We’ve talked about a few cameras and camcorders recently hoping to get some of our readers more interested in the visual technology beyond what a mobile phone can do, but with so many models and bands out there like anything it’s hard to pick the right one. The new Canon M32 camcorder has just been announced by the camera giants and to be honest it’s just an upgrade of its older M31, on the other hand the M31 was a popular well reviewed, recently released, camcorder so a better version can only be a good thing.
Specs wise it’s not much different. Powered with a DIGIC DV III processor and a HD CMOS sensor this camcorder is capable of 15x optical zoom with image stabilization and the same “Touch and Track” capabilities of it’s little brother. With a 2.7” touchscreen for your viewing pleasure it’s also capable of capturing 3.3MP stills
So what’s the difference????? Storage my friends. Now with double the storage capabilities of the M31 (a total of 64GB to be exact) it also has SDXC memory card support to to further expand. Plenty of room for your home movies and snaps. Out in September there’s no official price but as the M31 retails at around £600 we’d expect the M32 to retail at around that and maybe a slight drop in price for the M31.