Reviews and Problems with Sanyo Xacti VPC-CG65 / DMX-CG65
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Sanyo VPC-CG65 Digital Camcorder
Brian Hunsaker, Amazon
12 November 2009
Summary: This is the absolutely slickest camcorder I have ever owned. It is very simple to operate, and the instruction manual actually makes sense ! I have made stills, and videos, uploading both to my computer and onto the Internet without a problem. This camera would be a bargain at twice the price.
Summary: This little Sanyo doesn't shoot HD video, but the quality is very good nonetheless. It's a great fit for an average-sized hand and very easy to keep steady. The overall design is solid, and it produces great color. It picks up sound remarkably well, too.
Summary: I got this as a gift for my relative during his wedding. It's a great camera/camcorder. It's highly pocketable and takes great pictures as well as movies. The movies get stored as MOV files (MPEG4), which cam be viewed with Apple QuickTime or a bunch of other players.
Summary: I just got it today and started shooting and having fun with my children, video quality is better than I expected, audio is good too and the best of all, my family in south america were enjoying the videos just a couple of minutes after I shot them... the size is unreal and it's really easy to use.
Summary: I've been reasonably impressed with Sanyo's offerings in terms of digital cameras in the past and have used the predecessors to the CG6, including the HD1 and VPC-C6. Both cameras are reasonable, but were absolutely hopeless in low light conditions (ISO400), the CG6 has an ISO of 1600 (finally)...
Summary: I've had this for about 2 weeks now. WOW! I am really impressed with the video quality of this hybrid camcorder. I have since taken a bunch of videos and burned it to a DVD using the included Ulead software. I was blown away by the video quality.
Summary: Considering it's small size (it fits in the palm of your hand) I had my doubts about this, but it has turned out to be the best camcorder I have ever owned. At its highest setting it's video quality is excellent, and there is just no matching the convienence of a camcorder that fits in your front...
Summary: I must admit that I was skeptical of this camera. It comes in such a small package I was worried that the quality of the photos/video would be low. I have been pleasantly surprized by the quality of both the video and photos. It is really a neat camera and always draws comments.
Blown away by features...but not by implementation
Amazon Customer, Amazon
12 November 2009
Summary: I should preface what follows with the statement that I bought this to replace an "ancient" miniDV camcorder - the original Canon ZR, which has less than stellar autofocus and low-light performance.
Summary: I've been extremely happy with the new Sanyo VPC-CG65 since I bought it. I first saw the VPC-CG6 (younger brother) at Walmart and instantly loved the small form factor. After doing a bit of research I found the CG65 with is identical except for the H.264 mpeg codec being built-in.