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Panasonic launches camcorders for low light

Dubai, July 5, 2012

Panasonic, the leading consumer electronics brand, has launched two new full HD camcorders incorporating a new imaging system allowing good quality videos in low light conditions.

Both X900 and the X900M come with the new 3MOS System Pro imaging system and a Leica lens, while X900M comes with a built in 32 GB hard drive and also has an SD card slot.

The X900M which can record 1920 × 1080 videos in 50p Progressive AVCHD, builds on the success of Panasonic’s existing HS900 camcorder.

The Japanese manufacturer has added the new 3MOS System Pro to help achieve dramatic increases in performance thanks to a re-engineering of all the core imaging components like the lens, sensor and engine.

Panasonic’s 3MOS System Pro is a next-generation imaging system that powers the X900M to produce bright, outstanding video even under dim lighting, while also minimizing noise. Plus, the X900M features professional-like features such as a manual ring, a 5.1-channel surround sound and an advanced Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) system called Hybrid OIS. +.

The X900M can also shoot full-HD 3D (in the AVCHD 3D format) with the new optional conversion 3D lens, the VW-CLT2, which is smaller than last year’s model (VW-CLT1) and has an increased brightness from F3.2 to F2.0. In addition, the new VW-CLT2 has 1.5x digital zooming.

“Consumers looking to capture stunning videos, especially in low light condition need look no-further than the X900 series,” said Hitesh Ojha, deputy general manager – Digital Imaging, Panasonic, Marketing Middle East and Africa.

“The Panasonic X900 series camcorders are top-of-the-line, and come with full-HD 3D capability. Panasonic has improved the core components of the X900M, from its lens to its processor to its engine making it a highly desirable camcorder,” added Ojha. – TradeArabia News Service




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