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Xacti VPC-CA9

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World’s First*1 Waterproof High-Definition Video Camera

Being waterproof down to 1.5 m (5 feet), the CA9 gives you the freedom to shoot the action in any weather and in any season.
The VPC-CA9 was awarded IPX8 certification (which requires the device to operate when fully submersed in water) based on JIS C 0920 waterproofing guidelines. Being waterproof down to 1.5 m (5 feet), the CA9 gives you the freedom to shoot the action in any weather and in any season, whether it’s a winter sport*2, a marine sport, or just a rainy day. Furthermore, it employs the advanced compression technology of MPEG-4 AVC/H.264, a video format that’s easy to handle on your PC and handy for web applications. The CA9 records high-definition 720p video in a waterproof body.
Easy to use, even for beginners Simple Mode
Settings on the CA9 are easy to understand, so even beginners can enjoy shooting.
Settings on the CA9 are easy to understand, so even beginners can enjoy shooting. In Simple mode, only the most basic elements are displayed on the LCD monitor.
Normal Mode: In Normal mode, you can fully utilize the camera’s functions.
Simple Mode: In Simple mode, the operational menus are easier to understand.
Effective zoom for video shooting Electronic Image Stabilizer
Original digital image stabilizer is capable of automatically distinguishing between unintended camera shaking and deliberate pans and tilts.
For beautiful high-definition video recording, the CA9 reduces the effect of the camera shake that typically occurs when you zoom in on a subject. SANYO’s original digital image stabilizer is capable of automatically distinguishing between unintended camera shaking and deliberate pans and tilts.
Newly developed engine delivers clear video images. 3D Digital Noise Reduction
The improved compression efficiency and bit-rate allocation results in a highly accurate video image.
To reduce random signal noise, the CA9 incorporates motion compensation into the noise-reduction process. The improved compression efficiency and bit-rate allocation results in a highly accurate video image.
Automatically follows faces, even when they move. Can follow the faces of up to 12 people. Face Chaser Function
The CA9 is able to detect your subjects’ faces instantly. Even if the faces move, the CA9 can follow them and adjust the focus and exposure to match your central subject. The Face Chaser function has been developed so that it can even follow faces from a side-on angle.
Note: Depending on the subject and shooting conditions, face detection may not operate as expected.
The Face Chaser function has been developed so that it can even follow faces from a side-on angle
Easily viewable rotating screen  285° Rotating, 2.5-Inch Wide-Screen LCD
Brightness on the VPC-CA9’s wide-screen LCD monitor can be adjusted to any of seven levels. Also, the monitor can rotate through approximately 285º, so you can easily position it at your preferred angle. This lets you keep your subject clearly in view, whether you’re shooting high, low, or at yourself.
The VPC-CA9’s wide-screen LCD monitor can be adjusted to any of seven levels.
Quick start to capture photo opportunities  1.6-Second Quick Start
The CA9 is always ready to shoot. Because it records onto a solid-state SD memory card—rather than HDD or DVD media with moving parts—you can start shooting immediately after opening the monitor.
You can start shooting immediately after opening the monitor.
Easy to save and play back on a PC MPEG-4 AVC/H.264
The CA9 employs advanced MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 video compression technology that makes it easy to save and play back files on a PC.
The CA9 employs advanced MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 video compression technology that makes it easy to save and play back files on a PC.
Cut and link HD video footage on the camera itself Easy Editing
The CA9 offers the convenience of editing HD videos on the camera itself. You can easily splice multiple clips into a single video, or cut unwanted footage. This feature is particularly useful when it comes to viewing slideshows and using your SD memory card capacity more effectively.
The CA9 offers the convenience of editing HD videos on the camera itself.
Select a mode to suit your needs A Variety of Video Shooting Modes
When you want to shoot images clearly in high definition HD-SHQWhen you want to record everyday scenes TV-HR, TV-SHQ
Long-time shooting and high-definition SD card recording 32 GB SDHC Memory Card Compatible
Compatibility with 32 GB SDHC memory cards means the CA9 can record high-definition video for approximately 7.5 hours.
Note: When the recording file size exceeds 4 GB, the file will be saved, and subsequent data will be saved in a new file. (A new file is automatically created every 4 GB. Although recording will continue until stopped by the user, recording of video clips and sound pauses when files are being saved.)
Record realistic sound Digital Stereo Recording
The CA9 uses semi-permeable material that allows sound, but not water, to pass through to the microphone and speaker parts, and thus keeps them waterproof. You can enjoy video shooting with stereo sound that brings to life both everyday and underwater scenes.
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