Panasonic Announces Pricing on Handheld 3D Camcorder
December 30, 2011
SECAUCUS, N.J.: Panasonic recently announced pricing and
availability for its latest professional 3D camcorder, the HDC-Z10000, delivering
in December at a suggested list price of $3500.
The Z1000 achieves the industry’s nearest close-up of approximately
17.7 inches (45cm) for a twin-lens 3D camcorder, while maintaining an equivalent
32mm wide angle of view. It records close-up images that would be conventionally
difficult to capture in crisp detail.\
The Z10000 is Panasonic’s first integrated twin-lens 2D/3D camcorder
that is fully compatible with the AVCHD 3D/Progressive standard. Based on the AVCHD
format, this new standard has been upgraded to AVCHD 3D, which uses Multiview Video
Coding to record and play 3D images via the Frame Sequential Method (each frame
is full resolution). AVCHD 3D/Progressive is the latest format in the 3D domain
and assures frame-by-frame results.
Its imaging system combines two large-diameter F1.5 lenses featuring
a special Nano Surface Coating; two independent, high-sensitivity 3MOS sensors and
a newly developed Crystal Engine Pro II for high-speed processing and noise reduction.