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Panasonic HDC-SDT750, High Definition 3D Camcorder

Panasonic HDC-SDT750, High Definition 3D Camcorder
Panasonic HDC-SDT750, High Definition 3D Camcorder

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Panasonic HDC-SDT750, High Definition 3D Camcorder

Panasonic HDC-SDT750, High Definition 3D Camcorder

Now it’s your turn! Recording 3D images is now as easy as attaching the 3D conversion lens that comes with the worlds first* consumer 3D camcorder, the HDC-SDT750. Powerful, true-to-life 3D images like those created by Panasonic 3D recording technologies for use in Hollywood movies can now be easily recorded and viewed at home.** With the addition of our new 3D conversion lens to our 700 series highly touted 3MOS system you can shoot 3D video using the same principle as human vision. Left-and right-eye images are simultaneously shot with two lenses. The SDT750 creates 3D images by artificially reproducing visual disparity. *As a consumer camcorder with 3D conversion lens for the AVCHD standard (as of July 1, 2010). **A TV that is capable of side-by-side method 3D playback, 3D Eyewear, and HDMI cable connection are required to play the recorded 3D images. Even without the 3D conversion lens attached, there are countless ways to enjoy the SDT750. This innovative camcorder takes an evolut

  • World’s first 3D Shooting Camcorder
  • Fulls HD 1080/60p Progressive Movie Recording
  • Advanced 3MOS System
  • Intelligent Auto
  • Hybrid OIS

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  1. 248 of 275 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    No HD-1080P with 3-D but best 3-D camcorder 6/7/11, November 5, 2010
    James P. Ltaestro “Pat Maestro” (Yuma, Arizona) –

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    This review is from: Panasonic HDC-SDT750, High Definition 3D Camcorder (Electronics)

    I bought this Panasonic 3-D camcorder based on the fabulous features it shows in the description.
    Zoom 12X with 18X capability and High Definition full 1080P.
    It has many features usually found on Professional models but when you connect the supplied 3-D attachment the buck stops here, or should I say the value.
    When shooting 3-D you do not have HD-1080P. In fact, your shooting in 3:2 instead of 16:9 which means the High Definition quality is gone and you have a black border surrounding the screen.
    There’s no Zoom.
    The Fuji W3 may only be 720P but at least if has a 5X optical zoom and plays in 16:9 format.
    The Fuji W1 and W3 both shoot 16:9 3-D still photos.
    Even the cheaply made Aiptek 3-D camera takes photos and Video in 16:9 format and it’s only $200.00 but the quality is really bad.
    As for the Panasonic. it does not shoot still photos at all in any format with the 3-D attachment.
    I am lost for words on how Amazon and especially PANASONIC avoids any mention of these facts.

    They certainly lead the consumer to believe the fabulous features of the camcorder are available while shooting both 2-D and 3-D.
    Also, Panasonic should not claim that the consumer will be able to shoot 3-D video just like Hollywood with this statement:
    This is false because the depth of the 3-D does not come even close to reality of a really devoted 3-D camera such as their professional model or the old Toshiba.
    Panasonic makes a great professional 3-D camcorder priced at $21,000.00 and they could make a consumer model for much less by merely making a 3-D camcorder specifically designed for 3-D only.
    My old Toshiba 3-D camcorder works great because it’s devoted to shooting only 3-D and the lenses are farther apart so it has the proper depth of field.
    It’s too bad Toshiba was ahead of it’s time with limited resolution of standard VHS tape.
    I will say when shooting close ups the Panasonic does a great job with 3-D but beyond 20 to 30 feet the 3-D is more like 2-D.
    One other positive feature is that after you put your 3-D video on a disc it will play directly on your 3-D TV just like a Bluray 3-D movie, but only in 1080i 3:2.
    When will Sony come out with a real consumer 3-D camcorder like Toshiba did 20 years ago?
    What are you waiting for SONY.
    UPDATE 11/25/10
    If you own any laptop or computer with NVIDIA 3-D you will not want this Panasonic 3-D camcorder because it is not compatible with NVIDIA 3-D.
    The best 3-D camera you want is the AIPTEK 3-D camera priced on Amazon at only $189.00.
    It’s a cheaply made camera and the quality is not as good as Panasonic but Aiptek includes NVIDIA 3-D in their softwear. (PLease read my review on the Aiptek 3-D camera)
    It’s really an insult for Panasonic to allow this cheaply made Aiptek from China to be ahead of one of the biggest consumer electronic company in Japan and the world.
    Please read my important update below dated 9/4/11


    I finally got the new Sony HDR-TD10 3-D camcorder I’ve been waiting for so long (Priced at $1,498.00) and what a disapointment.
    It will not allow 3-D copying to disc like this Panasonic.
    The Sony direct DVD copier does not recognize the SD memory card from Sony’s new 3-D camcorder but the Sony direct DVD copier does recognize and copy the SD card from this Panasonic camcorder and makes an instant 3-D AVCHD copy ready for immediate viewing on any 3-D TV with a Bluray 3-D player, just like a Bluray 3-D movie. Sony does not allow any copying in 3-D, you cannot view 3-D in a computer designed for 3-D viewing such as the Toshiba laptop with Nvidia 3-D or any of the Acer 3-D laptops.
    In fact, the only way you can watch 3-D with the new Sony is to watch your 3-D video directly from the camcorder with the HDMI connection.
    You can transfer your 3-D video to an external hard drive but then must return the 3-D video to the camcorder in order to watch it in 3-D.
    Sony praises the fact that when you shoot 3-D video you’re able to watch what you shoot later in HD 2-D and so when you do transfer your 3-D videos to a computer you can watch it in 2-D. BIG Deal!
    If I want a High difinition 2-D camcorder I can get one for a lot less then $1,498.00, even a model made by Sony.
    Sony does have nice 3-D quality with a little more depth but I’m sending mine back for a refund because of the lack of other features.
    I hate to say it 3-D enthusisits but I now appreciate this Panasonic more then ever because it is the only 3-D camcorder which allows your 3-D videos to be copied and viewed on a Bluray 3-D player.
    Perhaps Panasonic’s claim that it’s just like Hollywood 3-D movies isn’t…

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  2. 68 of 82 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Stuff you might not want to know – too nerdy, October 19, 2010
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    This review is from: Panasonic HDC-SDT750, High Definition 3D Camcorder (Electronics)

    Basics: The camera is a SMALL (good or bad depending on your needs) unit that takes very nice HD video and has some cute & trendy features such as face recognition etc.
    It records to an SD card. It has HDMI output. It works. It takes nice stills. Not bad.

    But the main reason to own this camera is that when you attach the front lens unit it engages the camera both structurally AND functionally. Functionally it shuts down EVERYTHING that isn’t straight forward 3D. So don’t worry about how to use facial recognition in 3D, you can’t. But that’s OK. Or is it?

    I happen to know a whole bunch about 3D and especially 3D video as I have been doing it for over 20 years. That’s right, and it matters. I’ll explain as I go.

    This camera is both a breath of fresh air and a cold shower.

    To do real 3D you need two cameras – each one assigned to one eye – a right and a left – properties of living human beings. The mechanism is thus subserviant to how human beings observe and react and perceive.

    So to understand the problems imagine your subject – a nice red car – parked dead center on a very large lazy susan that extends many yards beyond the subject. On the far side of the lazy susan we have a microphone stand. near us on the near side of the lazy susan is a vertical coat rack. Both of these non car objects are there just to enhance the 3D experience.

    What do we see? If we are looking at the car (the director’s intention), then if we are really there where the camera would be, we see the car. Duh. But we don’t really see the other two objects so well, they are blurry as they are out of OUR eyes focal lengths for looking at the car. Hollywood movie makers do this with normal movie making to bring the eye naturally to the point of the DIRECTOR’S interest.

    Key concept : SHARED INTEREST You must share the interest of the director. Out of focus works well. That’s how we see anyway. .. until we decide to check out the other stuff.

    While looking at the car – if we close one eye then swap to the other eye, the car does NOT move. Both images are nearly as one, just subtly altered by the angle, but not displacing as you blink R L R L…

    The two objects jump right and left or left and right, what’s far goes one way, what’s near goes the other. THINGS NOT IN SHARED INTEREST JUMP SIDEWAYS, one way for far the other way for near. It is as if you turn that lazy susan a bit one way then back the other way. What is at center does not move much but the far & near objects go in opposite directions as you oscillate the platform.

    Now, as seen in 3D video, if somebody does something really bizzarre with that far microphone and you want to check it out – in life your eyes NOW converge on that far location and the car becomes a jumpy object. But if the director’s interest remains on the car – then your desire to check out that far thing has your eyeballs going nuts. YOUR point of interest won’t stop jumping left and right as if you can’t converge. You are relying on the convergence of the video system which is not attuned to your new curiosity.

    Guess what? This camera does NOT converge. Cold shower time. But the breath of fresh air: to converge really I had to use two cameras that were mounted to control them to converge and which put out a dual video monitoring stream – one each with a video marker at dead center and mixed with a video mixer to overlay the two views and keep the two cursors superimposed on the intended object of interest. Both f-stops had to adjust depth of field in unison. Do you know how much junk you need to do that? How heavy all that stuff is?

    So they compromised – they even tell you this as a big HINT as to how to get nice 3D (withn this unit). Have your subject at 4 to 5 feet away. PERIOD. The camera has an amazingly sharp super depth of field which can make you really sick if you are shooting one thing and somebody far away is doing something distracting. There is no getting near and far out of focus. Everything is in focus. That can make you sick as your eye will wander through all the tid bits but only that fixed spot 4 feet away does not jiggle. The facial recognition, which COULD HAVE been used to focus and converge is not used at all. The lenses are what they are. One fixed point of interest. If you want to be interesting then you have to be at that point of convergence.

    So after the birthday party at the gymnasium with kids having a ball on parallel bars, jumping into the pit, skinning the cat, walking the bar .. all in 3D.. how did the begoggled grandparents react that night?

    WHOA! THAT’S GREAT! It was a hit. No doubt about it.

    Panasonic made compromises, but they enabled the process, with constraints, at a price real people can afford. I can’t imagine what the pro 3D camera will cost (which handles all the stuff above). Just don’t tell me.

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  3. 40 of 49 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Crippled 3D Cam, October 19, 2010
    Aly Rashed Moustafa Rashed “armr58″ (CAIRO, MAADI Egypt) –

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    This review is from: Panasonic HDC-SDT750, High Definition 3D Camcorder (Electronics)

    After attaching the 3D lens you lose the function to zoom, take photos. The video quality is not good in 3D.
    I bought this Cam only for it’s 3D capability, and i am very disappointed.
    But I have to mention that as a 2D Cam you have every thing a super quality and features.

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