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Sanyo Xacti VPC-HD2 Cleveland TN

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Jerry's Appliance & Tv Sales
(423) 476-8551
501 Inman St W
Cleveland, TN
 
Economy Rentals
(423) 472-6105
901 Sahara Dr Nw
Cleveland, TN
 
Bill's Tv Service
(423) 476-4421
1535 Westside Dr Nw
Cleveland, TN
 
Wheeler Electronics
(423) 472-7961
211 1st St Ne
Cleveland, TN
 
Hill's Electronics
(423) 472-8246
1021 Inman St E Ste A
Cleveland, TN
 
Suburban Services
(423) 472-4424
2372 Blue Springs Rd Se
Cleveland, TN
 
All City Tv Incorporated
(423) 479-2050
2538 Keith St Nw Ste 5
Cleveland, TN
 
Radio Shack
(423) 478-1460
2753 Keith St Nw
Cleveland, TN
 
Rent-A-Center
(423) 479-8558
2745 Keith St Nw
Cleveland, TN
 
Harvey's Tv Service
(423) 614-0033
143 Durkee Rd Ne
Cleveland, TN
 

Sanyo Xacti VPC-HD2 Review at Cameratown.com

Sanyo Xacti VPC-HD2 Review

Reader Score: 6.90 (out of 10)
Review (Summary): "The VPC-HD2 features a 7.1 Megapixel CCD, 10X optical zoom lens, a 2.2" rotating LCD display, full manual controls, and HDMI output. And did I mention the 720p movie mode that records stereo sound? If that sounds a lot like the PowerShot TX1, you're right. The main differences are size (the TX1 is smaller) and image stabilization (the TX1's is optical, the HD2's is digital and only for videos).

The Sanyo Xacti VPC-HD2 is one of those cameras that sounds great when you read the press release, but ultimately disappoints you when you use it. About the only things really going for it are the 720p video mode and HDMI out - for just about everything else, other cameras do it better, and for less money. Though I'm not a huge fan of the PowerShot TX1, it does take better photos, and it's an all-around better performer in most respects. ..."

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