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Sanyo Xacti VPC-E60

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Sanyo Xacti VPC-E60 - Digital camera - compact - 6.0 Mpix / 10 Mpix (interpolated) - optical zoom: 3 x - supported memory: MMC, SD

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    Thanks to its low-temperature polysilicon composition, the Xacti E60's monitor offers superb color reproduction. The large size of this LCD monitor makes it ideal for confirming the shooting subject, and for viewing and sharing your captured images. It even lets you view 36 images simultaneously, so you can find the one you want faster.

    The Xacti E60 employs a 6.37-megapixel CCD (total). This translates to 6.0 effective megapixels - more than enough to capture detailed images with impressive clarity. What's more, the Xacti E60 delivers up to 12x zoom capability, thanks to its high-quality internal 3x optical zoom lens and 4x digital zoom.

    On conventional models, you have to press the shutter button halfway down to activate the auto-focus, and then continue to press down to capture the image. But on the Xacti E60, the auto-focus is activated by a simple touch of the Touch Sensor shutter button. Now you'll be able to capture more of those sudden photo opportunities.

    When you're shooting those dynamic, once-in-a-lifetime video clips, you don't want a shaky camera hand to ruin your shots. Luckily, the Xacti E60 features a digital image stabilizer that corrects for camera shake. Whether you're shooting in wide-angle or telephoto mode, it accurately distinguishes between accidental camera shake and intentional camera movement, for more natural shooting results.