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Panasonic is on the way to debut a consumer-friendly 3D camcorder in Japan, which can capture 3D movies with the use of a special 3D conversion lens. In terms of its main specs, the 3D lens fixes to the HDC-SDT750’s Leica 12× optical zoom lens and helps the camera to capture two 960 by 1,080-pixel images simultaneously, recording individual images for both of the eyes. Moreover, these videos are able to be shown on 3D HDTVs with compatible shutter glasses. Without the 3D lens, the HDC-SDT750 can record 1,920 by 1,080 HD video 60 frames per second for AVCHD as well as 50 and 60 frames a second for NTSC or PAL. The HDC-SDT750 can store recorded videos to SDHC/SDXC cards, consisting of an intelligent auto mode along with manual controls, 5.1-channel audio recording, a 3-inch flip-out touchscreen LCD display, as well as a new edition called Panasonic’s Hybrid IOS optical/electronic image stabilization system.

Auto Power LCD automatically balances the brightness of the screen depending on the shooting environment for convenient use in different lighting conditions

Users capture 2D footage, the lens can be detached and the camera works as a standard 2D camcorder

SDT750 is equipped with a large-diameter Leica Dicomar lens and Crystal Engine PRO, adding to effectiveness of the camcorder’s light, increased sensitivity, and less noise in shooting and dim lighting

Panasonic intends to put the HDC-SDT750 on sale in Japan on August 20with the launch in international markets this year

The Panasonic SDT750 includes a Time Lapse Recording feature which shows a scene like a sunset or a blooming flower at a speed alike a fast-forward

The Focus Microphone is featured by five highly-directional microphones and records sounds from sources in the zone before the camcorder

3D videos recorded on the Panasonic HDC-SDT750 can be displayed on 3D-capable televisions like Panasonic TC-P50VT25, TC-P54VT25, TC-P58VT25, TC-P65VT25 and the TC-P50VT20 models

HD Writer AE 2.6T allows easy uploading and sharing so that an amateur user can upload video clips on the web

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