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Sanyo Xacti E6 South Portland ME

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New Wave
(207) 871-0599
645 Forest Ave
Portland, ME
 
Dick Waterhouse Tv Center
(207) 772-9800
978 Washington Ave
Portland, ME
 
The Phone Source
(207) 774-2828
154 Middle St
Portland, ME
 
Pine Tree Networks
(207) 699-2300
92 Oak St
Portland, ME
 
Wireless Zone
(207) 797-5575
23 Temple St
Portland, ME
 
Ta Napolitano Electrical
(207) 799-0538
968 Broadway
South Portland, ME
 
Allstar Home Electronics
(207) 774-0557
30 Stroudwater Rd
Portland, ME
 
ABC Electric Company
(207) 775-0903
56 Clinton St
Portland, ME
 
Amateur Radio Info
(207) 799-3997
413 Broadway
South Portland, ME
 
B & J Electronics
(207) 799-7226
249 Lincoln St
South Portland, ME
 

Sanyo Xacti E6 Review at Cameratown.com

Sanyo Xacti E6 Review

Reader Score: 7.90 (out of 10)
"The new Xacti E6 is a fine camera, offering enhanced user's convenience for its money. It features good image quality, a strong friendly operation and it is ease to carry around with you thanks to the compact size. The innovative features of the Sanyo Xacti E6 are mainly responsible for taking the camera on a higher level than its competitors. Users can fully enjoy the large sized monitor. And if Sanyo decides to apply the large monitor and the Touch sensor on an advanced digital camera, taking into account the demanding photographer, a strong concept can be set down; one that can easily compete with high quality digital cameras. The Sanyo E6 isn't perfect but clearly and undoubtedly we are dealing with a very strong concept here. The camera is perfectly suitable for the snapshot photographer and this target group will effortlessly be convinced by the Sanyo Xacti E6 digital camera. " ...

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