Sanyo DMX-C1 As Fisher FVD-C1 Available In US

Posted: Nov 24 2003, 9:07am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 9:49am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips

 

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Sanyo DMX-C1 as Fisher FVD-C1 available in US
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We reported about Sanyo's ultra-small MP4 Video Recorder in October. The Sanyo DMX-C1 is now available as the Fisher FVD-C1 at Sears in the US.

Sears has somekind exclusive deal on Fisher branded products. The Fisher brand belongs to Sanyo.

The Sanyo DMX-C1 or Fisher FVD-C1 could be the lighest and smallest high-quality Digital Video Camera on the planet. The Xacti, as it is called in Japan weighs 155g and feature 3.2 Mega Pixel CCD chip. It can record MPeg4 with 30 frames per second in VGA resolution. The Fisher FVD-C1 uses SD-Memory Cards. With a 512MB SD-Card the camera can record 30min. of high-quality Video (VGA, 30fps). It seems also that the Fisher FVD-C1 allows users to make still photos while continue recording Video at the same time. This smallest digital video camera featurs a 5.8 zoom optics and a 32x digital zoom. The built-in 1.5" LCD screen has about 110,000 pixel. Size: 69(W)x108x(H)x34(D)mm
More Details on Fisher FVD-C1 Product Page.

Sears is sells the Fisher FVD-C1 for $899.00.

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