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Mark Peters : March 16th 2005 - 20:40 CET

Sanyo Xacti C5 digital camera preview | CeBIT 2005


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SanyoSanyo Xacti C5 digital camera preview at CeBIT 2005 : Sanyo didn't have much digital camera news, however the new Sanyo Xacti C5 was present and shown in trendy fashion colours. Personally I find the new Sanyo C5 not that attractive anymore. It seems like every event Sanyo is showing a 'new' version of the Sanyo Xacti C-series. The Sanyo Xacti C5 has a unique, but not new, design and features both high quality video and photo. The resolution of 5 Megapixels provides high resolution still images and the MPEG4 format video mode results in a video clip of 640x460 pixels (VGA) at 30 frames per second. By the way, the in-camera software can interpolate still images up to 10 Megapixels.
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Those of you who see the Sanyo C5 for the first time will be impressed by its shape. The design and finishing of the Sanyo Xacti C5 are as exceptional as the dual-function device category invented by Sanyo and the camera's high-quality technology. The ultra-portable Sanyo C5 weighs just 142 grams; with dimensions of just 67.5x108x23mm, it is the world's slimmest photo-video camera. Its ultra-slim form, clear lines and elegant aluminium case in a classy copper, platinum or diamond-white finish make it a stylish accessory. Thanks to its compact form, the Sanyo Xacti C5 can be easily operated with just one hand.

Sanyo Xacti C5 - 2-inch LCD and image stabilizer
One of the new features that comes in handy is the large 2-inch LCD display. This display can be folded out and swivelled up to 293 degrees. This is multifunctional, it has to be, cause there is no optical or electronic viewfinder. The display serves as a viewfinder, control monitor, user interface and as a power switch. This is quit handy, as soon as the LCD display is shut the camera goes standby, open it and the camera comes alive in just 1.7 seconds. Another handy feature is the built-in image stabilizer. With a 5x optical zoom, equivalent to 190mm on a 35mm camera, there is always a risk of taking shots that end in blurry pictures due to minor hand movements, etc. The integrated image stabilizer of the Sanyo Xacti C5 eliminates the slightest movements and vibrations which should mean the end of blurry pictures.





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