This remote-controlled, one-piece videocamera is an ideal solution for videoconferencing, distance learning, or other forms of webcasting, according to Canon. The VC-C3 reportedly improves upon earlier technology with sharper images, better color reproduction, and the ability to pan or tilt to multiple positions at various speed settings.

You can control the VC-C3 videocamera via a hand-held infrared remote or via a PC using Canon’s Control Software. The software, designed with the look and feel of the remote, can be used to control up to four cameras from one computer.

Canon’s VC-C3 retails for $1,495.

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