Sanyo VPC-HD2000A and VPC-FH1A - the first camcorders to support iFrame

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Japanese company Sanyo has released two new camcorder VPC-HD2000A and VPC-FH1A, who became the first such devices with the format support iFrame. This technology simplifies the importing, editing and posting of diverse video content. Each of the new camera has a special recording mode, which supports the same format iFrame, which then used a computer for editing.

As for the cameras, then, as you can see, VPC-HD2000A and VPC-FH1A have different form factors - vertical and horizontal respectively. With the exception of the camcorders are very similar in their functions and capabilities. For example, Sanyo VPC-HD2000A and VPC-FH1A FullHD allow you to shoot video at 60 frames per second, and make pictures with a resolution of 8 megapixels. Record format iFrame carried out with resolution of 960 x 540, in addition, there is support for video formats H.263 (MPEG-4), and MOV, as well as the audio format AAC. Content is stored on SD cards or SDHC.

Camcorder Sanyo VPC-HD2000A and VPC-FH1A equipped with LCD screens with a diagonal of 2,7 and 3 inches respectively, and the function of the digital image stabilizer and support of technology Face Chaser, which allows to monitor up to 12 faces in the frame. In addition, provides HDMI, and camcorder VPC-HD2000A equipped with a connector for an external microphone and mount for external flash, or the same microphone. Deliveries camcorders Sanyo VPC-HD2000A and VPC-FH1A already begun, and they cost 600 and 500 dollars respectively.


Anonymous said...

It's the height of the 2009 Christmas shopping season and neither the VPC-FH1A or VPC-HD2000A are for sale in any retail store. Sears, Best Buy, Radio Shack, Walmart, and many other are not selling these models. What's up with that? What is the point of introducing a new product if it is only for sale through questionable online sellers. Come on Sanyo, get your sales act together. We want to buy your product but you have to be willing to sell it in standard sales establishments.