- Fully compatible with the AVCHD 3D/Progressive standard. AVCHD 3D, which uses MVC (Multiview Video Coding) to record and playback 3D images via the Frame Sequential Method, and AVCHD Progressive for progressive formats.
- Recording modes from AVCHD 3D (1080/60i, 1080/24p, and 1080/30p*2), AVCHD Progressive (1080/60p), and AVCHD (1080/24p, 1080/30p*2 and 1080/60i PH/HA/HE mode).
- The closest 3D video macro setting for a twin-lens 3D camcorder at approximately 17.8 inches.
- A 1,152,000-dot, 3.5-inch LCD that appears 3D to the naked eye – no 3D eyewear needed.
- A Double 3MOS System featuring two high-sensitivity 3MOS sensors (with an effective pixel count of 6.57 megapixels each).
- New F1.5 lenses with Nano Surface Coating, greatly reducing the light reflection and thus reducing ghosting in order to produce crisp, clear image rendering.
- A 32mm wide-angle lens with a 10x optical zoom while shooting in 3D or 12x optical zoom while shooting in 2D.
- Three independent rings for adjusting the zoom, focus, and iris control.
- Built-in microphones for recording Dolby Digital 5.1-channel surround sound/2-channel stereo.
- Two XLR audio inputs with a 48-V phantom power supply for external microphone use.
The Panasonic HDC-Z10000 will be available in black and the pricing and availability will be announced approximately 30 days prior to shipping.
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