Sanyo Dual Camera Xacti VPC-CS1

2010 CES News

Sanyo Dual Camera Xacti VPC-CS1Sanyo announced the Dual Camera Xacti VPC-CS1, a new slim, full HD, dual camera that allows users to easily capture both photos and videos.

The VPC-CS1 features 8-megapixels, advanced 10x zoom, a 38-mm wide angle lens, Digital Image Stabilizer and Face Chaser Function for videos, Digital Image Stabilizer, Face Chaser Function and Target a Color Function for photos, Sequential Shot, Eye-Fi card compatibility, Mini HDMI terminal, Compatibility with large-capacity recording media, SDXC memory card, Full HD video capture with a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels, and three microphone modes for recording clear sounds according to the scene and purpose.

The Sanyo Dual Camera Xacti VPC-CS1 will be available February, 2010 for $299.99.

Sanyo Dual Camera Xacti VPC-CS1 Press Release

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  • psdaengr says:

    Another camera design that ignores basic human ergonomics.

    Holding a camera like the Sanyo Dual Camera Xacti VPC-CS1 far enough away to view the image on the screen while shooting is awkward and unstable for longer duration and higher zoom level shots, and an unnatural hand position if an optical view framer/finder (remember those?) is available. At a minimum, the lens axis should be canted upward vertically from the grip axis 20 degrees like a real pistol grip.

    I wish someone would build one of these using a form-factor like Kyocera used for their Samurai 4000DG. Its one handed operation of all functions was better than that of any other camera I’ve evaluated, and its design didn’t preclude making the case thinner or adding a fold-out screen.

  • Richard Bunbury says:

    This camera is a marvel of engineering and ergonomics. I don’t understand people who complain about the small size; this is precisely the idea. You have to learn to use the camera right, but after a couple of hours you feel like you have been using it all your life. In my opinion it is by far the best compact camera & camcorder on the market.

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