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Sanyo Xacti VPC-CG20 Camcorder - Red

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  • Full HD 1080, 60i Video (1920 x 1080)
  • 10MP Photos
  • 5x Optical Zoom (Photo and Video)
  • 2.7-inch Wide LCD Monitor for HD Playback
  • Video and Photo Image Stabilizer
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
  • ASIN: B003S082KE
  • Item model number: VPC-CG20R
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,376 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 15, 2010

Product Description

From the Manufacturer Performance Made Affordable Full HD 1080, 60i Video (1920 x 1080)   10MP Photos 5x Optical Zoom (Photo and Video) 2.7" Wide LCD Monitor for HD Playback Video and Photo Image Stabilizer Video and Photo Face Detection Mini HDMI Output SDXC Memory Compatibility (over 64GB SD cards) MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 Movie Recording Format Product Description Conveniently capture life's important moments. The new Sanyo Dual Camera CG20 records High Definition video (1080, 60i), and up to 14 megapixel digital photos with 5X optical zoom. All of these features are contained in a convenient, upright design. Recording videos, shooting photos and accessing settings in the menu can easily be controlled with the user's thumb. The CG20 easily fits in your coat pocket and makes sharing videos and photos via social networking web sites, portable video devices like IPod's, TV's and computers, easy. Product Description Conveniently capture life's important moments. The new Sanyo Dual Camera CG20 records High Definition video (1080, 60i), and up to 14 megapixel digital photos with 5X optical zoom. All of these features are contained in a convenient, upright design. Recording videos, shooting photos and accessing settings in the menu can easily be controlled with the user's thumb. The CG20 easily fits in your coat pocket and makes sharing videos and photos via social networking web sites, portable video devices like IPod's, TV's and computers, easy. Video and Photo Face Detection Mini HDMI Output SDXC Memory Compatibility (over 64GB SD cards) MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 Movie Recording Format High Speed Sequential Photo Mode Eye Fi Compatibility Includes a High-Capacity Sanyo Brand Lithium-ion Battery Size - 3.37 x 1.47 x 4.34 inches (WxDxH) Weight - approx. 5.5 ounces

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I am very happy and would recommend it highly with only one thing I am bummed about.
David Getoff
Saves you the trouble of using two separate cameras, but a good smartphone also does that, so the only difference is that the Sanyo has an optical zoom.
Amiram Burg
The lens is very sharp and even videos in the lowest resolution mode look good to me.
Dinoddd

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By David Getoff on March 6, 2011
I was a professional photographer 25+ years ago and this entire age of digital photography and video is realy amazing. My Nikon D-300 continues to amaze me with its quality of non film photographs. Although I own a semi-pro Canon HD video camera, I had a need for a small portable video device that could also shoot video in a format for web upload without my needing to convert it with Adobe Premier Elements. I read many reviews and settled on the Sanyo VPC-CG10 (very similar model) mainly due to its having a 5X Optical zoom. I do not like the quality of digital zooms in the baby cameras without adequate room for an actual moving zoom lens and was very happy to see that this one had a real optical zoom. I have used it a few times for the past 2 weeks, have played around with its very easy to use menus, and have watched the results on a large monitor to see the quality of its HD image. I am very happy and would recommend it highly with only one thing I am bummed about. Wheh I take video, I often want or need to PAUSE the camera for a few seconds (or minutes) and then re-start the same video. This camera has NO PAUSE FEATURE so you automatically start a new file if you do anything to stop the current video. Since I do not know if any ofthe other baby video cameras has pause capability, this may be a mute point. I like it a lot!
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Jason Bostick on July 7, 2010
My wife and I bought this camera almost by accident. We went away for our first family road trip in five years over the fourth of July weekend. The itinerary was one day riding the trains at Roaring Camp Big Trees Narrow Gauge Rail Road in Felton, CA (near San Jose), followed by a day at the Santa Cruz Boardwalk and an evening on the Starlight run of the Big Trees & Pacific diesel train, concluding with a day at Monterey Bay Aquarium and Cannery Row. After only the first day, however, I had completely filled the poor underpowered SD card on my old Minolta 5.0 megapixel camera.

On the way back to the hotel we noticed a Radio Shack and walked in looking for a more up-to-date SD card; we walked out with the Sanyo Xacti dual camera instead and proceeded to "road test" it for the rest of the weekend.

THE PLUSES:

I hate "pixie" cameras that don't feel like a camera (one reason why we liked the Minolta Dimage F300 back when it was new). But even though you don't hold the Xacti like a traditional camera, the grip feels completely natural; the thumb controls are easy to learn and fell very ergonomic. I also discovered a small advantage to the camera design when I was taking pictures at some of the more crowded exhibits at the aquarium: you only need one hand to take your shots (or video)! Taking photos and video on this device is as easy as pushing the right button or the left button.

I'm not a professional photographer, but I would like to be able to go on vacation, see something amazing, and bring home photos or video clips that look as good as the thing I saw in real life. By that standard, the Xacti dual camera is terrific (especially for under $200).
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Cruz Carpenter on August 12, 2011
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its a great video camera for the money... the only flaw is the flash is below the lens. I have to hold the camera upside down to use the flash or I will see unwanted shadows. As far as image quality its great for the price... easily beats most hand held point and shoot cameras with the same mega-pixels. A real camera will do slightly better but cost 4x more; this fantastic for an on the go camera or any internet video.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By j handyman on August 11, 2011
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Bought this camera used on Amazon and I'm very pleased with the still camera and video quality. The sound and battery life and low light operation is poor.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Dinoddd on August 6, 2011
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I'm really happy with this little Sanyo Xacti VPC-CG20. The lens is very sharp and even videos in the lowest resolution mode look good to me. I also like the fact that it is very small, small enough to fit in the belt case that I've been using for my little Pentax M30 P&S. I keep it on my belt all the time now. The overall quality of the unit and its capabilities are very impressive to me. It's a steal, considering it cost me only about $96 total.
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By P. E. Shortridge on May 26, 2014
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Unfortunately, I dropped by 2009 Xacti camera (unknowingly) in the sand, on the beach. After we recovered it, several hours late, it was ruined beyond repair; sand and surf had killed it! Since I was used to the operation of this camera, I wanted one just like it. Hence, we ordered the new, improved model. It's a joy to own and operate; I look forward to making more memories on film, using this outstanding camcorder!!
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