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XL1s DVD CoverThe Canon XL1s
The Canon XL1s digital video camcorder has been around for several years and has become one of the most popular camcorders in the world. It’s flexibility and functionality has made it extremely popular with every facet of the video industry. From extensive use in ‘Reality’ television shows, documentary films, corporate and government video, to feature films such as ’28 Days Later’ and ‘Full Frontal’. The camera has proven itself to be the one of the most widely used and most flexible MiniDV cameras ever. The introduction of Canon's XL2 does not make the XL1s obsolete, just discontinued. The cameras are still widely used, and available for rent and purchase. The DVD will show you all aspects of the camera, familiarize you with menus and buttons to allow you to get the most out of your camcorder.





The Ultimate Guide to the Canon XL1s DVD is over 95 minutes of comprehensive information, tips, tricks and techniques that will help you understand how to get the most out of your Canon camera. The information is presented in a straight forward, easy to understand manner that is useful to experienced camera operators and easy enough to understand for beginning camera operators. The best part is having the information on DVD allows you to review it at your leisure.

Contents of The Ultimate Guide to the Canon XL1s DVD:

Each Bold heading below refers to a Menu Page on the DVD. Each subheading below refers to a chapter title on the DVD. So each of the subjects below is accessible easily for review purposes with the click of a few buttons. The entire presentation can also be seen from start to finish as one long video.

Main Menu

Introduction

Lenses

-Standard Lens
-Neutral Density
-Push AF/AF-M
-Auto Focus
-Manual Focus
-Zooming
-16x Manual Lens
-Wide Angle Lens
-EF Adaptor
-Lens Mount
-Switching Lenses

 

XL1s Audio

-Mic/Mic ATT
-Audio 1
-Audio Level Controls
-Channels 3 and 4
-Audio Monitor

 

Camera Body 

-Lithium Ion Battery
-Zoom Grip
-Photo Button
-Start/Stop Button
-DV In/Out
-LANC Connector
-Cassette Door
-Loading Cassettes
-Battery Compartment
-Battery Release
-AV Inputs/Outputs
-Headphone Jack
-Tally Lamp
-VCR Controls
-Audio Dub/AV Insert
-Zoom Handle Controls
-Lock Button
-Viewfinder
-Stereo Microphone
-Cold Shoe
-Review and Effects Buttons
-EVF Display Buttons
-Digital Effects Buttons
-Image Controls
-Focus
-Aperture/Iris
-Shutter Speed
-Gain
-White Balance
-Auto White Balance
-Custom Preset Buttons

Modes

-Green Box Mode
-Auto Mode
-Exposure Lock
-Time Value (Tv)
-Aperture Value (Av)
-Manual Mode
-Spotlight Mode
-AE Shift

Menus

-Camera Set Up
-Custom Presents
-VCR Set Up
-Display Set UP
-System
-Custom Keys

Extras

-MiniDV Format
-MiniDV/DVCam/DVCPro 25
-Unlocked Vs. Locked Audio
-Re-Recording MiniDV Tapes
-Using the XL1s as a Deck
-Time Code
-Depth of Field
-Shutter Speeds/Slow-Motion/Fast-Motion

Conclusion

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