Canon PowerShot TX1 Sample Video Footage

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Sample footage of the Canon PowerShot TX1 courtesy of Oceanline. I’m seriously considering getting one of these and selling my Panasonic PV-GS320. Don’t get me wrong, the PV-GS320 is an excellent camcorder, but transferring the video to your computer is kind of a pain in the neck. I think the main reason I want one of these is I’d rather store video on and SD card instead of Mini-DV. The TX1 is smaller than a deck of cards, shoots high definition video and goes for around $499.

Here’s some sample TX1 footage showing off the slow motion features…

 

And more sample TX1 footage which looks like was encoded very well for YouTube:

 

Don’t let these YouTube clips discourage you… if you really want a good example of the quality, watch these two sample videos on DPReview (scroll near the bottom of the page).

Also see this Canon PowerShot TX1 review

2 Responses to “Canon PowerShot TX1 Sample Video Footage”

  1. Matt Says:
    If you want to know more about this camera, head over to the TX1 Blog where there are reveiws, more sample pics and vids and discussion on the camera. http://powershot-tx1.blogspot.com
  2. Hasib Says:
    HD videos on TX1 can take up a lot of space. I am using Divx format.
    Please check out the HD clips from my blog:
    http://gadgetreviewcentral.blogspot.com/2007/08/canon-tx-1-video-samples-in-divx.html

    The encoded clips are all under 25 mb.