Panasonic Camcorder Designed For Low Light Conditions

  • 2D to 3D conversion
  • No blurring
  • Five-axis correcting

Panasonic’s HC-X900M camcorder is powered by company’s 3MOS System Pro next-generation imaging system, with the core components – lens, sensor and engine – re-engineered.

This newly developed system with three enhanced MOS sensors produces 1920 x 1080/50p Full HD video with good colour, detail and gradation, says Panasonic.  It ensures bright recordings with minimum noise even under dim lighting.

The Hybrid O.I.S. + (Optical Image Stabilisation) allows users to capture crisp, clear images without blurring, in nearly every shooting situation.  The system employs five-axis correction to help suppress blurring in both wide-angle shots and powerful zoom shots – allowing for steady images across the entire zoom range and achieving superb results even when shooting on the move.

The user has greater creative scope with a manual ring for fingertip-control of commonly used settings.

For those looking to explore the third dimension in video, the HC-X900M can also shoot Full HD 3D with the new optional 3D conversion lens. This lens is smaller than its predecessor and is said to have an increased brightness to F2.4 as well as 1.5x digital zooming. The camcorder also offers 2D to 3D conversion and the ability to view 3D via the LCD screen as you shoot.

HC-X900M $1799               
VW-CLT2 optional 3D lens $399