Canon Legria HF M406
- Medium: Slightly chunkier than competition; Pretty low wide angle.
- This brings enough space, which it fills with high-quality images, which are particularly in Lowlight unparalleled.
- There is also a potent battery and a remote control, which is unfortunately rare in the field.
- The HF M406 is apparently slowed down in image quality mainly by the quality of the lens.
- The larger proportions of the housing proves to be exemplary.
- Other positive insights were in photosensitivity and sound quality.
- Is the surcharge from the consumer camera to the small professional really worth it?
- criteria were equipment, recording practice, operation, sound (system), picture quality and sound quality.
- Sharp and exposure can also be adjusted by hand.
- Sony even displays a zebra pattern when over-exposed: this helps adjust the brightness.
- The M-series also uses the same chip, making it much more affordable.
- The filmmaker has the choice between the M 406 (which records only on card) or the 50 Euro more expensive M 46, which in addition to the two card slots also has a 16-Giga-byte fixed memory.
- With it it offers the possibility to convert HD recordings from the fixed memory in standard definition on card.
- At Canon, the middle class starts at a price of 650 euros.
- Alternatively, Canon markets the same model as the Legria HF M46, then with 16 GB of internal flash memory for 700 euros.
Canon Legria Hf M406 Fullhd Camcorder
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Canon Legria Hf M Test
Test of a Canon HF M406 camcorder. The cam shoots in HD 1920×1080, but it´s possible to choose lower quality. I like this camera