With the launch of the HDC-SDT750 camcorder and its "3D conversion lens," Panasonic brings consumer video recording into another dimension.
Panasonic launches the HDC-SDX1 today, a lightweight camcorder with full 1080 HD video capability.
Panasonic steps into the pocket HD camcorder ring today with the launch of the HM-TA1. With a slick form factor that's well under an inch in thickness, it's being introduced as a pocketable solution for 1080 HD video recording.
Panasonic announces the Lumix DMC-TS10, a new rugged point-and-shoot camera. It offers waterproof, shockproof and freezeproof functionality for a significantly lower price than its existing TS-series counterpart.
Panasonic makes the Lumix DMC-LX5 official today. Replacing the LX3, this latest advanced compact point-and-shoot features a wide 24mm angle 3.8x zoom lens, 720p HD video recording, and a brand new, triple-CPU image processor.
Rounding out a batch of new camera launches this morning, Panasonic announces the Lumix DMC-FX700. Unlike any other camera they've taken the wraps off of today, it will feature a 3.0-inch touch screen.
Panasonic's ultrazoom line gets an update today with Lumix DMC-FZ100 and Lumix DMC-FZ40 24x cameras. Those big lenses cover a range equivalent to 25-600mm. Take a look at what else the new FZ cameras are packing.
Panasonic has announced pricing for the recently announced Lumix FX75 digital ultracompact.
Panasonic takes the wraps off a new lens for their Micro Four Thirds G series cameras - an 8mm (16mm equivalent) f/3.5 fisheye.
Panasonic's latest ultra-slim digital compact, the Lumix FX75, features a 24mm wide angle, unusually bright f/2.2 lens. The 5x optical zoom is complemented by a 3.0-inch touch screen and 720p HD video recording. The whole system is supported by Panasonic's Venus Engine HD II processor, claiming faster performance and better battery life.
Panasonic has announced pricing for the Lumix G2 and G10 Micro Four Thirds cameras.
Panasonic has announced a dedicated Micro Four Thirds professional HD camcorder, the AF100, which will work with all available Micro Four Thirds lenses.
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