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Sanyo Xacti VPC-GH1 / DMX-GH1

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Sanyo DMX-GH1

The Sanyo DMX-GH1 is a camcorder that features Full HD recording with an effective photo resolution of 14.30 Megapixels and video recording at 11.90 MP (in Full HD/HD mode; 14.30 Megapixels in SD mode). It is powered by a 1/2.33 inch CMOS sensor, supports recording in SD, SDHC and SDXC memory card. The camcorder also features an internal 50 MB memory, supports JPEG (DCF*1, DPOF*2, Exif Ver2.2*3) photo image capture, has 48 kHz sampling, 16 bit, 2ch, AAC Compression audio sampling and c…

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Sanyo DMX-GH1

The Sanyo DMX-GH1 is a camcorder that features Full HD recording with an effective photo resolution of 14.30 Megapixels and video recording at 11.90 MP (in Full HD/HD mode; 14.30 Megapixels in SD mode). It is powered by a 1/2.33 inch CMOS sensor, supports recording in SD, SDHC and SDXC memory card. The camcorder also features an internal 50 MB memory, supports JPEG (DCF*1, DPOF*2, Exif Ver2.2*3) photo image capture, has 48 kHz sampling, 16 bit, 2ch, AAC Compression audio sampling and can capture still images of up to 4640 x 3480 pixel resolution. It can record full HD videos at up to 1920 x 1080 (60 fields/sec; 16 Mbps). The Sanyo DMX-GH1 utilizes a lens constructed in 8 groups with 11 elements (3 aspheric elements and 7 aspheric surfaces) with 5x optical zoom, F=3.5 (W) - 3.7 (T) aperture range, f=6.8 to 34.0 mm focusing range, has a galvanometer method structure, has auto focus, built-in neutral density filter and support minimum illumination of 17 lux video recording. It also has a Digital Image Stabilizer (Photos: Multi-Calculation electric image stabilizer; Videos: Electronic image stabilizer), has automatic Eye-Fi uploading On/Off, power management, and access point management, built-in stereo microphone and monaural speakers, a 2.7 inch, low-temperature polysilicon TFT color widescreen LCD display with approximately 230,000 pixels (7-level brightness, 285 degrees rotation) support, AV output, HDMI/Composite video (NTSC/PAL Audio: Stereo sound), and USB 2.0 (high-speed mode compatible) interface. The Sanyo DMX-GH1 is powered by a lithium ion battery that provides users with up to 60 minutes of continuous video filming (Full-HD mode) and 210 minutes of continuous playback. The Sanyo DMX-GH1 measures 38.5 (W) x 109.6 (D) x 55 (H) mm and weigh 172 g (including battery and SD card).

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The DMX-GH1 is a camcorder that supports Full HD video and high-resolution photo capture and is based on the Dual Camera concept of taking both videos and photos with one camera. The unit utilizes a video format that can be handled on PC and Internet environments, as well as on home TVs, Xacti cameras allows users to share videos online and on multi-media sites. Available in silver, pink and blue, the camcorder captures Full HD video (1920 x 1080 (60i)) and 14 mega-pixel high-resolution photos. It supports MPEG-4 AVC / H.264 format which enables videos to be handled on a computer or the Internet using a single file. Other features on the camcorder include “Double Range Zoom” which covers a scope from wide angle to 12x telephoto and allows users to switch between two zoom ranges, a Wide Mode (40 mm to 240 mm) and a Tele Mode (80 mm to 480 mm); “Advanced Zoom” technology which provides wider angle capture as well as higher magnification zoom, by changing the image capture area on the image sensor; “Double Sub Rec Buttons” that lets users capture of low-angle subjects such as children and pets; “Digital Image Stabilizer” and “Face Chaser Function” for videos; additional “Target a Color Function” option for photos; “Reverse Sequential Shot Function” to prevent the missing of photo opportunities; mini HDMI terminal and Eye-Fi card compatibility which enables automatic uploading of images to a computer.

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