- Ultra-compact camera style
-1080p Full HD, 25 ips Full Framerate with H.264
- 4-megapixel (2288 x 1712) resolution with MJPEG
- Optimum IP-Pro Engine
- Focus Assist Drive
- Universal Power Input PoE, 24VAC and 12VDC
Image chip size
Image chip type
MJPEG & H.264
Indoor / Outdoor
Indoors or Outdoors
Colour / monochrome
Yes - no splitter required
2288 X 1712
Min. low-light lux
12V DC or 24V AC/DC OR POE
Accepts auto-iris lens
Max. Images per second
Frames per Second
Built in Heater
Product Questions (5)
I´m very impressive with the image quality of this camera. I´d like to know if I can use it as a normal report camera, with external mics, connect a viewfinder like "Cineroid evf" and work with it without a computer control. It seems that this IP cameras just depend on it to work! I have a 1/2" zoom lense to atack its sensor and I´d like to know if there´s a remote to control the setups and get a start record buton autonomously.
Help me to understand this kind of cameras. I´m in love with this VCC-HD2100P!!!
Question by: Carlos Serra on 18 Mar 2013 18:29:39
The Sanyo range of CCTV cameras have not been available since March 2012 when Sanyo pulled out of the market ...
Answer by: Phil Stewkesbury (Admin) on 18 Mar 2013 18:29:39
Sorry to sound a little dense, but does this camera come with a lens as standard, or do you have to buy that separately? I see that people seem to buy a wide angle lens with it, but is that an "upgrade"?
If it does come with a lens, can you tell me (or point me in the direction of the information) the angle of view and other details of the lens?
Question by: Henry on 27 Sep 2011 11:08:50
Sanyo do not supply a lens with their body cameras - leaving it up to you to choose the most appropriate lens and viewing angle for your requirement.
We propose the Fujinon megapixel 2.8-8mm lens in the Frequently Bought Together section, as it is the most cost-effective and offers a reasonably broad adjustment range.
You need a megapixel lens for a Sanyo HD camera, preferably one of the Fujinon lenses rated at 3 Megapixels.
You should select a lens with a DC iris - one which has a cable to connect to the camera - which allows the camera to adjust the iris, and thereby control the light reaching the camera's sensor.
You can see the range of lenses available either by using 'Browse by Category' near the top of our Home page and selecting 'CCTV Lenses' OR by going straight to Fujinon as a manufacturer (by clicking their badge/logo at the foot of our Home page).
If you click on the datasheets for any of the lenses you will see the horizontal viewing angle that the lens is able to deliver.
The Sanyo HD body cameras use 1/3" image sensors, so the 2.8-8mm delivers 35-100° horizontal field of view.
(NB Sanyo do not provide a Power supply either - Power Over Ethernet is most popular).
Hope that helps ...
Answer by: Phil Stewkesbury (Admin) on 27 Sep 2011 11:08:50
1) Can you recommend a (small if possible) outdoor housing for it? This may be used in a humid environment, therefore fan / heating is a bonus.
2) Confirm compatibility with something like the Pentax 2.6-8mm Varifocal Lens TS3VP213ED-M ?
3) Do you know if it is possible to obtain a still, full-res JPEG output from this camera?
Many thanks in advance.
Question by: Duncan on 22 Nov 2010 11:40:50
1) See the Frequently Bought Together (FBT) section on the product web page just below the product pictures and description, you'll find a link to a recommended camera housing. The camera housing is available in two versions; fitted with a mains heater or a low voltage heater. It doesn't have a built-in fan, these only tend to be used in very hot environments. If you take a low-voltage supply to the camera housing to power the heater (for example 24V AC) then you can utilise the terminal strip inside the camera housing to use the same power supply to supply the camera as well (if you use a mains supply you'll need to fit a separate PSU inside the camera housing to produce the low voltage for the camera).
2) The FBT section also shows a recommended Fujinon lens for this camera (which offers a very similar field of view adjustment but has a higher megapixel rating than the Pentax lens).
3) If you run the camera in MJPEG 4:3 format it will run at a resolution of 2288 x 1712 and you should be able to capture any still JPEG at that resolution from that video stream.
NB you can use Sanyo's FREE version of their CCTV recording software to record a single camera, but if you need to record multiple cameras you'll need Pro software from Sanyo, LuxRiot or Alnet.
Answer by: Phil Stewkesbury (Admin) on 22 Nov 2010 11:40:50
I am trying to program a system using JMF (Java Media Framework), which requires a device that supports VFW.
Does this camera support this?
Question by: Neil Chapman on 6 Oct 2010 14:04:26
Sorry to say I don't know. The protocols which this Sanyo HD IP camera supports can be seen on the datasheet - neither JMF nor VFW are mentioned. If you'd like further help with this perhaps post some more information at our Forum and we'll help you take it up with Sanyo Tech Support.
Answer by: Phil Stewkesbury (Admin) on 6 Oct 2010 14:04:26
it interests me if it is possible view camera's stream with IPTV streamers like HTPS, Amino or similar, not only in web browser and without any additional client software I need only fixed zoom, so there is no need for remote zoom control. Is it possible to send stream to router's Multicast port, like 231.1.1.xxxx:xxxx , without authentication or other sercurity futures.
Thank you in advance
Question by: Gasper Stifter on 9 Apr 2010 12:56:28
This should be possible. You may need to adjust the url syntax according to the tool you are using and what you're attempting to do. Ultimately, as it's impossible for us to prove all the configuration possibilities, it is probably best to take advantage of our 'Buy & Try' offer and use the 14 day trial period to test your intended configuration.
Hope that helps ...
Answer by: Phil Stewkesbury (Admin) on 9 Apr 2010 12:56:28
What more can I say? This could have been an excellent camera if Sanyo had seen fit to make it work with all the popular browsers - not just Internet Explorer up to version 8. You can forget about ver...
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