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Wednesday, December 24, 2008
 Sanyo Develops Full-HD Surveillance Camera Based on Xacti Camcorder
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Message Text: Sanyo Electric Co Ltd released

Featuring a resolution of 1920 x 1080 (full HD) and a 10x zoom optical system, the camera has specifications comparable to those of the camcorder. It employs Sony Corp's CMOS sensor whose optical size is 1/2.5-inch and resolution is about 4 Mpixels. The manufacturer's suggested retail price is ?294,000 (approx US$3,254). The monthly output is 500 units, according to Sanyo.

The VCC-HDN1(S) was developed by the company's department engaged in the development of the Xacti. Therefore, it was easy to apply the Xacti's technologies to the image processing engine and other parts of the surveillance camera, enabling the company to develop the new camera supporting full HD ahead of its rivals through fewer developmental processes.

"It took only about a year to develop the new product," Sanyo said.

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