Reviews and Problems with Sanyo Xacti VPC-HD1010 / DMX-HD1010
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Great, great value for what it does.
12 September 2012
Summary: I read many reviews before I purchased the Xacti HD1010. After getting familiar with all the features of the camera, I was really pleased with it. I took it on vacation and shot some amazing video and my still pictures that look like they were taken with a camera costing three times as much. I purchased the Fish eye lens, wide angle lens and telephoto lens and taking amazing pics and videos.
Summary: Comments about Sanyo Xacti VPC-HD1010 High Definition Digital Camcorder: This is a great little Camcorder, with some big features, one small problem the quality of the voideos drops in low light. It's easy to carry and use.
Pros: Comfortable to Operate, Great Picture Quality, Simple Controls
Summary: Varun from California This small Camcorder is definitely a gorgeous one in my pocket, I ususally keep it in my back pocket where ever I go. I think it makes a statement when people see my Xacti. Performance is good in outdoors, but I still have to play with the ISO Settings for an optimal indoor shooting with dark areas.
Summary: I use the camera primarily for non-professional stuff. Filming friends, etc. It's incredibly easy to use, comfortable in the hand - due in part to the fact that it's shaped like a gun, and the video is good quality. Like everyone else has stated, though, it's not the best in low light.
Pros: Comfortable to Operate, Great Picture Quality, Simple Controls, Versatile
Summary: Great little camera for the price. Only complaints are its use in low light. Other than that, it suits all my needs, easy to carry, decent sound, and fits nicely in my hand, although a little small! I would recommend the wide angle lens, and a carrying case, and a 16 gig card.
Summary: Camera takes great video and good photos, but the light weight makes handholding without the stablizer on or using a steady support useless. The large flip up monitor turns around to face forward for self portraits, etc. If you have used a digital camera before the user interface is very simple. I like it's light weight and portability. It fits in a coat pocket or small camera bag with all my extra memory cards, batteries, accessory lenses, etc. with ease.
Pros: Great Picture Quality, Simple Controls, Versatile
Summary: Here's what I like - Outputs NTSC or PAL signal (very rare in any of the current pro-sumer camcorders) - useful for anyone travelling with their camera outside of the US Truly compact - with a LOT of features - great image quality with access to manual controls when required. Dock is great - leave it cabled and lift or slot in the camera - a real bonus.
Pros: Durable, Great Features, Great Picture Quality, Killer looks, Versatile
Summary: Nice design for a run&gun cam. The picture is not as crisp as a Canon HV20 but it plays in a different league. The codec is extrem hard to work with in regard to editing. Sanyo should do some homework on H.264 like Canon did but overall I'm pleased with results. A Core Duo at 3.6GHz has it's issues with the native stream for editing, so intermediates are a must or you have access to a NASA mainframe computer.
Pros: Comfortable to Operate, Durable, Simple Controls, Versatile