3D Video Camera Will Be Launching Panasonic

Panasonic announced that it is coming up with a high-technology 3D video camera – the HDC-SDT750. It is the first Company which will advance its move in this segment. The camera will be introduced in September and will be sold for around £1,300. The camcorder captures images in HD 960 x 1080 pixels. It has been embedded with the feature to capture and amalgamate two images for playback. Such a technology is only available in Sony’s NEX-5. The recordings can be viewed on 3D-capable TV and active shutter glasses, which could cost more than £2,500.
Presently, the new model takes images between one and three meters distance and does not possess the facility of zoom but the features will be upgraded with the time, as told by the Company’s spokesman. The camera offers 3D image-editing software. The images get stored in the memory card. It can also be used in 2D mode. It features a Leica lens, 5.1-channel audio system, 12x optical zoom, Focus Microphone and a three-inch touch screen.The Company will also offer interchangeable 3D lenses for still cameras.
The camcorder can also record 1080p hi-def in AVHD, if the lens gets unattached. It also features a Time Lapse recording video, permitting the user to record at intervals of one second, 10 seconds, 30 seconds, one minute, or two minutes.

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