Sanyo VPC-CS1 Is World's Smallest, Lightest, And Thinnest Dual Camera

Posted: Jan 7 2010, 2:07am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:43pm CDT, in News | CES


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We just reported about the biggest Plasma TV and now we have something tiny. The new Sanyo VPC-CS1 Is the world's smallest, lightest, and thinnest Dual Camera. The VPC-CS1 has a volume of 126cc and a weight of 5oz. Its body is 1.06-inch in thickness.

The Sanyo Dual Camera series aims to provide customers with more enjoyable video experiences, by offering cameras that allow users to easily capture both photos and videos in daily life, rather than devices that are merely used to record important events.

Features of the Sanyo VPC-CS1 include 8-megapixel, 10x zoom, Digital Image Stabilizer, Face Chaser, Eye-Fi card compatibility, Mini HDMI terminal, Sound Zoom, and records MPEG-4 AVC / H.264 and Apple's pushed iFrame.

The VPC-CS1 is undergoing certification to be compatible with iFrame, a next generation video format that has been designed to allow users to easily import, edit and share high quality video.

The new Full HD, Slim Type Dual Camera Xacti, VPC-CS1 is available in February, 2010 for $299.99. You can pre-order the VPC-CS1 today on Amazon.

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