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I am the IT director for my church. After much research and comparisons I settled on the Canon Vixia HF G40. purchased this camcorder for the sole purpose of live streaming our church services. I selected this camcorder based on the features and reputation of Canon products.
What I love the most is video quality in low light. I have use it while my friend drove and I video tape at the Bluar Ridge Park Way. I Recorded a group playing at the blue ridge music center with great quality of video and sound. The battery life is good.
No battery charger included with the camera
bought it for low light functionality but not wowed by the result I got. Just a little better than the midrange cameras. Also disappointed that the remote only works with the lcd open.Otherwise, a great looking camera with several good functionalities that produces crisp pictures.
I have had my camera for about 3 weeks now and love it. I use it to record outside sporting events. There have been a few others also filming while I was there with much larger and more expensive equipment but the g40 provides better quality.
Upgraded from the G10. Noticeable improvement in quality. Using this for indooor sports and night football games. Would buy again.
This item looks smaller than what I image. No problem in using.
I have the G30 and it is the best HD seen on a HD tv I ever had
I like how it adjusts to the light situation and how it shows detail of what you are shooting. The video results are better than my G30. I use the auto setting and I am very pleased with the results. The video is pleasant to watch.
I upgraded from a Vixia HF R800 after a shoot in broad daylight. Despite having a viewfinder hood, all I could see in the screen was my own reflection. I was basically flying blind and could not frame my shots. So glad I have the G40 with its eye-piece style viewfinder now!
Considering Sony and Panasonic both have 4K models with 1-inch-ish sensors priced around 1K, Canon is really lagging behind with the competitions. The competition also comes from the greatly improved video capabilities in DSLR's.