Sanyo's latest Xacti Dual Camera offers "full HD" video and a 5x zoom lens in a traditional camcorder body, albeit a very small one.
Sanyo has announced that the Xacti VPC-CS1 will land on British shores this very week. Specs and pricing are just one click away
Sanyo's dual-camera Xacti VPC-CG10 has the design and features to easily shoot both HD-quality movies and 10-megapixel photos, but slow performance and mediocre photos keep it from being a solid do-it-all device.
When the year 2000 rolled around, legendary sci-fi comic 2000AD didn't change a thing: to us, that number will always mean the future. Good news for the Sanyo's top of the range Xacti
Fairly affordable and offering a decent balance of abilities, the Sanyo Xacti VPC-SH1 is a good camcorder that takes notable still photos. Superior video quality is available elsewhere, however, for around the same price.
Typical price: £275.00
It might be a little pricier than the average pocket camera, but stump up the extra cash and Sanyo's gun-shaped Xacti VPC-CA100 will let you shoot video and photos of a much higher quality than its fellow pocket-friendly devices. It also provides a wider range of features, including immunity to water.
Typical price: £300.00
The Sanyo Xacti CA8 is a go-anywhere sort of camcorder, with a sturdy waterproof constitution as well as 8-megapixel stills and a 5x zoom
SANYO introduces its second-generation waterproof camcorder to the U.S. market.
The 'dual camera' Sanyo Xacti VPC-CG100 has its fair share of flaws, but it's not a bad compromise for people who don't want to carry two separate devices around. Don't expect to get broadcast-quality video though
Typical price: £230.00
The Sanyo Xacti VPC-HD2 camcorder fits high-def video and 7-megapixel stills into a very small package, but its image quality disappoints.