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Sanyo Xacti C1 digital camera introduction
Dennis Hissink : October 2nd 2003 - 11:22 CET
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SanyoSanyo Xacti C1 digital camera introduction : We have received information about a new Sanyo digital camera that will be available in November/December 2003. The new Sanyo Xacti C1 is a complete new concept, more multimedia then the average digital still camera and, not less important, a nice stylish design. The dimensions are only 69x108x34mm and with a volume of 149cc this is a remarkable small digital camera. From the side the new Sanyo C1 looks like one of those mobile phones, but my first reaction was that it looked like a small razor. The Sanyo Xacti C1 features a 1/2.7-inch CCD with 3.2 million effective pixels. This CCD sensor provides a maximum resolution of 2048x1536 pixels for still images and 640x480 pixels for movies.
Sanyo Xacti C1 digital camera introductionSanyo Xacti C1 - Movies
The movies that are recorded with the new Sanyo Xacti C1 digital camera are recorded with a frame rate of 30 frames per second and stored in MPEG-4 format. The audio is also in MPEG-4 audio recorder which results in a high quality (48kHz sampling, 16bit). The data that has been recorded is stored on a Secure Digital memory card. To record the highest quality of movies a 512MB Secure Digital card results in a record time of 20 minutes, higher capacities of 1GB and higher are expected to be introduced in 1 - 2 years from now.

Sanyo Xacti C1 - Compact and All-round
Despite its ultra-small dimensions this new Sanyo Xacti C1 digital camera is equipped with a 5.8x optical zoom lens. The focal range is 38-220mm (equivalent to 35mm camera). The zoom lens has f3.5 brightness in wide and f3.7 in tele. The minimal focus distance is in Super Macro mode only 2cm, in Normal mode 20cm. Shutter speed range is 2 – 1/2000 second and in movie mode 1/30-1/10000 second. The sensitivity setting is in still image mode; automatic (50-200) or manual selectable from 50, 100, 200 to 400 ISO. In movie mode the ISO range is automatic (200-800) or manual selectable from 200, 400, 800 to 1600 ISO. The Sanyo Xacti C1 has a A/V interface to make it possible to connect the camera on a television set and view the still images or movies on a wide screen. To transfer the data to a computer the DMX-C1 will have to be placed on a docking station. This station features a high-speed USB 2.0 providing a fast and easy transmission of the data.

Sanyo Xacti C1 - Box content
The Sanyo Xacti C1 weighs only 174g (battery and storage card included). For power the Sanyo C1 digital camera uses a Lithium Ion battery. The box contents: CD-ROM (Sanyo software pack 7.0), docking station, adapter, USB and video cable, 16MB Secure Digital card, Lithium Ion battery, A/C adapter/charger, camera case, strap, lens cap and remote control.

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