CES 2005 - Sanyo introduces VPC-C4 camera for US market
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Sanyo introduces VPC-C4 camera for US market
It's easy to be spontaneous when shooting photos and video with the new Sanyo VPC-C4 Digital Media Camera. A pocket-sized, high-resolution 4.0 megapixel digital camera and full-motion MPEG-4 camcorder, the Sanyo VPC-C4 offers built-in digital image stabilization for accurate, steady shooting. Users can choose real-time interpolation to convert the CCD's 4.0 effective megapixels to a recorded equivalent of 8.0 megapixels, ideal for clear printouts of large and detailed images. A trans-reflective 1.8-inch TFT LCD color monitor allows for easy shot framing and playback. Following last year's successful introduction of the Fisher FVD-C1, the VPC-C4 is the first Digital Media Camera to be introduced in the U.S. market under the Sanyo brand name. It has also been selected for a prestigious 2005 CES Innovations Award. Manufacturer's suggested retail price is TBA. Availability is scheduled for 1st Half 2005.
Sanyo VPC-C4
"Sanyo brings its proprietary imaging technology and design excellence to the next level with the VPC-C4," said Tom Van Voy, Vice President of Sanyo Fisher Company’s Audio Video Division. "As a recognized leader in the fast-emerging category of Digital Media Cameras, Sanyo is expanding its U.S. business by building a strong product line with wide appeal."

Completely "tapeless," the VPC-C4 records both digital still images and video onto a standard SD flash memory card. Compact enough to fit easily into a pocket or purse, the thumb-operable 'C4' easily captures spontaneous moments, and recorded files can be quickly uploaded via USB 2.0 to a PC or Mac for viewing and sharing via e-mail.
Sanyo VPC-C4
Sanyo VPC-C4 Digital Media Camera - Key Features:

1/2.7" super-efficient 4.23 megapixel CCD
- Built-in digital image stabilization for accurate, steady shooting
- High-resolution 4.0-megapixel still images
- Selectable 8.0-megapixel mode employs real-time interpolation
- Still images and video are recorded on a standard SD memory card
- Up to one hour of high-quality, full-motion MPEG-4 video recording
- 5.8X optical zoom (F3.5), 10X digital zoom (up to 60X zoom combined)
- Compact and comfortable to hold for smooth panning and tilting
- Key functions are thumb-operable for extraordinary ease of use
- Auto Focus captures nearby or faraway targets
- Allows simultaneous shooting of still images while recording video clips
- Trans-reflective 1.8-inch TFT LCD color monitor allows viewing in direct sunlight
- AAC CD-quality stereo provides superb 48 kHz, 16-bit, 2-channel sound
- Simple, easy to use on-screen menus
- Voice Recorder Function lets the user record hours of audio notes and memos
- Scene Select Shot allows users to select the best mode for each scene
- Super Macro Shooting for sharp close-ups down to 2 cm from the subject
- 5 Point Auto Focus for still images, Continuous Area AF for video clips
- 15 Adjustable Manual Focus Settings
- Fast Start-up lets shooting begin as soon as the monitor is opened
- Built-in flash for better snapshots indoors and out
- Multifunction Docking Station with wireless infrared remote control
- Play back images and video clips directly on a TV via Docking Station
- Fast USB 2.0 connectivity to PC or Mac
- Thumbnail View provides display of up to nine thumbnail views on the monitor screen
- Thin, Lithium-Ion battery gives 60 minutes of high-quality sequential recording
- Talking Navigation Guide is helpful for first-time users
- PictBridge compatible, for direct connection to a printer
- Included CD features software for viewing, managing and editing pictures and video
- Anyone can view recorded video clips using QuickTime 6.5 (included)
- Dimensions: 2.7" (W) x 1.3" (D) x 4.3" (H) (approx. 9.1 cubic inches)
- Weight: 5.6 oz. approx. 6.3 oz. approx. (including battery and SD card).
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