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Panasonic HDC-SDT750, Full HD 3D Camcorder Reviews

Saturday, August 13, 2011

Panasonic HDC-SDT750, High Definition 3D Camcorder
Panasonic HDC-SDT750, High Definition 3D Camcorder
Brand : Panasonic Model : HDC-SDT750

Overall Rating 4.5/5:

  • World's first 3D Shooting Camcorder
  • Fulls HD 1080/60p Progressive Movie Recording
  • Advanced 3MOS System
  • Intelligent Auto
  • Hybrid OIS


Now it's your turn! Recording 3D images is now as easy as attaching the 3D conversion lens that comes with the worlds first consumer 3D camcorder, the HDC-SDT750. Powerful, true-to-life 3D images like those created by Panasonic 3D recording technologies for use in Hollywood movies can now be easily recorded and viewed at home. With the addition of our new 3D conversion lens to our 700 series highly touted 3MOS system you can shoot 3D video using the same principle as human vision. It is equipped with a wide range of sophisticated functions, including the 3MOS System, which features improved noise reduction (NR) technologies, 1080/60p recording, iA (Intelligent Auto) mode in the new HYBRID O.I.S. (Optical Image Stabilization), and a wealth of manual controls.  [...]

Panasonic HDC-SDT750 Reviews

It is a good start, into the 3D world pictures. Panasonic has always tried to be ahead in technology and the camera next time they put their talents to the test. While 3D movies have come for many years, Panasonic makes it possible that this technology reaches the public in general, good news for fans of 3D images! This is one of the first generation of 3D Camcorder, perhaps we should wait a while longer, for future generations and improve the 3D camera.

It is almost the same camera as the Panasonic TM700 except 1) has no internal RAM (32 GB, worth about $ 50), 2) which includes the 3D lens and firmware (recommended only for the price target is $500) , and image stabilization, probably a little better. The TM700 lists for $1,300 and sells for about $900. The SDT750 lists for $1400 and sold for $700 to $800. It seems that the 3D version is not sold very well (not too many people have a TV to display the 3D). So buy the SDT750 even if you do not need/want and have the equivalent of 3D TM700 with a considerable discount. The latest Panasonic cameras food does not include the 3D target, so I will try to sell mine for a couple of hundred dollars, reducing the actual cost.

Panasonic TM900, TM700 are low-light and Full HD 1080/60p and skills that are very rare at that time in the world of the camera. Then the camera after much research I came across a review SDT750 and discovers his almost exactly the same device as the TM700, the only difference is that a system of stabilizing a bit 'better and comes with AC adapter 3D. But there is also 16GB of internal memory, so you need to buy separately, but the difference in price between 700 and 750, the 750 is more for your money. I am 100% satisfied with this cam. For those who are trying to change to look a little wider in Adobe Premiere or Sony Vegas, because at this time are the only two suppliers that support 1080/60p format of this cam.

I think overall this is an excellent introduction by Panasonic in the world of 3D film making at the end of next year with this technology for TVs, Blu-ray developers, satellite TV broadcasts, films and videos will have more advanced stage and will be a lot of fun to enjoy all the excitement of being part of the world in 3D technology ... If you find something useful in my review to let others know by pressing the YES button below, feel free to post your comments in the comments section!