Sanyo has dropped word of a trio of camcorders that it'll soon be bringing to market. There's the VPC-GH2, VPC-CG102, and VPC-CG20. All three come with full 1080p video and up to 14-megapixel photo capability.

All three record onto SD, SDHC cards, and also support the massive SDXC cards that go up to 2TB in size. The GH2 and CG102 also have a "double-range zoom" feature that combines a wide-angle lens and a telephoto lens to allow for one-button switching between different zoom ranges, upto 12X. The CG20's zoom lens goes to 5X.

The GH2 also has recording controls on both the front and back, which is presumably aimed at frequent YouTubers who want to record themselves. Content is recorded in MPEG4, AVC/H.264 format, which combines video and audio into one file. They all pack mini-HDMI ports too.

All three will be arriving in March in the USA. The  VPC-GH2 and VPC-CG102 will cost $230, and the VPC-CG20 will cost $200. UK pricing and availability hasn't been announced, but we'll let you know the moment we hear anything.