Sanyo Xacti VPC-CS1

Sanyo launches its new FullHD, super slim and compact body dual camera, the Xacti VPC-CS1. It is capable to capture Full HD videos with a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels. The videos captured are recorded in “MPEG-4 AVC / H.264” format which is easy to use on PC and Internet environments because it is a single file format just like the one used for still photos and is fully supported by the latest Windows® OS, Windows 7. The video files can be played back directly with Windows Media Player editable with Windows Live Movie Maker and are Device Stage compatible. CS1 features Digital Image Stabiliser that digitally compensates vibration and hand-held movement for smoother and clearer images. In still photo mode, the camera speedily shoots 2 images and automatically combines them to create one sharp image. It is integrated with Face Detection/Face Chaser features capable to detect up to 12 human faces and High Speed Sequential Shooting feature that enables it to shoot up to 6 frames per second at full resolution.

CS1 has iFrame support that enables you to speed up the process of importing, editing and sharing your high quality videos. It also has Eye-Fi Link feature that supports Eye-Fi cards which allows you to transfer images to your computer over a wireless network. CS1 offers you to take amazing close-ups as near as 1cm away from your subject with its Super Macro mode and is provided with an HDMI output for connectivity to a Digital TV or DVD Recorder. With its Easy YouTube Upload feature, CS1 lets you easily upload your videos to YouTube or post videos to blogs .For recording clear sounds according to the scene and purpose, it comes with three microphone modes: Wide Mode that offers stereo recording with high channel separation; Gun Microphone Mode which provides recording that focuses on sound emanating from the direction where the camera is pointing and reduces sounds from other directions; and Zoom Combination Mode that automatically changes the directivity and sound gathering format depending on the zoom positions.

Posted 2010-12-27 and updated on Dec 27, 2010 4:34am by richard

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