Panasonic launches 3D Camcorder HDC-Z10000

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.