Panasonic HDC-Z10000 - 3D

The Panasonic HDC-Z10000 Twin-Lens 2D/3D Camcorder has dual lenses and twin Full HD 3MOS imagers, and as such it joins a burgeoning class of affordable, single-body 3D-capable handheld camcorders. But it introduces to this category those three-chip imagers and also true convergence adjustment, which alters the angular orientation of the two 10x zoom lenses. This control facilitates fine control over the location of the "image plane" ��� the plane from which objects seem to either jump or recede as you're watching them on the big screen, or on the Z10000 camcorder's glasses-free 3.2" LCD monitor. Convergence can be set to adjust automatically, or you can turn a manual dial to make the lenses' sights diverge or move toward parallel. The lenses shoot fairly wide at a 35mm equivalent of 32mm when in 3D mode, which gives more options for placing foreground/background elements in a 3D scene or for shooting indoors. For close-ups, the minimum object distance is also quite impressive for a 3D camera at about 18" in 3D. The camcorder also puts manual control over focus, zoom, and iris at the operator's fingertips in the form of three rings at the base of the dual lenses. Alternatively, you can operate the camera under iA ("intelligent auto") mode and let the Z10000 choose the optimal shooting mode, turning on face detection, contrast control, and optical image stabilization as needed. The HDC-Z10000 records to two SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card slots either sequentially or simultaneously. In 2D mode, the camera captures several flavors of high-definition AVCHD format video, including AVCHD Progressive at 1080p50. Three-dimensional video is recorded as AVCHD 3D, which uses MVC (multiview video coding) compression. (This format has already started to find compatibility with popular nonlinear editing software programs.) With dual XLRs inputs and a five-element built-in microphone, the Z10000 facilitates high-quality capture of two-channel audio or 5.1 surround sound. Professional-Quality Full HD 2D and Full HD 3D Images The Double 3MOS System reflects the sum of a number of unique technologies that Panasonic has accumulated. This advanced imaging system combines two large-diameter f/1.5 lenses featuring a special Nano Surface Coating technology, with two independent, high-sensitivity 3MOS sensors (left and right) for superb color and detail reproduction, and the newly developed Crystal Engine Pro II for high-speed processing. The result: an entirely new dimension in lifelike imaging Please Note: Each sensor offers 6.21 megapixels (effective) when shooting in 3D High-Sensitivity 3MOS Sensor The HDC-Z10000 employs two independent, high-sensitivity 3MOS sensors, left and right, each with a three-sensor configuration. This provides a resolution of 6.57 million effective motion image pixels (2.19 million x 3). With their excellent color reproduction and strong low-light shooting capability, these 3MOS sensors maximize the quality of Full HD 3D and Full HD progressive images Crystal Engine Pro II Chip for Enhanced Resolution and Noise Reduction The ultra-high-speed Crystal Engine Pro II processes the 4K2K-equivalent pixels that are obtained, and with pixel shift technology, superb Full-HD image quality is achieved even in detailed images. The improved processing capability also provides dramatic noise-reduction effects, to achieve clear, high-quality 2D and 3D images Bright, High-Performance f/1.5 Lens with Nano Surface Coating New large-diameter f/1.5 lenses are mounted independently, left and right. A Nano Surface Coating is applied to the front lens surface. These advanced lens systems suppress ghosts and flaring when shooting moving pictures, and let you record bright images with very little noise even in dark places. The Nano Surface Coating boasts an extremely low reflectance ratio compared with the conventional multi coating, to minimize ghosts. By forming a nano-level, microstructure film with an ultra-low refractive index on the lens surface, the reflection of incident light is greatly reduced over the entire visual light range. This Panasonic black-box technology boosts the optical performance of the HDC-Z10000 to deliver images with stunning clarity AVCHD Progressive-Compliant 1080p50 Recording 1080p50 recording (1920 x 1080, 50 progressive frames per second) conveys about twice the information of 1080i (interlace) recording. Fast-moving subjects, such as in sports scenes, are recorded smoothly. The progressive recording of the HDC-Z10000 fully complies with the new AVCHD Progressive standard Dual XLR Terminals In addition to the electret condenser microphones that are built into the HDC-Z10000, XLR audio input terminals allow 2-channel input with 48V phantom power supply for external microphones. This facilitates the use of the many high-performance microphones with XLR terminal connections that are available for professional equipment Linear PCM Recording The HDC-Z
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