Panasonic Introduces 3CCD SD Camcorder
Panasonic today announced a first 3CCD SD camcorder. The lightweight, portable SDR-S100 records MPEG2 video onto SD Memory Cards, and features Leica Dicomar lens, 10X optical zoom and Optical Image Stabilization.
The SDR-S100 features high-performance image processing technology and a newly developed MPEG2 Engine designed to precisely detect and process fast movements.
The novelty records in the 16:9 aspect ratio and also features a wide, 2.8" LCD, making it easy to frame shots in the 16:9 format. Shots can also be framed for viewing on a conventional 4:3 TV as well.
The camcorder can also capture a 3.1-megapixel (2048x1512) still images and features MEGA O.I.S. for image stability.
The SDR-S100 includes a rechargeable battery pack and a 2GB SD Memory Card.
The Panasonic SDR-S100 SD camcorder is slated for introduction in October, with a targeted manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $1199.95.
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