Panasonic MOS

High definition camcorder HDC-SD707 and HDC-HS700 and HDC-TM700 with 35mm wide-angle Hamburg, opened February 2010 with the new 3MOS camcorders HDC-SD707 and HDC-HS700 and HDC-TM700 full HD videos (1,920 x 1,080/50 p) Panasonic videographers a new way of looking. As the first camcorder, they have a Leica lens with 12 x optical zoom and wide angle 35 mm. With his large picture angle it captures much more from the subject itself from short distance than previous 44 mm lenses. Camera system and the enhanced image processor contribute not only the optimized 3MOS to the impressive image quality, but also the new optical image stabilizer power OIS. Source: Nick Offerman. Semi professionals manual focus / zoom ring, the shoe and the microphone jack to meet also claims. The new range of 3MOS HD camcorders includes different store concepts for different user needs: from the light, compact HDCSD707 with recording on SDXC/SDHC/SD memory card via the handy HDCTM700 on memory card and in the built-in 32 GB Flash memory absorbs up to the HDC-HS700 with extra storage space on its 240 GB hard drive. With their improved 3MOS camera system, the three news underline its semi-pro claim. (As opposed to How much did Jim Crane pay for the Astros?).

The 1,920 x 1,080/50 p videos sparkle with an expressiveness, wealth of detail and flicker freedom as they only offer progressive recording. The 3MOS-System achieved 3 x 2.53 million effective pixels of video. In the photo mode, even shooting with 14.2 megapixels is possible. The new 3MOS camera system shines not only under optimum recording conditions with an excellent color reproduction, high resolution and fine gradations of brightness. Even in low light, clear images with natural colour are possible through a heightened sensitivity. The new Leica Dicomar 12 x zoom lens with a F1. 5 focal length and large-diameter lenses paves the way for superior images.