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Sanyo VPC-CA65 Waterproof Digital Movie Camcorder (White) - now £119.99 delivered @ Play.com!

£119.99 @ Play.Com
The cheapest prices elswhere for this seem to be £167 and more ..... Ideal for active families, vacationers and water sports enthusiasts, the ultra-compact Xacti CA65 can record high-quality video … Read More
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The cheapest prices elswhere for this seem to be £167 and more .....

Ideal for active families, vacationers and water sports enthusiasts, the ultra-compact Xacti CA65 can record high-quality video and 6-megapixel stills under water to a depth of 1.5 m. Whether at open air or outdoor sporting events, the Xacti CA65's dynamic, young design guarantees more fun while making videos and taking photos.
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http://img127.imageshack.us/img127/4757/3434621xyn3.jpg

* Resolution:
6 Megapixel
* LCD-Monitor:
150 000 Pixels / 2.5 inch
* Flash Working Range:
10 cm - 1,7 m (wide), 80 cm-1,3m (tele)
* Flash Modes:
Auto-Flash / Flash off / Forced Flash /Red-eye reduction

* Selftimer:

10-second delay
2-second delay

* Time/Date:
Recorded with image data
* Image File Format:
Videoclip in VGA quality
* Audio: AAC (stereo):
Videoclip: MPEG-4 AVC/H.264
* Data Storage Media:
SD Card (at minimum 4,8Mbit access rate)
* Audio:
Microphone: built-in stereo
* Image Sensor:
1/2,5-inch CCD, 6.370.000 pixels

* Recording Resolution:
[LIST]
[*] 3.680 x 2.760 pixels (still images only)
[*] 2.816 x 2.112 pixels (still images only)
[*] 1.536 x 2.048 pixels (still images only)
[*] 1600 x 1200 pixels (still images, sequential shots)
[*] 640 x 480 pixels (60 fps, Movie clips)
[*] 320 x 240 pixels (30 fps, movie clips)
[*] 2.816 x 1.584 pixels (still images only)[/LIST]
[LIST]
[*] Standard Accessories:
[*] USB and AV cable
[*] Hand strap
[*] Lens cap
[*] Sanyo Software Pack
[*] Soft case
[*] Lithium-ion battery
[*] Charger[/LIST]
#2
i wouldnt have the nerve to try using one of these underwater http://photo-shack.com/img/559cb990c9dffd8675f6bc2186971dc2.gif
#3
Ordered on yesturday, will let you know how it goes when I use it in Lanzarote next week. Will be strange hoilding it under water though lol
#4
Very low res for video !

I would call it digital stills camera with low (web cam style) video mode.
#5
Your wrong about low res. Its better than Divx and better than standard def TV's
1 Like #6
Does it float?
#7
I have the model above this (just can use bigger SD card and has 60fps setting ) and its fantastic, ive used it in the pool the ocean and lots of places and it really is excellent, Its easy to use and the highest settgin on the video gets great results, It doesnt float though.
#8
Going_Digital
Very low res for video !

I would call it digital stills camera with low (web cam style) video mode.


640x480 is close to DVD Res, which is 720x480. It will have a far better lens and CMOS sensor than a typical webcam and so much better image quality.
#9
fcat
I have the model above this (just can use bigger SD card and has 60fps setting ) and its fantastic, ive used it in the pool the ocean and lots of places and it really is excellent, Its easy to use and the highest settgin on the video gets great results, It doesnt float though.


I have the next model up aswell and its great.
The video quality is not amazing but the underwater feature sold it to me.
#10
turdburglar;3292696
Does it float?


There's a float attachment for it.



BTW this is now the old model (replaced by the 8Mp CA8 a few months ago).
#11
Very tempting!

Fed up with Mini DV format, time consuming to capture.

SD storage the way forward for me, simply so so easy to upload to PC for edit.

Heat applied.
#12
Tenex
There's a float attachment for it.



BTW this is now the old model (replaced by the 8Mp CA8 a few months ago).

Can you point me in the right direction for one of these ?
forget above ive jjst found and bought one of these:) never thought about that
http://www.amazon.com/Olympus-202204-STRAP-FLOAT-ORANGE/dp/B0014DURIW/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1225040377&sr=8-2



cheers
#13
Ive got one and love it. Takes great stills too. Underwater results are excellent.

Plenty of support to get the best out of it. Here's one link I've got some great tips from:

http://www.stevesforums.com/forums/view_topic.php?id=121651&forum_id=27&page=5
#14
turdburglar;3292696
Does it float?


fcat;3293299
Can you point me in the right direction for one of these ?


Just in case you want the Sanyo one search for VCP-S01F or VCP-S06F. That Olympus one looks like its for a heavier DSLR?

HTH

I'd quite like one of these but the non-16:9 puts me off.
#15
got the next model up from this (minus waterproof)

ok camera - not as good as my compact sony - but almost (time to take the shot is it major downfall)

generally good video camera - can be a bit poor in dark conditions.

it records in a strange avi format - but i have a convertor which changes to a normal avi file

i did look at this model when i brought mine - 1 thing to note is sanyo states seals must be changed ever 12 or 24 months for it to stay waterproof
#16
Oh they are all gone, says out of stock. missed it:?
#17
back in stock now
#18
All gone again now, which is bad news for me, as mine was delivered yesterday, and it's faulty, so all I can get is a refund:cry:

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