The palm-sized SANYO C40 CameraCorder offers TV-quality VGA MPEG-4 digital video (at 30 fps) with 4.0 megapixel (MP) still resolution and a 1.8 inch rotatable LCD display. It has a 5.8X optical (and 10X digital) zoom, with an MSRP of $529.99.
SANYO Canada Launches New Digital CameraCorder
Concord, ON, November 23, 2005 ´┐½ SANYO Canada has launched a new digital CameraCorder, continuing the company´┐½s strategy of producing small digital cameras that eliminate the need for a separate camera and camcorder.
The palm -sized SANYO Xacti VPC -C40 CameraCorder follows the SANYO Xacti C5GX, launched last spring. Offering many of the same features, the C40 houses SANYO patented technology that enables users to shoot digital stills and video simultaneously.
It offers TV -quality VGA MPEG -4 digital video (at 30 fps) and stereo audio and 4.0 megapixel (MP) still resolution with a 1.8 inch rotatable LCD display. It has a 5.8X optical (and 10X digital) zoom, digital image stabilization system and is SD compatible, eliminating the need for tapes. The camera also connects to recording devices via S -AV and USB interface cables and recharges through an AC adapter.
Measuring 69 (W) X 34 (D) X 108 (H) mm with a weight (including battery and SD card) of 171 grams, MSRP for the SANYO Xacti VPC -C40 CameraCorder is $529.99 and it is available in silver.
Product images are available at www.ccnmatthews.com/sanyo
Founded in 1958, SANYO Canada is based in Concord, Ontario (an industrial suburb north of Toronto), employing 100 people across the country. Founded in 1947 in Osaka, Japan, SANYO, which stands for ´┐½three oceans,´┐½ has $22 billion worldwide in sales. The company provides a full range of SANYO consumer and industrial products including audio and video, digital cameras, wireless communication, LCD projectors and monitors, security video, air conditioning and home appliance products. SANYO is also the world´┐½s largest manufacturer of rechargeable batteries. Its environmental focus includes solar energy panel products, non -fluorocarbon refrigeration, and electric vehicle power solutions (for the Ford Escape Hybrid). It is also a major manufacturer of lab equipment and C02 incubators. Visit www.sanyo.ca for more information.
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