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Sanyo Xacti C4 / C5 review at Steves Digicams
Dennis Hissink : August 25th 2005 - 22:50 CET
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Steve's DigicamsSanyo Xacti C4 / C5 review at Steves Digicams : Our good friends over at Steves Digicams have published two Sanyo digital cameras. The Sanyo Xacti C4 and the Sanyo C5 both went to the test bank. These models are unique in a way that the design reminds you of an electric razor. In fact this function is very impressive and it gives the owner of the Sanyo C4 and Xacti C5 cameras a real multimedia experience. The Sanyo C4 has a 4 Megapixel CCD on board with a 5.8x optical zoom. It Is both a digital still camera and MPEG-4 video camera and is equipped with built-in digital image stabilization and a user-friendly swiveling trans-reflective 1.8-inch LCD display. Real-time interpolation results into 8 Megapixel images.
Sanyo Xacti C4 / C5 review at Steves DigicamsSanyo C4 camera - Palm-sized
The Sanyo Xacti C4 digital camera is palm-sized and offers an impressive range of features. It has a precision internal 5.8x optical zoom lens and features a 5-point auto focus system. Most instances of camera shake during movie recording will be eliminated or greatly reduced by the digital image stabilization system. Up to one hour of high resolution VGA (640x480) at 30fps, MPEG-4 video recording with 48 kHz, 16-bit stereo sound can be captured on a 1GB Secure Digital memory card.

Sanyo Xacti C4 - Steve's comments
According to Steve: "Like the C5, we were pleased with the ergonomics of this model. Although it is very compact, the C4 is slightly "fatter" than its sibling, which actually made it a little more comfortable in your hands. Controls are well placed and easy to use.", "The overall image quality when using 4M mode was great. Our outdoor samples were sharp with nice color balance," and "We feel it will make a great choice for those who want a camera that will capture both quality still images and near MiniDV quality movies, all with a "Wow" factor that is sure to draw attention when among friends." You want to learn more about the Sanyo C4 camera? Click on the link below to hop on over to Steve's Digicams.

Sanyo C5 digital camera - Small and Impressive
The Sanyo Xacti C5 is a stylishly thin, pocket-sized 5 Megapixel camera offering up to 10 Megapixel images due to the interpolation features. The camera provides real full-motion MPEG-4 movies and a built-in digital image stabilization. Very handy is the swiveling trans-reflective 2-inch LCD display. The ultra-small digital Xacti C5 camera has a precision 5x optical zoom lens that remains internal to the camera body and features a 5-point auto focus system.

Sanyo C5 camera - Judgment call
According to Steve: "The 285° swiveling 2.0-inch LCD offers versatility with viewing angles that are just not possible with the typical "fixed" position LCDs. I found it worked well outdoors, even with harsh sunlight beating directly onto it," "The C5 was quite the performer. Another unique option on this hybrid was its Wind Noise Reduction mode. It virtually eliminates any noise caused by a slight breeze, which is one of the downfalls to most digicams. Audio is recorded in Stereo thanks to the two built-in microphones. Overall it captures high-quality movies, with very little compression noise when using its SHQ mode.", and "When shooting indoors, I found the flash had a pretty short range, but it's to be expected from such a small camera." You want to learn more about the Sanyo C5 camera? Click on the link below to hop on over to Steve's Digicams.

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