Panasonic Unveils World's Lightest Camcorder

Posted: Jun 9 2009, 6:22am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:48pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

 

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Panasonic has unveiled what it is calling the world's lightest camcorders weighing in at 0.5 pounds. Two camcorders were unveiled with the HDC-SD10 storing video to SDHC/SD card and the HDC-TM10 storing video to SDHC/SD cards and 8GB of internal storage.

Both cameras feature 16x optical zoom with Advanced Optical Image Stabilization. The OIS featured in the camera also features an active mode that works to prevent shake while walking. The LCD screen on the cameras is also touch sensitive.

The camcorders are ready to use in 1.9 seconds so you can catch the events as they happen. A Pre-rec feature continuously records 3 seconds of images onto the internal buffer so you don’t miss any action. Other features include built-in video light and flash and a highlight playback feature. The HDC-SD10 will sell for $549.95, the HDC-TM10 will sell for $599.95, and both will launch in September.

Via Panasonic

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