Panasonic releases VDR-M70K video camera with a DVD writer
Panasonic (Matsushita Electric Industrial) again released an interesting product. This usual looking video camera has a rather unusual feature capability of writing the recorded data onto DVD-RAM/R (80mm).
VDR-M70K was developed by Panasonic together with Hitachi (DZ-MV580), so these models look alike. VDR-M70K is expected in Japanese retail on April 10 for a still unknown price. Our news source believes it to be aroung ¥120000 ($1090).
- 1/3.8" CCD, 1.02 million pixels; about 460,000 pixels effective at recording, ~ 960,000 pixels effective at shooting still images
- Supports 16:9
- 10x optical lens, F/1.8-2.4 aperture
- Supports 80mm DVD-RAM, DVD-VR, DVD-R media
- 2.5" LCD, 110,000 pixels
- USB 2.0
- Li-Ion, 1360mAh battery
- Up to 2 hours 10 minutes of operation
- 64x146x89 size
- 585 g weight
Source: PC Watch
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