=>> Panasonic HDC-Z10000 Twin-Lens 2D/3D Camcorder

Panasonic HDC-Z10000 Twin-Lens 2D/3D Camcorder


Panasonic HDC-Z10000 Twin-Lens 2D/3D Camcorder

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About Panasonic HDC-Z10000 Twin-Lens 2D/3D Camcorder:

The Panasonic HDC-Z10000 Twin-Lens 2D/3D Camcorder has dual lenses and twin Full HD 3MOS imagers and as such it joins a burgeoning class of affordable, single-body 3D-capable handheld camcorders. But it introduces to this category those three-chip imagers and also true convergence adjustment, which alters the angular orientation of the two 10x zoom lenses. This control facilitates fine control over the location of the “image plane” – the plane from which objects seem to either jump or recede as you’re watching them on the big screen, or on the Z10000 camcorder’s glasses-free 3.2″ LCD monitor.C

Features Panasonic HDC-Z10000 Twin-Lens 2D/3D Camcorder:

  • Professional-Quality Full HD 2D and Full HD 3D Images: The Double 3MOS System reflects the sum of a number of unique technologies that Panasonic has accumulated
  • High-Sensitivity 3MOS Sensor: The HDC-Z10000 employs two independent, high-sensitivity 3MOS sensors, left and right, each with a three-sensor configuration
  • Crystal Engine Pro II Chip for Enhanced Resolution and Noise Reduction: The ultra-high-speed Crystal Engine Pro II processes the 4K2K-equivalent pixels that are obtained and with pixel shift technology, superb Full-HD image quality is achieved even in detailed images
  • Bright, High-Performance f/1.5 Lens with Nano Surface Coating: New large-diameter f/1.5 lenses are mounted independently, left and right. A Nano Surface Coating is applied to the front lens surface
  • AVCHD Progressive-Compliant 1080p60 Recording: 1080p60 recording (1920 x 1080, 60 progressive frames per second) conveys about twice the information of 1080i (interlace) recording. Fast-moving subjects, such as in sports scenes, are recorded smoothly
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