New Sanyo DMX-C1 - World's Smallest Digital Video Camera

Posted: Oct 1 2003, 9:23am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:00pm CDT , in Portable Devices


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New Sanyo DMX-C1 - World's Smallest Digital Video Camera

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Sanyo announces (translation) in Japan ultra small Mpeg4 Digital Camera - Sanyo DMX-C1 also called Xacti.

The Sanyo DMX-C1 could be the lighest and smallest high-quality Digital Video Camera on the planet. The Xacti weighs 155g and feature 3.2 Mega Pixel CCD chip. It can record MPeg4 with 30 frames per second in VGA resolution. The DMX-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 XACTI 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 in Press-Release (translation). See the Sanyo Xacti in big in our I4U Gadget Photo Gallery.

Expected retail price in japan is set to be 75,000yen.

Other small Digital Video Cameras:
Samsung Digital Gadget ITCAM9 / ITCAM7
Mustek DV 4000
MicroMV Digital Video Cameras

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