Saturday, August 07, 2010

3D Camcorders reach the consumer with the HDC-SDT750

Panasonic makes excellent digital technology, both for professionals and for the consumer. Having only just launched the first Full HD 3D Camcorder for Professionals earlier this year at CES, Panasonic have gone and announced one for consumers.

The Panasonic HDC-SDT750 is a 3MOS camcorder that allows users to produce their own 3D movies. You can then watch your creation on a 3D capable TV such as the Viera 3D TV. The camcorder relies on a 3D conversion lens that comes with the camcorder to record in 3D. This records the right and left images at the same time, just like we do with our two eyes. Each image produced is 960 x 1080 pixels, giving HD resolution in the final image.

The SDT750 comes with the usual array of Panasonic technical goodies, including:
  • 3MOS System with Improved Noise Reduction
  • HYBRID O.I.S. (Optical Image Stabiliser)
  • IA (Intelligent Auto) function
  • SDXC, SDHC and SD Memory Card storage capability
Available now. For more information checkout the Panasonic site at
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