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Sanyo Full HD IP Cameras Promo Video

Monday, December 14th, 2009

Sanyo’s Full HD IP camera range is covered in this new promotional video. Not just leading-edge performance, but actually great-looking cameras too 🙂

Follow the link to see and buy the full range of Sanyo IP Cameras

Learn & Ask in our IP CCTV Forum, or please feel free to use the comments below …

New Sanyo HD IP Cameras

Friday, December 11th, 2009

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Sanyo IP cameras have been available for a couple of years now, and before that Sanyo have a long heritage as a manufacturer of professional CCTV cameras.

Sanyo won the “CCTV Product of the Year 2009” award with their VCC-HD4000P four megapixel, 10 x optical zoom, IP camera.

They have now set the standard for leading-edge megapixel IP cameras with a complete new range of HD models.

The full new model range includes three models in a traditional body camera style, three vandal-resistant dome models, a 10 x zoom fixed camera and two pan tilt zoom models.

Six of these new models are now available in our webshop:

  • Sanyo VCC-HD2100P – a body-style colour camera; 4MP Full HD Video
  • Sanyo VCC-HD2300P – a body-style true day/night (colour/monochrome switching) camera
  • Sanyo VCC-HD2500P – as per the 2300 with additional features such as quad streaming, SDHC card slot, two-way audio and more
  • Sanyo VDC-HD3100P – a vandal-resistant dome style colour camera; 4MP Full HD Video
  • Sanyo VDC-HD3300P – a vandal-resistant dome style true day/night camera
  • Sanyo VDC-HD3500P – as per the 3300 with additional features such as quad streaming, SDHC card slot, two-way audio and more

All have built-in Power Over Ethernet and H.264 compression.

Follow the links to see more information, product photos, datasheets, etc.

These new models are attractively priced for such high-resolution cameras and are already proving very popular.

Checkout our Sanyo IP Camera forum for further details about this exciting range.

The remaining three models in this new range are due to launch in December and January, rest assured we will let you know.

Sanyo HD4000 Camera goes Wild!

Thursday, August 6th, 2009

In the latest episode of BBC1’s ‘Wildest Dreams’ series to find a new wildlife film maker they made extensive use of Sanyo’s VCC-HD4000 IP camera.

Four teams each took it in turns to climb down a cliff face and mount the camera to view and record rare Bald Ibis birds on the cliff ledges.

The Sanyo network cameras were fitted with wide-angle lens adapters and set up to record to an SD card; the captured footage was then examined when the cameras were retrieved the next day.

The first challenge is to capture images of the rare southern bald ibis at their roosting site on the ledges of a 60-foot gorge. With a sheer drop to a torrent of white water below them, the wildlife rookies will have to abseil down crumbling cliff ledges and rig state-of-the-art remote cameras to see them. Who will have the nerve, strength and skill to come back with the goods?

The cameras, with their four megapixel sensors and auto-focus performed well and captured good clear images of the birds.

You know what they say – “If it’s good enough for the BBC …

The next 5 purchasers of Sanyo’s VCC-HD4000 from our webshop will each get a free Kingston SDHC 16GB Flash Memory Card.

Sanyo’s official testing has only approved a 2GB or 4GB SD card so far, we’d like to encourage a bit of end-user testing and feedback. 🙂

One free card per customer, not per camera.

The programme is available to watch via BBC’s iPlayer for the next month.

CCTV Product of the Year 2009

Tuesday, May 19th, 2009

The Sanyo VCC-HD4000P was awarded the top prize of CCTV Product of the Year at IFSEC 2009 – click the image for further information about this 4 megapixel CCTV camera …

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VCC-HD4000P Full High Definition (1920x1080p) Network Camera

The SANYO VCC-HDN4000P is a full High Definition (HD) network camera equipped with the world’s first 4 million pixel lens which has been matched with a 4 million pixel progressive scan sensor to deliver incredibly sharp, crystal clear images.

A built-in 10 x optical zoom makes the VCC-HDN4000P an ideal solution for banking and retail environments or indeed an application where there is a requirement for close up detail of any activity.

The VCC-HDN4000P further capitalizes on advances in technology by the dual streaming of H.264 and JPEG, enabling simultaneous high definition recording and real time H.264 live monitoring across a network. An HDMI output allows the full quality of the camera’s images to be observed on an HD monitor, whilst there is an option to display the video onto an analogue monitor at a remarkable 680 TV lines.

On-board recording is via the camera’s SD/SDHC memory card or via USB onto an external hard drive. Other key features include motion detection, privacy masking, automatic transmission/email of images upon alarm and Power over Ethernet support, whilst a 16 x digital zoom provides the VCC-HDN4000P with a combined 160 x zoom capability.


Sanyo VCC-HD4000P added to webshop

Tuesday, January 20th, 2009

Sanyo VCC-HD4000P Megapixel Camera

We mentioned Sanyo’s new HD4000 high definition camera back before Christmas.

It’s a four megapixel camera supplied with built-in 4MP lens and 4 million pixel progressive scan CMOS sensor to deliver sharp clear images.

It’s built-in 10X optical zoom lens makes the Sanyo HD4000 an ideal solution for banking and retail CCTV applications where there may be a requirement for close-up detail of any incidents.

The VCC-HD4000P also offers dual streaming H.264 and JPEG, enabling simultaneous high definition recording and live monitoring across a network.

An HDMI ouput allows the full quality of the camera’s images to be realised on an HD monitor, whilst there is also a BNC connector enabling viewing on a traditional CCTV monitor.

This camera also has the facility for on-board video recording to an SD card via its built-in SD slot, or local connection (via USB) to an external HDD (Hard Disc Drive).

Other features include:

  • Motion detection
  • Privacy masking
  • Automatic email transmission upon alarm
  • Power Over Ethernet (POE) support
  • 10 X optical zoom
  • 16 X digital zoom
  • A combined 160 X zoom capability

Click the link to learn more about the Sanyo VCC-HD4000P IP CCTV Camera