Hi, can I use it in Italy ? I must connect the camera to a LED TV Full HD with HDMI port. Thanks a lot
Question by: Franco on 20 Sep 2011 10:19:17
Yes that should be fine.
You will need to add the camera to a network and access it via your PC/laptop to set it up and make any configuration changes, you can then view the HDMI output from the Sanyo VCC-HD4600 camera on your TV.
Please see the Frequently Bought Together section also, as Sanyo do not supply a power supply with their cameras you will also need either a mains power supply adapter or a Power Over Ethernet injector, and of course a suitable HDMI and network cables.
Answer by: Phil Stewkesbury (Admin) on 20 Sep 2011 10:19:17
Is there and equivalent lens to Sanyo VCP-L04F semi fish-eye lens for VCC-HD4000P available for the VCC-HD4600P. I am interested in utilising a macro lens with the VCC-HD4600P for looking at a relatively small field of view close to the camera.
Question by: Mike on 16 Jul 2010 15:16:53
It's the VCP-L04SW.
The Sanyo VCC-HD4000P and the Sanyo VCC-HD4600P have slightly different front lens thread mounts for their adaptors, so each has its own range of adapters for wide, macro and tele converter.
The VCP-L04SW (and VCP-L04F for the HD4000) is a two-part lens adapter; if you just mount the rear part it acts as a macro adapter, if you fit both parts it provides a wide angle. I think the additional product photos we've added on the VCP-L04F product page explain this better than I can :-)
Answer by: Phil Stewkesbury (Admin) on 16 Jul 2010 15:16:53
What are the differences between this new Sanyo VCC-HD4600 camera and the Sanyo VCC-HD4000 camera?
Question by: Allan on 2 Dec 2009 09:32:16
The HD4600 has the following features over and above the HD4000:
b. Two processors in the camera, enabling it to output Quad video streams (the HD4000 can output two streams)
c. The ability to crop the streamed video, you can effectively output (at VGA resolution) four cropped view streams from within the overall larger 4 Megapixel scene monitored by the camera
d. Analytics in the camera; ‘Trip Wires’ – to monitor when an object crosses a set line in the scene; ‘Museum Mode’ – to detect when a monitored object is removed from the scene
e. Much smaller physical size – the new Sanyo VCC-HD4600P is one third the size of the Sanyo VCC-HD4000P
Answer by: Phil Stewkesbury (Admin) on 2 Dec 2009 09:32:16
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