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Panasonic was awarded two prestigious TV Innovation Awards in the categories of '3D Television' and 'TV Performance' for its VT25 Series FULL HD 3D Plasma TV.
Panasonic's 3D VIERA VT20 receives the 'Best TV' award in the 'Reader's Choice' and 'Editor's Choice' categories at the 2010 Gizmodo Gadget Awards.
Panasonic TX-P50VT20 received 3D Plasma TV of the Year 2010/2011 (Website translated from Dutch to English by Google Translate)
You can now receive the AVATAR Blu-ray 3D™ disc with purchase of qualifying Panasonic FULL HD 3D products.
* The promotional campaign may vary depending on your country or region.
Panasonic 3D camcorder, 3D-capable system camera, and interchangeable 3D camera lens will be commended at the awards ceremony held at CES, Jan 6-9.
Panasonic will release the second generation of LUMIX GF1 digital interchangeable lens camera, which is 3D-capable.
* For 3D shooting, an optional 3D interchangeable lens is required.
Four companies, including Panasonic, will be honored with the Technology & Engineering Emmy at the 2011 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES).
Allowing people to experience Panasonic's highly praised 3D technology
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Leading 3D World display at the Panasonic booth. Video report available.
*For a digital interchangeable lens (as of September 21, 2010). The separately sold 3D interchangeable lens is required for 3D.
Panasonic held "Panasonic Dimensions" in Mumbai, the heart of the Bollywood film industry, to promote the FULL HD 3D technologies and products.
Panasonic is proud to support US Open Tennis. (Aug 30-Sep 12, 2010) Matches will be shot with our 3D camcorder and made available nationwide via DirecTV's exclusive dedicated 3D entertainment channel, "n|3D Powered by Panasonic"
*As an integrated twin-lens 3D camera recorder capable of recording full-HD video to its memory card. As of April 2010 (based on our investigations).
* As a consumer camcorder with 3D conversion lens for the AVCHD standard (as of July 27, 2010).