Sanyo Japan have outed another new XACTI high-definition camcorder, the DMX-CG110. Capable of 1080i 60fps/1080p 30fps video capture together with 14.4-megapixel still images, the GC110 has the familiar pistol-grip form factor Sanyo have become known for, and squeezes in 16GB of onboard memory.
There’s also an SD card slot that’s happy with SDHC and SDXC memory, meaning you could add a further 64GB if your wallet can afford it. A 5x optical zoom, digital image stabilization and face detection are also onboard, together with a stereo speaker and flash. Sanyo have also fettled the CG110 to aid Eye-Fi memory card compatibility, with improved power and access point management.
Connectivity includes USB 2.0, HDMI and composite, along with an A/V output, and there’s a 2.7-inch fold-out LCD preview display. Sanyo reckon you’ll see 190 still shots or 60 minutes of Full HD recording from a single charge. No word on pricing, but the Sanyo XACTI CG110 will arrive in Japan in late April 2010, in both black and red.