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Panasonic Unveiled its 3D camcorder “HM-TA1″

28 July 2010 3,543 views No Comment

Panasonic unveiled new pocket camcorder for the first time that is 3D camcorderPanasonic HM-TA1“. This new camcorder records full HD resolution video[1920 x 1080] glory when one is on the go and it can be used as webcam as well. Camera is designed so as to make uploading video to social networking, sharing and video sites like You Tube and Facebook, easy. It supports Apple iFrame video format for Mac users. It has 4x digital zoom & electric image stabilization.

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Features of Panasonic HM-TA1:
It is a small camera of pocket size. Its compact, measuring in at 2.09 W x 0.70 D x 4.09 H. There is SD card inside and weighs quarter of pound with battery. This camcorder ships with wrist strap. HM-TA1 is provided with easy to use buttons for LED on/off, record, power and still photos. Other features include 2 inch LCD, support for SD/SDHC/SDXC memory cards and integrated USB port. It can take 8 mega-pixel still photos and can shoot full HD video in 1080p.

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TA1 can work as webcam and as microphone working with IP based video chat programs, like Skype. It has center keypad to select additional settings. It records MPEG-4 AVC file format [MP4] that offers excellent PC compatibility. It is also ideal for clear viewing and high resolution images on PC or sharing over any network. Sepia, Monochrome and Soft skin color effects that enables creative shooting. Provides USB capable charging by connecting TA1 USB cord to PC. This eliminates need to carry separate charger or cord.
Panasonic HM-TA1 will be available in 3 color options that is grey, purple and black in August 2010. HM-TA1 retail price will be $169.95.


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