Three new Panasonic Full HD camcorder with progressive scan

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Panasonoc The company announced three new models of the seventh series camcorders - HDC-HS700, HDC-TM700 and the HDC-SD700, equipped matrices 3MOS (system of three matrix constructed from the MOS technology) and allows you to take in resolving the Full HD (1920x1080) c progressive scan speed - 50 frames per second (in NTSC models - 60 frames / sec.). All new items are equipped with wide-angle (35 mm), aperture (F1.5, ⌀ 46 mm) lens Leica Dicomor with 12-fold increase in new systems and optical image stabilization - POWER OIS and face recognition.

Functionally, all presented models are identical and differ only medianositelyami, which are recorded material: in the HDC-HS700 - on the structure of hard disk capacity of 240 GB or memory card (SD / SDHC / SDXC), in HDC-TM700 - on-chip memory, a 32 GB or memory card (SD / SDHC / SDXC), whereas the model HDC-SD700 (in some countries will be sold under the symbol SD707) allows only the memory card (SD / SDHC / SDXC). Accordingly, the size and weight of the cameras due to the differences expressed above, also differ.

Among the main advantages of new products, noted the following:

  • Full HD video (1080/50r) with progressive scan, which unlike the interlaced (1080i), contains approximately twice as much information.
  • System of three matrices - 3MOS with a total effective resolution 7.59 megapixel (3x2, 53 MP for each of the RGB color)
  • The system of image processing Crystal Engine Pro, designed to deliver the pictures' spreading "colors of objects, especially at the borders of their sharp edges and with the multiplication of the image
  • New high-speed optical image stabilization system Power OIS
  • Intelligent Auto Mode (iA), automatically determines the shooting conditions and selects the appropriate configuration records
  • Recording System 5.1-channel surround sound with five microphones
  • System noise wind
  • Automatic brightness control built-in 3-inch touchscreen LCD
  • Single-shot video with an interval of 1, 10, 30 seconds or 1, 2 minutes
  • High-speed photography (60 frames / sec) with a resolution of 2.1 MP (duration - up to 3 seconds)
  • Presence HDMI interface (HDMI-mini)
  • Playback footage from the SD card to a VIERA TV or Blu-Ray players
  • Ability to record video directly to external DVD burner drive with a single click
  • Availability of bundled software for editing video - HD Writer AE 2.1

All new Panasonic 3MOS HD camcorder will be available from March 2010. Recommended retail prices are set within 999 Euro for HDC-SD700 (SD707), 1199 Euro for the HDC-TM700 and 1399 euros for HDC-HS700.