Summary: Pros: Good sound quality, OK picture quality, small, decent view finder screen, easy to use, battery life is pretty good. Cons: Terrible picture quality when the zoom is used, Not compatable with windows movie maker. Over all it's a good beginners camera, but don't expect high quality.
Summary: this is a great little camcorder/camera. it will fit in your purse or jacket pocket. the two features i love best about it are that it has a timer, so you can set it and hop in the picture yourself & the viewing screen flips so that you can hold it and see yourself for taking vacation pictures with you in them without setting down the camera or asking a stranger to take it. it has auto flash, various date displays and so many more features.
Summary: I have no complaints with the operation of this camera; in fact, I really like it. But--and this is a big one--be prepared for them to suddenly die for no apparent reason. At that point you have a paperweight, unless you have hundreds of dollars to effect a factory repair. I bought one brand new, and about 3 days after the 90-day warranty expired it went dead.
Summary: Overall, this is a great camera, specifically for the price. I was a bit hesitant at first because I had no idea how a Sanyo would be and I can say its been great. Video footage is very stable, not grainy in decent light, and overall very nice. The sound quality is not the best, but for the most part if it isn't too loud in the place you'll be fine. The camera is also nice.
Summary: I have now dropped this camera 5 times. I mean small drops. This camera was also left in my sailing bag with used diesel filters. I thought that might have ruined it, but no it keeps working. The camera can by charged through its mini USB connector or with provided charger with camera. This comes in handy when you forget the charger. There are a few problems. When recording, the battery does not last too long. I can understand this problem.
Summary: February 2008: Purchased the Sanyo VPC-CG6. August 2008: Noticed two of the Sanyo CCD's tiny pixels were stuck on the colors yellow and blue, respectively, causing a tiny yellow and blue square to appear on all recorded videos and still images. August 2008: Sought help from Sanyo Service -- in spite of the fact the 90 day warranty period had expired -- only to receive the comment from a Sanyo Service customer support representative that fixing the camcorder's CCD would...
Summary: And I do mean little. This camcorder is about the size of a deck of cards and packs a lot in its small package. I had originally looked into the Panasonic SDR-S7K camcorder but the Sanyo had a lot more to offer. Having a quality digital camera and a camcorder in one small package is the only way to go. Video is on a par with the Hi-8 format video camera. It's not Hi-Def but it doesn't claim to be. Digital camera photos are very good and clear.
Summary: And no tapes. I like the size, its very portable. I can take it where ever I go. It has a nice big screen. It takes pictures as well as shoot video. It has a 6 MP sensor, and good stereo sound. It create standard mpeg4 files that can be directly imported into imovie with no conversion needed. Video quality is better than my DV tape. It has trouble with low light, but not terrible and is completely usable, just don't expect a thousand dollar quality. Highly recommended.
Summary: Length:: 0:14 Mins The clip shown here was shot with my new Xacti CG6 camcorder, it was cut down to 320 x 240 (from native 640 x 480) and converted to .wmv format to make it viewable to most. It retains most of the quality from the original .mp4 clip. This is my nephew Jason and his beloved dog Daisey on Christmas Day 2007. This clip was shot with all automatic settings and zoomed in about 3X - 4X. I was really intrigued by the Flip Ultra video camera.