Panasonic has proudly introduced its new simple-to-use Panasonic HDC-SDT750 3D camcorder, which Panasonic claims as the world’s first consumer 3D video camera that includes a specially-designed 3D conversion lens for recording true-to-life 3D dynamic images that’s ready to playback on 3D compatible televisions, like Panasonic VIERA 3DTV. In addition to 3D video, the Panasonic SDT750 also can shoot full HD (1080/60p) AVCHD video once the 3D conversion lens is removed.
Key features of Panasonic HDC-SDT750 include:
- 3.0-inch wide LCD touchscreen with auto brightness adjustment
- 35mm wide-angle Leica Dicomar lens with 12x optical zoom
- iA (Intelligent Auto) mode complemented with Hybrid O.I.S (Optical Image Stabilization)
- Advanced, high-sensitivity 3MOS system delivers great images with richer color quality
- 5.1-channel audio recording sound system plus Zoom and Focus Microphone
- Time Lapse Recording plays a scene like sunset or blooming flower at an accelerated speed
- Included 3D conversion lens for recording right-eye and left-eye images (960 x 1080 pixels each) simultaneously
“Panasonic developed a professional 3D system camera and successfully brought high-quality Full HD 3D images to the home for viewing on Panasonic VIERA Full HD 3D televisions. But now, Panasonic has taken it one step further and developed the world’s first consumer 3D camcorder, the HDC-SDT750 – creating a 3D ecosystem available for consumers in the home,” commented Chris Rice, Senior Product Manager for Imaging of Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company. “Incorporating Panasonic’s professional broadcast technology and bringing it to an easy-to-use consumer model, the SDT750 makes high-quality 3D video content a reality in the home.”
Panasonic HDC-SDT750 consumer 3D video camera which measures 2.59 x 2.71 x 5.43 inches and weights in at 375 grams is expected to hit the market by October 2010 for around $1,400.