This compact all-in-one XA35 camcorder boasts a wide dynamic range and an HD/SD-SDI terminal. It's the perfect camera for professional mobile news gathering and for journalists who need to capture content discreetly, especially in challenging high contrast lighting conditions.
Outside broadcasts are easy with XA35. Signals are routed through the HD-SDI terminal and streamed directly to a broadcast van or external recorder.
The highly versatile lens combines a wide angle focal length with powerful 20x optical zoom performance to do the heavy work all in a compact design.
The XA35 boasts a super smart sensor with exceptional signal-to-noise ratio for clear sound in busy environments.
When you're on location, remotely control your camera functions through a Wi-Fi enabled device with no need for separate apps.
The DiG!C DV 4 image processor delivers optimum colour reproduction, faster auto focus speeds and improved Image Stabilization.
The XA35 delivers enhanced electronic correction of roll and tilt motions, reducing image distortion substantially even when shooting whilst walking.
Use Highlight Priority for faithful expression of tonal gradations, colours and sharpness in mid-to-high brightness range for effects similar to HDR.
Wide DR Gamma allows you to seamlessly compress high brightness areas withan expanded dynamic range of 600 per cent.
Two SDXC/SDHC memory card slots allow simultaneous recording of high-quality HD and lower resolution MP4 files for easier file transfer on location.
Camera Connect App is your go to application when you want to wirelessly shoot and transfer photos via wi-fi to your favourite social media sharing platforms or mobile devices. It combines the original CameraWindow and EOS Remote applications.Learn More
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