Hi, i got a problem with my sanyo vpc-c6e, it was working well for the last 2 months and now suddenly it won't turn on, the battery is fully charged and the charger is working well, it doesn't have any signs of being dropped or hit,, but iit just won't turn on, i am wondering if my baby dropped it or something and now it doesn't work, does anyone know how to fix it? if there is a problem with the sensor or the battery entrace? thanks a lot for your time! Regards, Paola
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Strange, mine lasts a very very very long time, but in a standby state (power on, just close the lcd lid). Have you tried to just keep it in the standby state? I will never turn it off unless I need to, like to change sd cards, because it is super quick to capture video and it does not kill the battery.
I have 2 of these dual cameras and John is quite right, the Sanyo HD2000 is not a "normal" camera, its quite abnormally exceptional and way ahead of its time! Having a f1.8 lens, 1/2.5" cmos, 1080p @ 60 FRAMES/second, really makes it not "Normal". You will need a better computer to process the crazy 1080p/60fps images.
My Sanyo Xacti VPC 60 has problem in battery. After taking 2 -4 pics the camera is OFF.
Right from the day of purchase we are facing this problem since last 1 Year.
3 Years warranty is of no use & Sanyo service is horrible i.e still for the last one month its lying with them with no solution.
Purchased from Shreeji Enterprise - R Mall - Mulund