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Old Apr 25, 2010, 11:41 AM   #1
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Default Something New to Replace the Sanyo HD 2000


I've noticed a $100(aprox) drop in price on the Sanyo HD 2000.

Some Web Online Stores don't carry it anymore.
Nor the newer Sanyo HD 2000A

Does this mean that there will be a replacement to the HD 2000?

Does anyone have any news, or found a prototype in a bar.

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Old Apr 26, 2010, 4:41 AM   #2
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I've searched for news about a new model. I hope that Sanyo keeps releasing models in this line. Some sites that are quick with news about the Sanyo Xacti cams didn't state anything yet though. Perhaps Sanyo had to change their line-up since they are now a part of Panasonic.
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Old Apr 26, 2010, 5:56 AM   #3
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The HD2000A is still a current model and is for sale at Amazon, B&H, Sears, Buy.com, etc. I see that B&H has finally sold out of the HD1010 which I bought for $325 last month. Even Apple is selling the 2000A since it has support for the iFrame format. Maybe there is a replacement in the works but really what can they change to make it better other than OIS? (Which isn't going to happen since it would raise the price way up due to the mechanism and patent rights which Canon owns.) The CS1 is the newest model and it's super slim. I think Sanyo has plenty of models to choose from right now.
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