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Sanyo Xacti HD1010

Sanyo Xacti HD1010

Like the Xacti HD1 before it, Sanyo's new Xacti HD1010 ($800; July) offers small-bodied HD (this time in 1080i) recording. It features face detection for up to 12 people at once, a 300fps slow-motion video mode, a 10x optical zoom lens, image stabilization, and a 2.7"LCD. Video is stored on SD or SDHC cards, and the HD1010 also takes 4-megapixel stills. It's an HD powerhouse that fits in your pocket.

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