Panasonic has finally come over all official with its new 3D camcorder, the HDC-SDT750. Utilising a 3D conversion lens which sits pretty up front, it also crams in some pretty tasty specs for regular 2D shooting too.
Check out the Panasonic HDC-SDT750 review pictures here.
The three dimensional stuff is the exciting part, though. The dual lens system records right eye and left eye images at the same time in 960 x 1080. Ok, that’s not quite Full HD, but these are early days and the results are bound to look special on your 3DTV.
The camcorder itself packs in a 3MOS system, along with a Leica Dicomar lens and 12x optical zoom for getting up close and personal in 3D. There’s a 3-inch touchscreen LCD slapped on the side, although this will only let you peep footage in 2D.
The SDT750 isn’t due to land until October. With US pricing set at $1,399 (£897), it’s yet to be slapped with a UK price tag. Expect it to hammer your bank balance for at least a grand though.
While you wait, be sure to read our first look review of the Panasonic HDC-SDS750 and find out what we made of its three dimensional skills. For more on 3D and all the latest gadget news, stay tuned to our Facebook and Twitter pages.