Jan 26 2011, 8:49am CST | by Shane McGlaun
Along with the rugged camera, I mentioned yesterday, Panasonic has also unveiled a new digital camera called the DMC-ZS10. The new camera has a 24mm wide-angle lens and 16x optical zoom. It can also shoot 3D photos by taking 20 shots and overlapping two for 3D effects that can be viewed on Panasonic 3D TVs.
The camera has a 14.1MP image sensor and uses the Panasonic Venus Engine FHD. The camera can also record 1080p HD resolution video. Still photo bursts can be shot at 10fps in full resolution and at 5 fps with continuous AF.
If you want faster bursts, you can turn the resolution down to 3.5MP and get 60fps shots. The camera has all sorts of automatic features, optical image stabilization, and a lot more. The camera will ship in March and price details will be offered closer to the ship date.
Source: The Edge Singapore
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