Panasonic has released a top-of-the-line video camera, the HDC-TM700, that handles twice the amount of video recordings compared to the conventional model, and allows a clearer focus when shooting fast movements.
The camcorder is mounted with three sensors similar to recorders for professional use to enable high definition image shooting. The product has also adopted the “progressive” system which records images as they are, instead of the conventional “interlace” system, which records a portion of a frame at a time. The new system captures finer details and records lively images.
The price is expected to be around 150,000 yen.© Japan Today