Conclusion: The Panasonic HDC-SD90 is a brilliant little camera - packing in many of the features of its considerably pricier sibling, the HDC-SD90 is a great all round performer at a price that won’t break the bank.
Pros: Though traditionally styled the HDC-SD90 is one of the slimmest camcorders around. It feels great it your hand and doesn’t give you arm ache in any way. The 40x optical zoom is monumental, allowing you to get really close to your subject. Twinned with excellent image stabilization recording feels professional and smooth. AVCHD format meant that recordings were easy to get onto a computer and we were editing in no time at all. We liked the option to add in a 3D lens an...
Cons: One of the only negatives that we could find on the Panasonic HDC-SD90 was when the camcorder was in camera mode. The capture image button is very stiff and pressing can often knock your image off so that it becomes blurry or skewed.
Excerpt: We've seen a few 3D-capable camcorders making their debuts recently, including JVC's GS-TD1 and GZ-HM960 and Panasonic's HDC-SDT750 . The HDC-SD90 is Panasonic's entry-level 3D-flavoured compact camcorder, although you'll need to kit yourself out with the optional VW-CLT1 lens as well if you want to shoot in three dimensions.
Panasonic HDC-SD90, videocámara compatible con lentes 3D
15 July 2011
Excerpt: La gama de entrada de Panasonic está representada por este modelo que ofrece todo lo necesario para el usuario al que va dirigido: los que desean acceder a la alta definición sin un gran desembolso
Pros: Es capaz de grabar de forma muy digna en Full HD y 50 fps en modo progresivo