- HDC-Z10000 NEW
Captures stunning low-light scenes.
Advanced 3MOS System
To maximize the beauty of Full-HD 1920 x 1080, 60 progressive recording, Panasonic further refined its globally acclaimed 3MOS System. The Advanced 3MOS System combines the 3MOS Sensor, Leica Dicomar Lens, and Crystal Engine PRO, and incorporates noise reduction technologies that are a step above those of our conventional noise reduction systems. The 3MOS Sensor, with its three-sensor configuration, provides a resolution of 7.59 million effective motion image pixels (2.53 million x 3). The 3MOS Sensor splits the light information captured by the lens into the three primary colors - red, green and blue - and processes each color with its own individual sensor. This reduces light loss compared to the 1MOS sensor, and renders colors, details and gradation all with intricate detail and natural beauty. The results are spectacular. Images shot in bright conditions are even more vibrant and detailed. And in dim lighting, you can capture clear, sharp images with minimal noise and vivid colors. See for yourself how Panasonic technology brings out the best in Full-HD image quality.
* Compared to previous Panasonic models.
High-density, ultra-smooth images.
1080/60p Recording (Full-HD 1920 x 1080, 60 Progressive Recording)*
The SDT750 uses the progressive method to record twice as much image data as the interlace method. Whereas interlacing requires two images to produce a complete picture, the progressive method records a single image as a complete picture. Plus, the 60 Progressive Recording of the SDT750 produces 60 images per second**. This extremely dense image information creates intricate detail and silky smooth motion. Even when subjects move quickly, afterimages are minimized to create more natural images. The progressive method is most effective when shooting designs where moire patterns tend to occur, or when capturing scenes during sports events where the subjects are intensely moving around. Also, the recorded images displayed clearly even when they are made into still images, so it is possible to preserve stunning photos when clipping them from videos.
Interlaced Scanning (1080/60i)
Only half of the image data is reproduced in each picture. Fabric patterns run together, and moiré patterns appears.
Progressive Scanning (1080/60p)*
Reproduces all of image data in a single picture. Patterns in fabric are crisp and clear with no color bleeding.
* 1080/50p (full-HD, 50 Progressive Recording) in PAL areas. **In NTSC areas. 50 images per second in PAL areas.
Beautiful zoom shots of distant subjects.
Intelligent 18x Zoom and HYBRID O.I.S.
The SDT750 features an Intelligent Zoom function that goes all the way up to 18x. When using Intelligent Zoom, Intelligent Resolution technology lets you shoot at high zoom rates while preserving the image resolution. You get sharp images of highly detailed objects -- without the blurry edges. Plus, the SDT750 is equipped with HYBRID O.I.S, an image stabilization system that corrects hand-shake blurring by combining the action of its hybrid optical and electrical image stabilization systems. Even when zooming, where hand-shake often occurs, both optical and electrical hand-shake correction make it possible to record beautiful images with approximately 2 times* the hand-shake suppressing effect as conventional models.
* Compared with the HDC-SD700, HDC-TM700, HDC-HS700.
Even more powerful hand-shake compensation.
O.I.S. Lock (Optical Image Stabilization)
The image-stabilizing effect is increased by pressing and holding the O.I.S. Lock indication on the LCD screen, which maximizes the blur detection sensitivity. This is great for when you want to zoom at a fixed angle, like for bird watching.
* Considerable blurring is generated by the shifting of the corrective lens when the camera is panned or tilted.
A bright, high-performance lens.
Leica Dicomar Lens
Panasonic HD camcorders use Leica Dicomar lenses, which are renowned for their ability to render sharp images and excellent shading. They also suppress ghosting, flare, and distortion at the image edges. Even in strong sunlight, these superb lenses maintain high contrast and resolution. A bright new F1.5-F2.8 lens with a 46mm filter diameter has been created for the SDT750. Efficient light collection allows the new lens to capture bright, clear images even in dim lighting or at high shutter speeds. This high-end lens brings out all the beauty of Full-HD images.
* Leica is a registered trademark of Leica Microsystem IR GmbH, and Dicomar is a registered trademark of Leica Camera AG.
Intricate details from Intelligent Resolution Technology.
Crystal Engine PRO
The new Crystal Engine PRO instantly processes the huge amount of data that goes into Full-HD images, and further enhances Full-HD quality. It produces smooth, high-resolution zoom shots even when the range exceeds the limit for optical zooming. Crystal Engine PRO clearly delineates even the tiniest details of your subject, with extremely natural beauty. New Noise Reduction (NR) Technology minimizes noise when recording in low lighting conditions, and Intelligent Resolution Technology ensures sharp and crisp pictures, resulting in bright and beautifully colored motion images.
Intelligent Resolution Technology
The Intelligent Resolution Technology incorporated in the new Crystal Engine PRO uses edge detection technology to confirm the edges of objects within the image, then emphasizes the edges for optimal clarity. For example, it brings crisp definition to patterns and the outlines of objects like flowers. Conversely, it reduces noise and enhances the natural smoothness of parts without edges, like the sky. The increased sharpness is especially effective for images with delicate details. This highly advanced technology maximizes the beauty of Full-HD images.
* Intelligent Resolution Technology works only for digital zoom shots.
Captures large groups, even when shooting from up close.
35mm Wide Angle Lens*
The 35mm wide-angle lens on the HDC-SDT750 fits more people and more of the background into the frame than a conventional 44.9mm lens. This is especially handy when you want to take a group photo in a small room.
* 35mm camera equivalent
Accessories for even more wide-angle shooting fun
Wide Conversion Lenses (Optional)
Wide conversion lenses, which further extend wide-angle shooting capability, have been added to the SDT750 as optional accessories. The VW-W4607H model allows 0.7x wide-angle shooting, and the VW-WE08H model enables 0.8x wide-angle shooting.
Capturing voices over a wide area for a more life-like sound.
5.1-Ch Surround Sound System & Zoom Mic
The SDT750 is equipped with five electret condenser microphones. The center mic helps capture the sound source and distance accurately, so you get a more 3-dimensional effect than you get with conventional systems, which capture all sounds from the front. You get a realistic sound space that's a perfect match with the true-to-life HD images.
* Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. "Dolby" and the double-D symbol are registered trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
Wind Noise Canceller
The technology of the previous Wind Cut function has evolved to form the Wind Noise Canceller. The new function automatically detects and suppresses only wind noise, to give you natural sounds with lifelike ambience. Also, unlike the previous Wind Cut function, which switched to monaural recording, the Wind Noise Canceller enables stereo recording. This maintains natural sounds when shooting outdoors.
You can adjust the level of low-frequency sound that is included in the audio track while shooting.
Film-like beauty: Captures more data to deliver richer images.
Digital Cinema Mode
Progressive 1080/24p (NTSC)*1 / 1080/25p (PAL)*2
Set the HD camcorder to Digital Cinema mode to shoot in the progressive 1080/24p (24 pictures per second) format for NTSC area, and in the progressive 1080/25p format for PAL area. Progressive scanning captures clear, vibrant images with intricate detail. You also get faithful images with an appealing film-like quality.
Images are rich and luxuriant, just like at the movies
Digital Cinema Color*3 with VIERA
Selecting the Digital Cinema Color mode makes it possible to shoot film-like images that are ideally suited to the Digital Cinema Color of VIERA plasma TVs. Colors recorded in this mode look richer than those recorded using the conventional Panasonic standard. For example, the subtle shades of red and gold in flowers, and the greens of leafy trees are remarkably true to life.
*1 The video captured as 24p using Digital Cinema Mode is converted and recorded as 60i.
*2 The video captured as 25p using Digital Cinema Mode is converted and recorded as 50i.
*3 When using a TV that is compatible with "x.v.Color", images that are recorded in Digital Cinema Color mode will have a wider color range than conventional images. The color range varies depending on the TV. x.v.Color is a registered trademark.
Stunning still images, even when enlarged.
Still Picture Recording at 14.2 Megapixels
Still Picture Recording mode lets you shoot with a maximum resolution of 14.2 megapixels*. You can also simultaneously record still images and video at 13.3 megapixels**.
* For images recorded with a 3:2 aspect ratio.
** For images recorded with a 16:9 aspect ratio.
Sets the optimal mode for each shooting situation.
Automatically selects the most suitable shutter speed and aperture for the shooting location and situation.
•Low Light (Motion image only)
•Spot Light •Snow •Beach •Sunset
•Fireworks •Scenery •Night Scenery
•Night Portrait (Still image only)
Gives your subjects smoother looking skin.
Soft Skin Mode
When this function detects skin tones, it softens the focus in that area. This has a skin beautifying effect, which makes wrinkles and lines appear less noticeable. When turned on, this function makes blemishes and moles look less conspicuous, while preserving resolution in areas of the picture outside of the skin.
Sharps focusing even up close.
You can shoot macro close-ups while maintaining a distance of 70cm from your subject. In addition, using the zoom at full magnification makes it much easier to capture extreme close-ups without your body or camera casting a shadow on the subject and while keeping the background in soft focus.