 10:13 - Manual controls 10:48 - Adjusting record quality 11:32 - 60p recording disables Wifi remote control feature 11:54 - Speed of autofocus 12:00 - "Lock on" focusing 12:21 - Face recognition for focusing 12:51 - Using Wifi features 13:07 - It will not work as a webcam 13:15 - Required mobile apps 14:03 - Initiating Wifi on the camera 14:24 - Using Camera Access+ (remote control app) 15:56 - Transferring video off the camcorder wirelessly 16:59 - Image quality 17:13 - Low light advice / grainy image First: I recommend not choosing this model and instead opt for the much lower cost HF R800. Canon is charging a $150 price premium for the HF R82. The only things gained for that price difference is the 32 GB of internal storage and the Wifi remote control feature which isn't all that great. Canon's low-end consumer models have not changed much over the last several years, even though they come out with a "new" version each year. In my testing this camera performs and feels the same as the HF R500 / HF R50 models that were introduced several years ago. The only big change I can see on this camera vs. last year's model is the removal of AVCHD recording. It now records to MP4 files only which will make it easier to copy videos to a computer but will introduce difficulties when recording for long periods of time with older SD cards. You'll end up with separate files every 15-30 minutes. The only way to get a continuous recording is to drop it into editing software and stitch the files together. Not good. Battery life is excellent, with the battery easily providing two hours of recording. Canon started including the larger battery a few years ago and it really is nice to see a useable battery get packed in the box without having to make an additional purchase. The Wifi remote control with a smartphone works but has a ton of latency (usually about a second and a half back to your phone). That latency can be lowered but the connection from the camera to the phone is not as reliable. It looks like the app really hasn't changed all that much in the last several years and is really not worth the price premium in my opinion. Canon used to pack in a physical remote control that was more useful. All in it's a nice camcorder but no different than the one they introduced several years ago. If you can find older models on clearance there really isn't much of a difference. And I think the features on 82 vs. the 800 does not warrant the $150 price premium. So if all you need is a camcorder and don't need the Wifi go for the HF R800 - it's a great value. Subscribe to my email list to get a weekly digest of upcoming videos! - See my second channel for supplementary content : Visit the Lon.TV store to purchase some of my previously reviewed items! Read more about my transparency and disclaimers: Want to chat with other fans of the channel? Visit our forums! Want to help the channel? Start a Patreon subscription! or donate to my Tip Jar! or contribute via Venmo! Follow me on Facebook! Follow me on Twitter! Catch my longer interviews in audio form on my podcast! or the feed at Follow me on Google+

Cheap Canon camera VS Expensive Canon cam

Check out Cheap $200 camera quality vs Expensive $1,000 Canon Vixia cam, My Youtube cam microphone and lighting Setup see list below- This is My Youtube setup audio video lighting Canon HF R800 - the Canon HF r500 is Discontinued, arm clamp light - Rode Video Mic pro- Umbrella light- Expensive $1000 cam- - Ring Halo LED Light- Power director 15 for PC and Mac- Alienware Alpha R2 Gaming PC under 400usd Learn more about Tech, Subscribe for more tech videos- * Follow Tampatec on Instagram for tech videos and tech giveaways - *Follow on G+ * I offer free tech support only for my subscribers and followers * When working on electronics act at your own risk, follow your electronics safety manual and / or NEC safety codes, unplug power and properly discharge capacitors in circuit safely. *Some of these products I buy myself and some I receive for free to produce a Howto guide or / and review for companies but I DON'T get $ for product reviews. *My TV repair tools I use in my videos at my TV repair shop here- this supports the channel thanks Hi, I'm Paul an electronics tech from Tampa FL aka Tampatec, I post weekly, usually on the weekends. My channel is aimed for anyone that wants an easy to follow tech guide or wants to easily learn how to setup, use or fix their electronics whether it's LED LCD TV, tablets, phone repair, home automation, Google Home, Chromecast guide, Amazon Echo speaker and much more. Thanks for watching and your support!

Best 2017 Entry Level Camcorder? Canon Vixia HF R800 Unboxing and Review!

In this video I provide you all with an unboxing and review of the HF R800 camcorder by Canon. This is the newest release of the entry level camcorder and is priced at $299.99. Is it worth the pricetag? Watch the video for my humble opinion! Link to camcorder twitter: @techmoe561 intro beat produced by Five Star Beats

This is a very good camera, for a very cheap price. The video quality is in HD 1080p 60 fps, and the anti-shake functions work quite well. The only problem I have with it, is taht there is nowhere to mount a Mic.

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