Conclusion: With a gigantic hard drive, full manual controls and the ability to shoot in 3D (should you ever need it) the HS900 isn’t a bad purchase, but the similar, flash-sporting TM900 is probably the better investment at a few hundred pounds less. Both are virtually identical, with reduced storage the only penance.
Pros: Decent image quality; large LCD; huge storage
Excerpt: The world of 3D is infecting our cinemas, televisions and digital cameras as well as our camcorders , with the appearance of Panasonic’s latest range. In truth the ability to shoot 3D images (not using a dual lens approach as seen on other devices, but rather a mirrored attachment) is nothing new in the moving image department, but the HS900 may have found a convenient way of producing the effect. See also Group test: what's the best digital camcorder?