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Panasonic Rolls Out Three New Sanyo Xacti-Style Camcorders

Panasonic Rolls Out Three New Sanyo Xacti-Style Camcorders

To the delight of Sanyo Xacti fans, improvements on the pistol-grip style camcorder continues. When Panasonic bought Sanyo back in 2009, it was feared that it would be the end to the popular camcorders. But today, Panasonic just unleashed three new Xacti-look-alike models, but branded under their own name of course.

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Sanyo XACTI SH1 and CS1 hands-on

Sanyo XACTI SH1 and CS1 hands-on

Sanyo's two newest XACTI Full HD camcorders only saw their official reveal a short while ago, but we persuaded some executives from the company to demonstrate the VPC-SH1 and VPC-CS1 to us ahead of schedule.  The most impressive aspect of the pair is the amount of bulk which Sanyo have been able to shave off: the CS1 (the upright model) is particularly narrow at just 1.06-inches wide, despite being able to capture HD footage.

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Sanyo XACTI VPC-SH1 and VPC-CS1 drop bulk, keep Full HD recording

Sanyo XACTI VPC-SH1 and VPC-CS1 drop bulk, keep Full HD recording

Sanyo have announced two new XACTI Full HD camcorders, one upright and one a more traditional palmcorder-format, and they've managed to slim down both impressively.  The Sanyo XACTI VPC- SH1 is the traditional model, with a 35mm wide-angle lens and 30x optical zoom, Full HD 1080p recording and a body that tapers in sharply after the lens bulk at the front.  Meanwhile the Sanyo XACTI VPC-CS1 is the upright model, capable of capturing the same Full HD video as previous high-end XACTIs but only measuring 1.06-inches across.

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Sanyo Xacti 2009 camcorder range unveiled: 1080p 60fps HDX-2000

Sanyo Xacti 2009 camcorder range unveiled: 1080p 60fps HDX-2000

Sanyo have taken the wraps off of their 2009 line-up of Xacti camcorders, including an update to the company's popular pistol-grip full-HD HDX range.  The new Sanyo Xacti HDX-2000, shown here in gold and black, is capable of full HD 1080p recording at 60fps together with 8-megapixel stills (interpolated up to 12-megapixel) that can be taken simultaneously.  Sanyo have also introduced a traditional camcorder form-factor version, the Xacti DMX-FH11, which has an integrated 8GB of flash memory.  Both models have microSD slots.

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Sanyo Xacti HD800 720p camcorder

Sanyo Xacti HD800 720p camcorder

Sanyo have taken the wraps off of a new Xacti camcorder, the HD800, and according to Akihabara News the spec sheet might not tell the whole story.  They're most impressed by "the HUGE step forward in video quality" compared to the HD700, together with the improved noise reduction.  Still recording in up to 720p high-definition, the HD800 can also grab 8-megapixel stills.

Sanyo Xacti HD1010 1080i camcorder with Face Chaser

Sanyo Xacti HD1010 1080i camcorder with Face Chaser

Sanyo have updated their popular Xacti camcorder, introducing new "Face Chaser" technology that can recognise and keep in focus up to twelve individual faces simultaneously.  The HD1010 also has a 10x optical zoom, records video in 1080i high-definition, and can capture 4-megapixel stills.  Both video and still image stabilization are present, as is a 2.7-inch fold-out LCD viewfinder, 40MB of internal memory (which you'll want to add to via the SDHC card slot, since an hour of 1080i footage gobbles up around 1GB) and all in the same, ergonomic shape that helped make the camcorder so popular.

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