Panasonic Launches Consumer 3D Camcorder (Panasonic HDC-SDT750) Priced at $2,000

Written By Sam on 1 August 2010
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Panasonic, famous Japanese electric products manufacturer has announced a new 3D camcorder with many enhanced features. Retailing from September for a price of £1,300, Panasonic HDC-SDT750 is the first consumer 3D camcorder from Panasonic that would use two lenses side by side.

Panasonic HDC-SDT750 is mounted in a single case and incorporates Leica lens and 12x optical zoom as well as a three-inch touchscreen to view recordings (in 2D only). This camcorder records two separate images and then combines them for playback in a near-full HD 960×1080 format. However, in order to view the footage properly, users might need a 3D-capable TV and “active shutter” glasses, which could cost more than £2,500.

Coming with 3D image-editing software, this camcorder allows images to be recorded onto a memory card and inserted directly into compatible TVs. The camera also comes with 3D image-editing software. Working effectively with subjects that are between one and three meters away, disappointingly this model does not feature zoom capabilities. Panasonic HDC-SDT750 can be purchased from the markets starting from September, meanwhile Panasonic also announced that it is set to launch interchangeable 3D lenses for still cameras as well!

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