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Sanyo launches the Xacti CG65 for movies on the go

Sanyo launches the Xacti CG65, a digital camcorder that records its images on SD memory cards. The new Xacti CG65 employs the MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 recording standard, a highly efficient data-compression technology, also used in one-segment broadcasting. Around 80 minutes of video can be recorded onto a 1 GB SD memory card. You can also record high-resolution 6.0-megapixel still images while shooting TV-quality movies. Weighing just 169 g and sized to fit your pocket or purse, you can take the Xacti CG65 anywhere...


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Weighing just 169 g and sized to fit your pocket, the Xacti CG65 is designed for effortless portability. Now you can record movie clips every day, whenever you feel like it. Thanks to the highly efficient data compression of MPEG-4 AVC/H.264, movie files are small and PC-compatible. And since movie and audio data are stored in the same file, it's easy to drag and drop files onto your PC. You can then share your movies with the on-line world on a movie blog or via a social networking service such as MySpace. From shooting to editing to sharing, the CG65 lets you enjoy your movies every step of the way.

You can record high-resolution 6.0-megapixel stills while shooting impressive TV-quality movies*, without having to switch modes.
*  Depending on the mode used to take still images, simultaneous video clip shooting may be interrupted.

Xacti CG65 features advanced nine-pixel mixture technology, which enables you to shoot beautiful, clear images with reduced noise. What's more, in Lamp mode you can record clearly in the dark down to a minimum subject illumination of 2 lux* — ideal, say, for shooting under low light conditions in a restaurant. In Auto mode, meanwhile, you can shoot down to a minimum of 7 lux.  

*  In Lamp mode (1/15 sec.)

Additional information: Visit the Sanyo Xacti website
April 7, 2007
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