Summary: The Panasonic HDC-SDT750 camcorder is a medium-high level with the ability to record 3D movies that can then have played on televisions equipped with technology these ores. Specifications are definitely cutting edge and first level, because one of the main features is a stabilizer hybrid (optical /...
Pros: HDMI interface; 3MOS sensor system; quality Add more objective; 3D Conversion Lens including; quality Add photos; Built-in flash.
Excerpt: There’s no getting away from it: the Panasonic SDT750 is very strange-looking. Unlike all consumer camcorders which fit neatly in your hand, this baby is rather gangly. Actually it looks like something used by a movie assassin to off his victim. The reason?
[Review] Panasonic HDC-TM750/SDT750, the First Consumer 3D Camera.
28 September 2010
Summary: A really powerful and capable 2D video camera with many nice little features, the TM750/SDT750 Camcorders however does not deliver the “Magic” we would expect once its 3D lens converter is on.
Summary: While not cheap, the HDC-SDT750 lies comfortably within the expected price range for a quality HD camcorder. Some may think the use of a 3D attachment, rather than incorporating the feature into the body, is a negative.
Excerpt: As the first consumer 3D camcorder, Panasonic’s HDC-SDT750 allows anyone, with deep enough pockets, to have a go at 3D movie-making. It may be ground-breaking, but it’s also rather familiar-looking.
Summary: The Panasonic HDC-SDT750 is a bold step forwards into 3D videography. Perhaps more importantly, it doubles as an excellent 2D camcorder. If you own a 3D TV, it represents a very logical purchase.
Pros: Excellent Full HD video performance, multi-purpose servo ring, 3D looks effective (when shot correctly)
Cons: 3D shooting takes some getting used to, camcorder gets hot during operation, no 3D photo options
Summary: Considering it's the first 3D camcorder in its class, the Panasonic HDC-SDT750 is a pretty impressive unit. It comes with all the features you'd expect from a high-end Panasonic camcorder, along with the much-touted 3D conversion lens.