Sanyo Xacti VPC-GH4
Released September, 2010
The Pros:Integrates YouTube, Facebook, and Picasa uploads as well as Twitter notifications. Very low price point for a 1080p camcorder. Extremely compact and lightweight.
The Cons:Doesn't include a full instruction manual. Only capable of taking 10 mp stills while its predecessor, the VPC-GH2, features a 14 mp sensor. Battery life isn't very good--dies after a few hours of regular use.
The Sanyo Xacti VPC-GH4 is a high definition video camera aimed at social media users. It can record in high definition 1080, and automatically upload to YouTube, Facebook or Picasa and send notifications to Twitter.
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Zooming while recording video uses two separate ranges, allowing wide angle shots in the 40mm to 200mm range or 80mm to 400mm range. Still images can also be captured at 10 megapixel detail, and the focal range with a 5x optical zoom is from 38mm to 190mm. Face detection algorithms set the auto-focus quickly, and a digital image stabilizer enables handheld shooting. Recording is sent to a SD or SDXC memory card, and this camera is Enhanced Eye-Fi compatible.
- Full HD 1080, 60i Video (1920 x 1080)
- YouTube, Facebook, Picasa uploads, Twitter notification
- 10 Megapixel Digital Photos
- 10x Dual Range Zoom Video
- 5x Optical Zoom Photo
- 2.7 in Wide LCD Monitor for HD Playback
- Wide Angle Lens Range: Video 40mm - 200mm or 80mm - 400mm, Photo 38mm - 190mm
- High Speed Sequential Shooting
- Digital Image Stabilizer (Photos and Video)
- Face Detection (Photos and Video)
- Target a Color Function
- Mini HDMI Digital Interface
- SDXC Memory Card Compatible
- MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 High Compression Technology
- Enhanced Eye-Fi Compatible
User Reviews (2)
Integrates YouTube, Facebook, and Picasa uploads as well as Twitter notifications.
Very low price point for a 1080p camcorder.
Extremely compact and lightweight.
Pretty feature-rich for a budget camera in terms of image adjustment.
Video quality is excellent for the price.
Doesn't include a full instruction manual.
Only capable of taking 10 mp stills while its predecessor, the VPC-GH2, features a 14 mp sensor.
Battery life isn't very good--dies after a few hours of regular use.
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