Panasonic launches 3 HD camcorders
Dubai, May 17, 2010
Panasonic has launched three new full-HD camcorders with touch screen LCD for the UAE market.
These new camcorders, HS60, TM60, and SD60 all feature 35.7 mm wide-angle lens with 25x optical zoom, and 1920x1080 resolution, which is the highest in the camcorder market, a statement said.
The camcorders are capable of achieving 1.3 times higher resolution than conventional camcorders, and the intelligent resolution technology ensures all three models record 5-mega pixel images, said a Panasonic expert.
“The new camcorders are packed with features that allow the customer to take high quality videos and photos with ease,” said Hitesh Ojha, senior manager, Panasonic Marketing, Middle East.
“Stylish, compact and easy to use, we recommend these cameras for anyone who wants to enjoy HD image quality. A one touch intelligent auto button allows users to take stunningly beautifully shots, without having to worry about complicated settings,” added Ojha.
The hybrid HS60 records onto its 120 GB internal hard drive, where as the TM60 features an internal 16-GB hard drive and SD card slot to boost memory capacity. The SD60 records directly to an SD card. Panasonic have SD cards with capacity up to 64GB.
All HD models employ intelligent resolution technology and are equipped with Crystal Engine Pro, which helps to record extremely clear, crisp motion images that exceed even full-HD 1920 x 1080-pixel images in quality.
All models feature a touch-screen that allows icons displayed on the LCD to be operated with fingertips.
The new camcorders are compatible with Panasonic's Viera link, which means connecting one to a Viera TV via an HDMI mini cable, and operate the camcorder using the TV remote control and following on-screen prompts.
The Viera image viewer function lets the user view recorded images on the large screen of a Panasonic Viera TV by inserting the SD memory card into the card slot on the TV. – TradeArabia News Service
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