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Sanyo Xacti VPC-HD2 Newport KY

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Campbell County Cable Tv Admnstrtr
(859) 781-3495
10 Hilltop Dr
Cold Spring, KY
MAC Productions Inc.
(859) 655-3080
242 Pike Street
Covington, KY

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A-Hi Computers & Electronics Norwood Hyde Park TV
(513) 531-1111
4030 Montgomery Rd
Cincinnati, OH
Howard's Tv Service
(513) 531-1433
1801 Elm Ave
Cincinnati, OH
Teledimensions International Inc.
(513) 784-9797
1101 Saint Gregory Street
Cincinnati, OH

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PPS Group
(859) 291-5100
424 Scott Street
Covington, KY

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Terrell & Nobis
(513) 821-2298
8180 Vine St
Cincinnati, OH
Sams TV & Vcr Service
(513) 631-6274
119 Lock St
Cincinnati, OH
Sound Electronic Service
(513) 961-4499
782 E Mcmillan St
Cincinnati, OH
Midwest Music Distributors
(513) 631-8318
5024 Montgomery Rd
Cincinnati, OH
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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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