I talked a bit about the Panasonic 3D camcorder called the SDT750 way back in July when the camcorder was leaked. That camcorder has now gone official with all the specs on the Panasonic website.
The company still hails the camera as the world's first 3D image recording camcorder with the caveat that it's only the first consumer camcorder with a 3D conversion lens for AVCHD standard. The camera weighs 0.83 lb and measures in at 2.59" x 2.71" x 5.43" and records video to SD/SDHC/SDXC memory cards. The image sensor in the camera has 9.15megapixels.
Optical zoom is 12x with 700x digital zoom. It can record in low light with full color capability at 1 lux and is offers auto and manual focus modes. Hybrid image stabilization is built-in and the camera has HDMI output and USB connectivity. Video resolution is 1920 x 1080 and the camera records 5.1-channel surround sound thanks to five mics built-in.
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