Panasonic HDC-SDT750: 3D camcorder leaked

New cammie slips out early

Rumoured 3D camcorder is real, with specs and press shots unleashed.

Panasonic’s 3D camcorder aimed at regular gadget fans was first mooted last week. And now all the details have slipped out well ahead of schedule. Dubbed the Panasonic HDC-SDT750, word is this is a standard top-end HD shooter with a dedicated 3D lens up front.

Aside from this juicy morsel, other info dug up from Panasonic’s official site suggests the new 3D camcorder will shoot in 1080p at 60fps and in AVCHD format. It’ll also pack Hybrid O.I.S. stabilisation.

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The pics certainly make it look a lot more compact than the pro version that was first shown to the world back at CES in January. There’s no news on price yet though, so make sure you’ve got plenty of wiggle room on your credit card.

Panasonic is likely to be livid as this is the second major leak it’s suffered in as many weeks. Its new Lumix range was outed early just seven days ago. For all the official word on Panasonic’s new 3D camcorder, stay tuned to our Twitter and Facebook pages.

Via Engadget