It doesn’t matter if you are making family videos, filming documentaries or developing feature films. Whatever the purpose, Panasonic has the right kind of camcorder you need.
Panasonic has launched the HDC-Z10000, claimed to be world first integrated twin-lens 2D/3D camcorder here on IFA 2011 Berlin. The camcorder provides phenomenal image quality and uncompromised audio as well.
The HDC-Z10000 “bridges the gap between the amateur and professional user in both quality and cost” says Panasonic.
Loaded with Panasonics unique Double 3MOS system for recording high quality full-HD and 3D images. What adds to the equation is also a two new, large-diameter F1.5 lenses and two high sensitivity 3MOS sensors. Thus helping it to record extremely lifelike FULL HD 3D images.
In addition to built-in microphones for recording Dolby Digital 5.1-channel surround sound/2-channel stereo, the HDC-Z10000 features two XLR audio inputs with a 48-V phantom power supply for external microphone use. Clear audio is recorded with minimal noise. Uncompressed Linear PCM (2-channel only) is also supported for recording original sounds with extremely high fidelity.
Memory specifications are impressive as well. The camcorder comes with 2 SD/SDHC/SDXC memory slots extendable up to 64Gb. This ensures you will not run out of memory while in action.
The HDC-Z10000 is easy to handle, light weighed, rests properly on your shoulders thus ensuring high quality motion and still pictures.