|High Performance and Stylish Design Made Simple |
The Dual Camera FH1A packs high performance, cutting edge technology into a small, stylish, easy to use camera. Designed to fit perfectly in the palm of your hand, the Dual Camera FH1A features an easy to navigate menu which make it a great choice for the beginner and the more advanced user. It is the perfect blend of style, performance, and ease of use.
|Large, 3.0 -inch Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) |
The display flips out from the camera and rotates up to 285 degrees on an axis that allows you to take great video or still images from otherwise-difficult-to-view positions, proving to be especially useful when shooting in confined spaces.
|8 Megapixel Still Image Quality |
In addition to Full 1080P HD Video the FH1A takes amazing 8 megapixel still photos. With an 8 megapixel (effective) CMOS image sensor the still images can be interpolated to reach 12 megapixel quality.
|16x Optical Zoom (video) & 10x Optical Zoom (photos) |
The FH1A features an amazing 16x Advanced Optical Zoom for video. With Sanyo’s 16x Advanced Optical Zoom Technology the field of view is increased to approximately 44 millimeters (vs. 77mm for more conventional zoom). The overall zooming range is F=41.7-666.9mm (35mm equivalent). The photo zoom capability is 10x Optical Zoom with an F=35.7-357mm range (35mm equivalent).
|12 Subject Face Chaser Technology |
The FH1A recognizes up to 12 faces for videos, still pictures and optimizes focus / aperture settings to ensure all subjects are in focus.
|Up to 600 fps Slow Motion |
Sanyo’s FH1A features increased slow motion capability. Shooting in SHR mode (448x336) the FH1A can reach an amazing 240 frames per second. In UHR mode (192x108) it can reach an astounding 600fps slow motion capability.
|Three-Dimensional Noise Reduction (3D-DNR) |
SANYO’s 3D-DNR technology offers a significant improvement in video clarity by reducing random signal noise. This improvement in bit rate allocation will result in a highly accurate video image.
|Sophisticated image stabilizer |
Using a proprietary Sanyo algorithm, the FH1A automatically compensates for distracting up-and-down or side-to-side camera movement, keeping your subject steady and easy to follow. It accurately distinguishes between unintentional camera shake and deliberate camera movement. This handy feature operates in both wide-angle and telephoto modes.
|Sequential photo mode shoots up to 12 frames per second |
Take pictures like the pros with sequential shooting up to 12 frames per second. The perfect solution for action photography!
|Highly advanced MPEG4 AVC/H.264 video compression |
This feature optimizes the file size and makes sharing movies on social networking sites, or emailing them to friends and family, even easier. In fact, the file size can be up to 25 percent smaller than that of typical MPEG-4 cameras.
To accomplish the complexity of encoding AVC/H.264 in real-time on the FH1A, a dedicated H.264 video compression IC was incorporated into the camera that was designed specifically for portable consumer devices. This achieves high video quality while simultaneously reducing the system power consumption.
|Easily transfer video and still images to your video capable iPod |
Import video and still image files directly into iTunes software and then port them to your video-capable iPod. Share your latest masterpiece with friends and family.
|Record over 5 hours of full motion video |
Using a 16GB SDHC memory card users can capture over 11 hours and 6 minutes worth of video in standard definition or approximately 1 hour and 28 minutes in full HD video mode.
|Capture still images while you’re shooting video |
The FH1A enables simultaneous shooting of video clips and still images with a simple press of the shutter button during the shooting of a movie clip. You will never need to miss another precious photo opportunity. (Depending on the mode used to take still images, simultaneous video clip shooting may be interrupted. While shooting video clips, using the digital image stabilizer may change the angle of view for still images.)
|Super-fast start-up |
Reduce your chance of missing the perfect shot. The Dual Camera FH1A is designed for super fast start-up and shooting. With its tapeless design, the FH1A eliminates the need to queue up a video tape, allowing it to begin shooting in as little as 1.7 seconds! When the FH1A is powered on, closing the LCD display puts it in standby mode. Simply open the display and the FH1A automatically powers up and can begin immediately recording in as little as 1.7 seconds.
|Includes a high-capacity Sanyo brand lithium-ion battery |
The DB-L50 is a high capacity battery designed to work with the Sanyo Xacti FH1A camera and delivers approximately 135 minutes of video record time. High-energy density design minimizes the battery size and weight, making it perfect for use in the Sanyo Dual Camera FH1A. The DB-L50 is designed to resist memory accumulation so it provides a full charge every time.
|Easy playback of recorded video directly on a TV |
The FH1A camera features a HDMI output which makes connecting it to a Digital TV or DVD Recorder a breeze. The FH1A can also easily be connected to a computer to back-up copies of recorded content. Still images and video clips are played back continuously and in chronological order. When connected to a PC, simple drag-and-drop operation makes it easy to save recorded video clips and still images onto a computer's hard disk for emailing, editing or archiving.
Galvanometer method structure, Auto focus: 9 groups, 12 elements (4 aspheric elements, 8 aspheric surfaces), Built-in neutral density filter, Photos: f=35.7-357mm(=35mm), Optical 10x zoom, Videos: f=41.7-666.9mm(=35mm) 16x Advanced zoom, Low-light sensitivity - 6 lux (AUTO mode, 1/30 seconds) 2 lux (Lamp mode 1/15) Sensitivity - Auto (ISO 50-200), Manual (ISO 50/100/200/400/800/1600/3200) AV output (HDMI / S-video / Composite video, NTSC/PAL, Audio - Stereo sound) USB 2.0 (high-speed mode) Dimensions - Width 2.1” x Depth 4.13” x Height 2.25” Weight, approximately 12.1 ounces including battery and SD card