Sanyo manages to surprise with iPod support and up to 720p recording resolution on its new Xacti DMX-HD1 Camera. This camera records in MPEG-4, HD-SHQ (1280 x 720, 30fps, 9Mbps) or Web-HQ (320 x 240, 15fps) formats, with the latter (Web-HQ) being 5G iPod compatible. The DMX-HD1 is an SD based (2GB max.) 5.1 Megapixel camera that boasts 10x optical/100x digital zoom, 38mm ~ 380mm focal range, and electronic stabilization. Powered by a “DB-L40” (1200mAh) lithium ion battery, the camera gets up to 60 minutes (150 min. with larger capacity “DB-L20” battery) of continuous use. It measures 80 x 36 x 119mm, weighs 210g, and is expected to go on sale in February at the price of $1,100 USD. Source: [TechJapan]

Sanyo manages to surprise with iPod support and up to 720p recording resolution on its new Xacti DMX-HD1 Camera. This camera records in MPEG-4, HD-SHQ (1280 x 720, 30fps, 9Mbps) or Web-HQ (320 x 240, 15fps) formats, with the latter (Web-HQ) being 5G iPod compatible. The DMX-HD1 is an SD based (2GB max.) 5.1 Megapixel camera that boasts 10x optical/100x digital zoom, 38mm ~ 380mm focal range, and electronic stabilization. Powered by a “DB-L40” (1200mAh) lithium ion battery, the camera gets up to 60 minutes (150 min. with larger capacity “DB-L20” battery) of continuous use. It measures 80 x 36 x 119mm, weighs 210g, and is expected to go on sale in February at the price of $1,100 USD. Source: [TechJapan]