|Panasonic HDC-SDT750 is a full HD and the first consumer 3D camcorder on the market. It utilizes 3MOS technology to create a strikingly colorful video and can capture still images in 3D also. This 3MOS Sensor offers a resolution of 7.59 million effective motion image pixels (2.53 million x 3). When the 3D conversion lens is attached, this 3D camcorder produces an effect called visual disparity to create images in the third dimension. Right and left images are captured at the same time by the two lenses and are recorded using the side-by-side method. When shooting in normal mode, SDT750 captures video at up to Full HD 1080p at 60 frames per second. It has an Intelligent Zoom function capable up to 18x. When Intelligent Zoom is being used, Intelligent Resolution technology allows you to shoot at high zoom rates while preserving the image resolution at the same time. SDT750 also comes with HYBRID O.I.S, an image stabilization system that corrects hand-shake blurring by combining the action of its hybrid optical and electrical image stabilization systems.
This camcorder features LEICA Dicomar lens which are famous for their ability to render sharp images and excellent shading. This lens suppresses ghosting, flare, and distortion at the image edges. SDT750 is equipped with the new Crystal Engine PRO that processes right away the huge amount of data that goes into Full-HD images and further boosts Full-HD quality. The camcorder comes with built-in Dolby Digital 5.1-Ch Surround Sound System and a zoom microphone which will precisely calculate and capture the distance from the subject you are filming. It also features a Wind Noise Canceller that automatically detects and suppresses only wind noise to give you natural sounds with realistic ambience. The camcorder may be set to Digital Cinema mode to shoot in the progressive 1080/24p (24 pictures per second) format for NTSC area, and in the progressive 1080/25p format for PAL area. It measures 2.7”X5.4”X2.6” (HxDxW) and weighs 13.2 ounces.
Posted 2010-12-27 and updated on Dec 27, 2010 4:48am by richard