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Sanyo To Launch World’s First Full HD Camcorder in June

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The world’s first waterproof full HD camcorder has been created by Sanyo and it’s part of Sanyo’s small line of Xacti camcorders.

Called the DMX-CA100, the camcorder features a 14 megapixel lens with 6 times of optical zoom augmented by a 6x “Advanced Zoom” which won’t blow the pixels like a regular zoom, but crops the image sensor. The camcorder is capable of recording full 1080p video for about an hour at a depth of 3 meters. The IPX8 water resistant device also features another shooting mode which will allow its user to shoot at 7Fps for up to 22 shots.

The Sanyo DMX-CA100 waterproof camcorder will be available for purchase starting with June and comes in black, pink, and yellow but, for the moment, there are no details about pricing.

Sanyo Announces Two New Full HD Xacti Camcorders


Sanyo has annonunced its popular Xacti camcorder series will be getting two new additions, the DMX-CG100 and the DMX CH1.

The only difference between Sanyo’s new gadgets is their shape. While the DMX-CH1 has a more conventional shape, the CG100 stays true to Sanyo’s original design. features of these new camcorders include 14 megapixel CMOS sensors, 1920×1080 pixels resolution, 5x optical zoom, HDMI out and microSD card slot able to accomodate up to 64 Gb of storage memory.


Sanyo Announces 1080p, 14.4 MP XACTI Camcorder


Japanese tech giant Sanyo has announced another model of their now famous XACTI camcorders, the CG 110.

Maintaining the same comfortable, pistol-grip shape Sanyo camcorders have become famous for, the XACTI CG 110 also comes with pretty kick-ass features. This cool-looking video-recording device is capable of 1080p, 60 fps video-clips as well as 14.4 megapixel still shots. Onboard memory is a decent 16 Gb, but thanks to the SD card slot, you can add up to 64 GB extra memory.

Other cool features of the Sanyo XACTI CG 1010 include 5x optical zoom, a stereo speaker, flash, digital image stabilization and face detection. According to the official announcement, you’ll get up to an hour of full HD filming or about 190 shots, on a single battery charge.