By far the best deal I can find on this camera. It normally sells for £230 without the 16GB memory card, so this is £10 below normal price + a £30 memory card thrown in for free. Effectively a £40 saving.
Full specs are available at Sanyo's site, but the basics of it are that it's small (about the size of a king-size pack of fags), light (about 200g), shoots at 720p resolution, has a battery life of about an hour, a 5x zoom, and is meant to be pretty good. It's basically the newer version of the VPC-HD700, which you can see reviewed at http://www.tracyandmatt.co.uk/blogs/index.php/2008/10/29/camcorder-group-test-part-4-sanyo-xacti
. There's a video sample there too, which is well worth checking out.http://uk.sanyo.com/Products/View/VPC-CG10
-- gives you all the detailshttp://www.play.com/Electronics/Electronics/4-/9037954/Sanyo-Xacti-VPC-CG10-HD-Camcorder-Digital-Camera/Product.html
-- the direct link
I've spent a few hours researching this, and it seems to be the best available at the price point, and it definitely wins bonus points in my view for being pocket-friendly. No point buying a camera that you never use because it's too bulky to carry, I reckon. Lastly, for those for whom 1 hour battery life is a bit weak, 3rd party batteries can be bought from eBay for about £4. All in all, pretty ace, I reckon.