Canon Elura 100 Mini DV Camcorder
Around the world, the name Canon means optical excellence, advanced image processing, and superb performance. And Canon digital video... Read More
Around the world, the name Canon means optical excellence, advanced image processing, and superb performance. And Canon digital video camcorders are no exception. The Elura family of camcorders offers a wide variety of advanced, yet easy-to-use features that make them perfect for capturing all of life's moments. The Eluras are the most affordable of Canon's Megapixel camcorders and give you both vivid video and brilliant digital photographs. They make it easy to share memories with family and friends. With the Elura 100, you get all the flexibility and versatility of the Elura line, plus an impressive optical and digital zoom range, Double Shot technology for great video and digital photos, new features like Smooth Zoom and Level Shot, plus features found on more expensive camcorders. You also get an easy-to-read menu system for simple operation. And an omni-selector joystick that lets you easily operate playback, focus, exposure and menu options with a single controller. Minimize
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Nov 14, 2006
~~ Mickey! Donald!! Goofy!!! SMILE!! ~~
Pros: Fast, awesome zoom speed, everyone fits in picture, extras
Cons: No memory card, better for outdoor use
This is great to have in a family vacation, birthday party situation. Easy to use, perfect quality! Read More at Epinions.com
Dec 23, 2006
Great Value - Good camera for the Money!
Pros: Excellent quality, compact, great Value
Cons: Minor motor noise (read review), FireWire not included
The Elura100 is consistently rated one of the best performing sub-$500 cameras on the market. I agree! Read More at Epinions.com
May 19, 2008
I love this camera!
Pros: great picture, awesome user features and user friendly.
Cons: a little big and heavy and not the best mic.
This thing is the best camera i have ever owned! Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 2, 2007
Canon Digital Camcorder Elura 100 Nice product!!
Pros: Very easy to use
Cons: could be little bit cheaper
Buy it very good for the buck Read More at Epinions.com
Apr 18, 2007
Great camera, great deal!
Pros: Great video quality. very small and compact. Easy to use! unbeatable price.
Cons: No Firewire cable! Read More at Epinions.com
Feb 3, 2007
Made the Right Choice
Pros: rapid and accurate focus and exposure, price, weight, size, picture quality
Cons: can only download video (from tape) to PC with Firewire. Read More at Epinions.com
Nov 13, 2006
Good Camera - Great Price
Pros: Great Zoom, Great Size, Good quality video
Cons: Not great low light. You'll probably want to have an extra battery. Read More at Epinions.com
Mar 26, 2006
Great improvement from the Elura 90
Pros: Sharp image, good audio, great in low level lighting, size,built-in lens cap
Cons: No firewire to USB cable to make transferring video to your PC easier. Read More at Epinions.com
May 2, 2006
Best mini DV camcorder on the market!
Pros: Megapixel camera at sub megapixel prices, great design, compact, double lights, long battery life.
Cons: Plastic hinged doors with flimsy plastic attachments to SD port and jacks for battery charger. Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 23, 2008
Wonderful gift to go along new baby girl...
Pros: Wide mode, compact size, ease of use
Cons: LED lights, need to purchase extra battery & separate charger, hard plastic small viewfinder.
Buy this model or successor. B&H June of 2006 I want my first camcorder & I like Canon still cameras. Without hesitation the salesman picked up the Elura 100. Read More at Epinions.com
Jun 8, 2006
Elura 100 alot of canon for your $$$$
Pros: Image Quality 20X Optical Zoom Widescreen LCD Small Size Low Weight Remote control Fast Startup
Cons: Difficult menu and controls No DV Cable included No hotshoe Odd tripod mount placement
The Elura 100 will give you high quality movies for many years to come. The features will allow you to grow your skills and do alot with the camera. Read More at Epinions.com