Reviews and Problems with Sanyo Xacti VPC-HD1010 / DMX-HD1010
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Good lowlight camera!
Daniel Night "Do to others as you would have them do to you.", Amazon
13 October 2011
Summary: Very good lowlight, I tried focusing in the dark though at it's full 10x distance and sadly it couldn't focus in dark though lit areas, and there was plenty to see so it wasn't asking for the impossible. I wish camcorders had manual focus rings.
Summary: I really loved this camera. Great video, great picture and lots of features but last month after owning it for more than 6 months the flash stopped working. Now I am not able to select any of the flash mode, it always stuck at no flash mode.
Summary: I've been pleased with this camera (Xacti HD1010) In bright light, picture quality is terrific -- much better than any of the several Canon DV cameras I've owned. In dim light it's not as good, but still at least the equal of the older DV cameras.
Summary: While I was editing some 20 year old VHS tapes to DVD I was thinking how great it was to have someone that a video cam to capture these old family moments and look back at them, hence my search for a video camera.
Summary: At this price, for full 1080p it cannot be beat! I decided to switch from a still great Sony TRV-33, but was getting tired of the time involved with minidv tape editing. Also, not using the new AVCHD format is a plus.
Summary: Have you ever purchased a camera and then discovered that you weren't using it as much as you thought you would. In addition to being a solid performing camera in its own right, it is simply a camera that you will use.
Summary: The prior reviews have pretty much said everything there is to say, my take is this. Great features, so-so low light performance, good battery life and good picture overall. The only thing you should be aware of is that IS is software, not optical, so you'll have mixed results, although with careful...
Summary: The camera works very well. When plugged into my HD TV the quality of the video is awesome. However, some of that color gets lost for me in my mac, and when I post movies online. The darks are to dark and sometimes lose definition. Overall the camera is awesome for the price.
Summary: I wasn't really in the market for a full-blown HD camcorder, but had my eye on one of the new HD pocket camcorders (like the Mino Ultra HD or the Creative Vado). When I saw this camera on Amazon for about $350, I started doing some research.