The consumer-level of 3D camcorder which introduced by Panasonic back in CES 2010 has been leaked out to the public although the launching date is on July 28th in Japan. Someone has successfully snapped the picture from the leak webpage and uploaded to grab.by where the image was revealing the new Panasonic 3D camcorders that should be called as the “HDC-SDT750”.
You can’t visit the page right now. It seems the link has gone into the oblivion, but luckily, guys at Clipset has recorded the details as follow:
- sensor 3MOS 7,590,000 pixels (2,530,000 pixels x 3).
- HYBRID O.I.S. (Optical Image Stabilizer)
- Advanced 3MOS System
- Crystal Engine PRO
- Leica Dicomar Lens
- O.I.S. Lock
- iA (Intelligent Auto) with Face Recognition
- Manual Ring
- 5.1-Channel Surround Sound System
- 1.0-sec Quick Power-On
- Touch-Screen Operation
- Time Lapse Recording
- 50 Frames/sec High Speed Burst Shooting
- SDXC card compatibility
Panasonic 3D Camcorder is actually an existing high-end 3MOS model (we’d guess the HDC-HS700) with a “3D conversion lens” attached – according to Engadget. The look is pretty big headed, as if there is a monster size lens stick at the end like the camera with telescope lens.
However, this should be the first 3D enabled compact camcorder ever made for the consumer-level users.