Canon DW-100 DVD Burner

Canon DW-100 DVD Burner

Canon DW-100 DVD Burner - Refurbished

Used Cat.# RBCDW100 MFR # 2683B013AA

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  • Back up Video Footage
  • Playback through HDTV
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Canon 2683B013AA overview

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The Canon DW-100 DVD Burner backs up your video footage to AVCHD or Standard Definition DVDs. Since there are only three buttons on the burner: Record, Power and Eject it's easy enough for anyone to use without having to learn complicated software or editing processes. The DVD burner will also playback AVCHD discs through an HDTV screen when connected to the HD camcorders.

Simple to Use
The DW-100 is easy to use. Three buttons - power, record, and eject - are all you need to backup your video. With a simple connection to your camcorder using the USB 2.0 Hi-Speed cable you can send the video information to the DW-100 to create your DVD
Extended Recording Time
The DW-100 is compatible with 8.5GB High Capacity DVD-R DL discs. You will have approximately 2.6 hours of recording time when using a DL disc at the SP setting
Backup Options
You can choose from three data backup methods with the DW-100. The entire media file may be transferred from the camcorder; or just those portions which are new or have changed; or your Playlist registration. All of these are available for either High Definition or Standard Definition footage.

It's also possible to transfer photos taken on your Canon VIXIA High Definition Flash and Hard Disk Drive camcorders as well as FS Series camcorders. The DW-100's Photomovie creation function will convert all jpeg files into a photomovie for storage or for viewing on your television

In the Box
Canon DW-100 DVD Burner
  • DW-100 DVD Burner
  • AC Adapter PA-V16
  • 90-Day B&H Refurbished Warranty
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    Canon 2683B013AA specs

    Video
    System NTSC
    Format Compatibility
    DVD Recording Media DVD-R/-R, DL/RW (5")
    DVD Playback Media DVD-R/-R, DL/RW (5 & 3")
    Connectors
    Outputs USB 2.0
    Other Ports No
    General
    Remote Control No
    Power Consumption 13VDC, 1.8A
    Power Requirements 100-240VAC, 50/60Hz
    Dimensions (WxHxD) 7 x 2.8 x 10.8" (179 x 70 x 275mm)
    Weight 4.2 lbs (1.9kg)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 6.8 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 14.5 x 10.2 x 10.0"

    Canon 2683B013AA reviews

    DW-100 DVD Burner is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 46.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Easy way to clear HF10's flash drive Really fast easy setup, requiring you only to power it on, connect to the HF10, and choose play or record. You mainly choose scenes or dates from the HF10 to determine what goes into the DVD. What bites is that you can't edit/cut short specific scenes, and that it cannot play HD DVD's (the FXP and the XP+ modes) without it being attached to the camcorder. You'll need a Blu-Ray player or a PS3 to view HD content. (Of course you can record in XP or LP modes and just create a DVD that should play in a reguar player - but that kinda defeats the point of having a HD camcorder). Oh, yeah, there's no way to convert HD to standard def while burning. All in all, though, it beats tying up the computer for hours, and letting all those memories to fill up in the flash drive.
    Date published: 2008-06-18
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Couldnt be easier Couldnt be much easier to use. Hook it up as directed, follow the prompts on your cameras screen and sit back while it burns your discs. If you are recording in high def, it may take a number of discs to hold your recording however. I used four dvd's to hold about two hours of HD recording. I originally was not happy that it didnt have its own lcd screen but using the cameras as a proxy for the recorder serves exactly the same purpose. Also, this is the only dvd burner that will work with your high def Canon camera. I tried the Sony burner first and it didnt even recognize it. Dont waste your time, buy the Canon burner.
    Date published: 2010-01-27
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from quick/easy backup of HD video First of all - I only shoot HD video. The DW-100 is the PERFECT solution for backing up HD video from the Canon VIXIA HF10. The end result can be played back on a blue-ray player OR through the camera using the DW-100. Video played back through the camera to a HD TV is so close to cable HD quality it's amazing. I attempted to use my PC to transfer and back-up HD video, and it worked some of the time (often the burner on the PC would lock up and not complete the burn resulting in wasted time and DVD's). The DW-100 is so simple - hook up your video camera, hit one button and forget it. Burns correctly every time without a single wasted DVD. If you DO want a non blue-ray consumer DVD, there is a commercially available piece of software which will provide you a 2 keystroke burn from the DVD created by the DW-100. The DW-100 will not down convert HD video for you, but that's not what it was intended to do in the first place. This is THE device for people shooting HD video.
    Date published: 2009-05-26
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Quick and easy with great quality I bought the DW-100 burner to archive my high definition video from my HFS10 video camera without having to use my computer. It is pretty simple to use and the quality of the video looks virtually like the original video. It will record about 30 minutes of video on a standard 4.7GB DVD-R disc in about a half hour of time. Sure beats hours at the computer editing and turning out compressed video that is degraded from the original footage. I only have a couple of things that I wish Canon would have included-1. It will not record at the 24fps. 2. It will only record at 17mbps or lower, not the highest quality of 24mbps which is definately visually better. I would recommend to anyone if they can live with those limitations.
    Date published: 2010-01-06
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product I only use this for taking video right off my FS-300 video camera. I was surprised that it takes so long to burn DVD. It is also bigger than I expected. But it is a great product I just set up the camera follow the on-screen prompts from the video camera andthen press the big red button on the burner and just walk away. It is great product simple and easy to use. Easily plays in all my DVD players, was even able to play it in a hospital room dvd player. Highly reccommended.
    Date published: 2011-02-03
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Much Much faster burn time than PC This burner produces true Blueray video in much less time than loading it up on your PC. This was truly a GREAT investment. Creating and backing up my videos only takes 10-15 minutes most of the time. You cannot edit the videos however - so know which videos you want to burn before hooking up your video recorder to the DVD burner otherwise it will burn ALL of your videos that are on your video recorder.
    Date published: 2009-08-05
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Works well right out of the box. Product used to transfer HD video files from camera to DVD. Works fine. However, you must use the HD video camera to make the transfer. Limited use of the produced DVD. They can only be played in Blu-ray player. Transferred relatively short recording and it took two DVD's to save the data. No ability to edit content.
    Date published: 2009-06-02
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Worthless Product I purchased the DVD burner as a quick and easy way to archive, view, and share the videos recorded from our Canon Vixia HF 100. The burner provides an easy way to archive videos in HD but the burner does not let you record in standard definition as it advertises to do. Tech support stated that the camera only records in HD and standard def burning is not an option for the DVD burner when using HD camcorders. The Tech explained that I must load the videos to a computer to reduce the video to standard definition. I was trying to avoid this step by purchasing the DVD burner and cannot see any reason why I would ever need it if I have to use the computer anyway. Unless everyone you consider sharing your movies with has a high definition AVCHD compatible DVD player you are stuck editing and creating DVDs from your computer. If you are in the market for an easy archiving tool for you HD videos and are willing to pay the price, then this is a great tool, but for anything else it is worthless.
    Date published: 2010-02-08
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