List of available accessories is far smaller than the competition
Good high-def video capture at 1080p
Great wifi features for a so-so pocket camera
Mediocre image quality and no tripod mount.
Best size and weight, simple to use.
Unimpressed by its image stabilization
'There's no flash or video light.'
'Water- and drop-proof'
'Low light recording is very poor, details are hard to discern.'
'Waterproof to 3m.'
'Full 1080p output'
Very good video quality
Easy to use
Good Small Camera-For the grab and go video shot
Subpar low-light performance
Good choice for budget-minded people
'The Sanyo Xacti VPC-PD2BK is a budget-friendly, pocket-sized handheld HD camcorder designed for taking high-quality stills and recording high-quality films. '
'The device is extremely light, too, even when loaded with an SDHC card and its removable rechargeable battery.'
'The Sanyo Dual Camera PD2 delivers excellent results with multiple features normally found on high priced camcorders. '
'Garish-looking design with hard-to-use buttons . '
'The display is clear, albeit a bit dark; it can't really compete with the Kodak Zi8's brilliant 2.5-inch screen, but the Kodak is a larger device.'
'Landscape/macro toggle .'
'The video is compressed using H.264, so the top data rate is relatively generous for 1,440 x 1,080 footage.'
'Mac users have to manually copy video files to their computers.'
'Big, bright screen.'
'Top-notch video for a pocket camcorder.'
'the Vado's native encoding format isn't compatible with QuickTime.'
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