Compared to conventional VGA cameras having a 640 x 480 pixel resolution, the 4 megapixels (2288 x 1712) CMOS newly employed in the SANYO VCC-HD4000 achieves a resolution approximately 9 times that of a conventional camera. This makes it possible to cover 9 times the monitoring area, the image quality being the same. In addition, image capture of detailed parts are clearer when these images are enlarged, provided shooting angles are the same.
The VCC-HD 4000P also incorporates a high-performance, high-resolution optical 10x AF lens that is Full HD compatible. Intensive focusing becomes unnecessary as the camera has been pre-optimized for best performance under actual use conditions, allowing highly detailed, sharp target capture. In addition, a separate digital 16x zoom-in function, along with the optical 10x zoom, can zoom up to 160x (max.).
A colour camera, which captures objects in vivid colours in daylight, becomes a high-sensitivity B/W camera during the night and provides tiny details even in dark corners.
Image chip size
Image chip type
MJPEG & H.264
Indoor / Outdoor
Indoors or Outdoors
Colour / monochrome
Yes - no splitter required
Class 1 (0.44-3.84W)
2288 X 1712
Min. low-light lux
12V DC or 24V AC/DC OR POE
Lens Focal Length
Supplied with lens
Accepts auto-iris lens
Max. Images per second
Frames per Second
Built in Heater
Product Questions (5)
hi! can sanyo vcc-hd4000p be operated without a digital video recorder and record the events?
Question by: john on 11 Aug 2011 14:21:05
Sorry John, the Sanyo VCC-HD4000 is now end-of-life and no longer available to purchase.
Many IP cameras can record to an internal SD or micro-SD card, take a look at our Flash CCTV webshop category.
Answer by: Phil Stewkesbury (Admin) on 11 Aug 2011 14:21:05
Would this cope with 24 hour daily recording at maximum resolution and frame rate to an external hard disk ?
Question by: stuart on 11 Nov 2010 20:41:43
At 1920 x 1080 resolution, using h.264 video compression and 25 images per second (ips) you will need about 5GB per hour of HDD capacity for continuous recording. Therefore, you would need about 120GB per 24hrs.
However, it's worth noting that you are unlikely to need 25 ips - humans perceive 15 ips as real-time video, and by reducing your record rate to 15 ips you would only need about 70GB per day.
You can record to an HDD in a PC, or you might like to consider a QNAP NVR for recording.
Answer by: Phil Stewkesbury (Admin) on 11 Nov 2010 20:41:43
would the following SD card be compatible with the camera:
Verbatim 44032 32GB HD Video SDHC Class 6 Card
Question by: sean on 26 Oct 2010 09:20:42
I think so. The card format is fine, but I'm not sure that the Sanyo VCC-HD4000 can use all the storage space; the newer VCC-HD4600P has a maximum limit of 32GB, I thought the HD4000 had a lower limit of 4 or 8GB, but cannot find a statement on this.
I will contact Sanyo Tech Support and provide an update ASAP ...
I've added a new entry in the Sanyo category of our Forum with their recommended SD card details.
Answer by: Phil Stewkesbury (Admin) on 26 Oct 2010 09:20:42
Can someone tell me what mounting options there are with this camera?
Can it be mounted to a standard tripod? does it come with mounting brackets?
Question by: Iain McFarlane on 1 Mar 2010 20:37:18
This camera has the standard threaded camera mounts (same a is used on all CCTV cameras, camcorders, and SLR cameras, etc). It's a little hard to make this out in the product photos because Sanyo fit crosshead screws into the thread to blank it off. There is actually a threaded hole in both the bottom and the top of the camera's body. It is the standard thread used in tripod mounts. The camera is not supplied with any brackets or mounts (nor a power supply/POE injector).
Answer by: Phil Stewkesbury (Admin) on 1 Mar 2010 20:37:18
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