Thursday, December 30, 2010

Panasonic HDC-SDT750

This is possibly the first high-def 3-D camcorder
A hybrid camcorder that records two images with one sensor, the SDT750 makes 3-D practical. The 2-D camera comes with a dual-lens accessory that separates what the left and right eye see before the image sensor merges them as one file. The resulting video is the same format as 3-D cable broadcasts, which combine the left and right images side by side in one frame.

The lens separation seems a little small, for most people eyes are 2.5" apart, and some of the profession camera seem to use that too.  If anyone has used this please comment, also please upload a youtube clip and send me a link to it.

Product Highlights

  • - 1920 x 1080/60p HD
  • - 3D Video Recording
  • - SD/SDHC/SDXC Flash Memory
  • - 3 x 1/4.1" 3.05MP CMOS Sensor
  • - 3" Touch Screen LCD
  • - Leica Dicomar Built-In Lens
  • - VW-CLT1 3D Conversion Lens
  • - 18x Intelligent Zoom
  • - Hybrid Optical Image Stabilization
  • - Digital Still Capture

 Available from B&H for $1,174.89

See also:
Panasonic VW-CLT1 3D Converter Lens for SDT750
3D Camera Test Panasonic TM750 + VW-CLT1

1 comment:

Claire Calo said...

I have reading a lot of reviews about the HDC STD750 And in general the professionals seem to have a lot of comments, about quality lights and the 3d, but the average man seems to be hooked and totally thinks that the results are AWESOME, AND THIS IS FOR US HOME BUDDIES SO ENJOY.