Sanyo's recently announced Japanese XACTI camcorders, the DMX-CG110 NR and DMX-SH11, have been confirmed for a US launch. Now known as the XACTI CG102 and GH2 - along with another upright model, the CG20 - the specifications are unchanged with the former two models still grabbing 14.4-megapixel stills and all three managing 1080i 60fps HD video.
Meanwhile the XACTI CG20 drops the still resolution down to 10.7-megapixels. Sanyo have added SDXC memory card support, and the cameras have a 5x optical zoom that, with some lens trickery, can apparently be extended to 12x.
All three models will arrive in the US come March 2010. Pricing is expected to be $229 for both the XACTI CG102 and GH2, and $199 for the XACTI CG20.