Sanyo Xacti E1 Waterproof Camcorder

by Johan on May 22, 2007



Sanyo Xacti E1 Waterproof Camcorder

Sanyo Xacti E1 camcorder is said to be the first waterproof camcorder in the world. Unfortunately, it has a maximum depth level of a mere 5 feet, and that also for just 30 minutes. The camcorder also does not support High Definition recording, writing H.264 MPEG 4 video onto an SD or SDHC memory card directly. The Xacti E1 waterproof camcorder will be available this June. Read the list of specifications after the jump.

Via Gizmodo

• Waterproof: submersible to a depth of five feet for 60 minutes
• No separate, bulky underwater housing required
• Shoots high-quality video (advanced MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 at 640 x 480 pixels/30fps)
• Takes 6-megapixel stills (JPEG format)
• Records onto an SD memory card or high-capacity SDHC card (not included)
• Bright, 2.5-inch LCD color display flips out and rotates for easy viewing
• 5x optical zoom for great close-ups
• Anti-shake digital image stabilizer
• Easy, one-handed operation
• While recording video, 6-megapixel still images may also be taken simultaneously
• Utilizing the 16:9 widescreen (4.4M: 2816 x 1584 pixel) photo setting, users can enjoy their high resolution photos on their high-definition televisions in full screen mode
• In “Portrait Mode” pictures can be taken in portrait style without manually rotating the camera to its side
• Set focal distance to one of 16 steps with “Manual Focus”
• Super-macro function able to zoom in up to 1cm (when using wide-angle)
• “Digital Red-eye reduction” function automatically reduces red-eye from images
• Easily upload video and images to a PC or Mac for playback or share online with friends
• Smooth playback on television with 60 frames per second
• “Quick stand-by” makes it possible to start recording or playback immediately after the monitor is flipped open
• Dimensions: 2.8 x 4.4 x 1.6 (W x H x D, in inches)
• Weight: 8.3 oz. with battery and SD or SDHC memory card
• Comes in a choice of Blue, Yellow or White

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