Panasonic HDC-SDT750 Camcorder Sports 3D Conversion Lens; Pick Yours This October

July 28, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Panasonic is brining to the market its new camcorder that promises to let you switch between 3D and 2D recording modes. The new consumer-level 3D camcorder, named HDC-SDT750, comes with a path breaking 3D conversion lens that lets you do that and more. The switching can be made easily while full 1080p resolution limited to 2D recording would be maintained. Most likely to be in the market by October this year, the HDC-SDT750 would come with a retail price of $1400.

The Panasonic HDC-SDT750 camcorder’s 3D conversion lens is a core Leica Dicomar lens that promises 12x optical zoom. Images would be captured on to Panasonic’s 3MOS system that brings in a CMOS sensor in place of a 3CCD sensor.

Reports suggest that the conversion lens works in a way that while recording in 3D, it splits the right and left images and records each side-by-side in 960×1080 resolution. Panasonic has also thrown in a time-lapse recording mode, available in 3D or 2D recording modes, along with 5.1-channel audio recording.

You will also be able to play back recorded content in 3D too. The SD slot in the device can be made use of in this regard so as to put to use equipment combatable with such properties. We think we can’t wait till October to get a taste of this amazing device from the house of Panasonic. Tell us more if you know more on this us as we wait for the launch to happen.

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