Summary: The Panasonic HDC-SDT750 is a bold step forwards into 3D videography. Perhaps more importantly, it doubles as an excellent 2D camcorder. If you own a 3D TV, it represents a very logical purchase.
Conclusion: Panasonic brings 3D creativity to the home user - and it turns out to be a lot more entertaining than watching a ceaseless cavalcade of big-screen 3D ‘toons. The HDC-SDT750 is essentially the HDC-SDT700 shipped with a conversion lens the size of a tangerine. Once you’re over the limitations it imposes, shooting in 3D becomes rather addictive. Home movies take on a fresh appeal, and we predict a whole new business opportunity for forward-thinking wedding videographers.
Pros: 3D film-making is no longer the preserve of Hollywood, an excellent 2D Full HD cam to boot
Cons: The 3D conversion lens is bulky, no zoom or auto-functions in 3D mode, high price premium for stereoscopy
Summary: The Panasonic HDC-SDT750 camcorder is a medium-high level with the ability to record 3D movies that can then have played on televisions equipped with technology these ores. Specifications are definitely cutting edge and first level, because one of the main features is a stabilizer hybrid (optical / electrical) HYBRID OIS for the correction of hand-shake functionality in addition to the OIS lock and the advanced 3MOS system.
Pros: HDMI interface; 3MOS sensor system; quality Add more objective; 3D Conversion Lens including; quality Add photos; Built-in flash
Conclusion: Considering it’s the world’s first consumer 3D camcorder, the Panasonic SDC-SDT750 is surprisingly accomplished. If you can overlook its minor flaws, it’s a genuinely useful 3D product.
Pros: On even the basic 2D level, the HDC-SDT750 is mighty impressive: its 1080p footage is noise-free and, thanks to optical stabilisation, stays steady even when your hand doesn’t. Attach the conversion lens and 3D footage is similarly impressive, provided you work within the tech’s inherent limitations. The dual lenses capture two crisp 950 x 540 images which are then combined into a clear image which can be watched back on your 3DTV straight away – just hook it up via a...
Cons: The conversion lens is bulky, adding 215g to the camcorder’s weight and doubling its size, and needs to be properly calibrated once attached – which can be tricky the first few times. You also have to forgo the 12x zoom in 3D mode, and manual controls are highly restricted in comparison to 2D. You also can’t snap 3D stills (2D stills are 14MP and pretty decent), which seems like a missed opportunity.
Summary: While not cheap, the HDC-SDT750 lies comfortably within the expected price range for a quality HD camcorder. Some may think the use of a 3D attachment, rather than incorporating the feature into the body, is a negative. We believe this is an ideal way to capture 3D footage without hindering the taking of regular 2D video in high definition. Overall, this is a very good early effort at a solid HD camcorder with 3D functionality.
Excerpt: Can’t find a good 3D movie to watch on your new 3D HDTV? Make your own—or so say the good folks at Panasonic, Sony and other camcorder makers. The third dimension has hit home video in a major way in 2011 and whether this is a good thing, we’ll soon let you know. There’s no getting away from it: the Panasonic SDT750 is very strange-looking. Unlike all consumer camcorders which fit neatly in your hand, this baby is rather gangly.
Pros: Valiant attempt for 3D home video, 12x optical zoom ranging from 35-420mm, 3MOS imaging system (7.59MP total), Great 1080/60p setting
Cons: 3D lens limits camcorder too much, 3D effects not impressive, Too expensive, Printed photos lack pop
[Review] Panasonic HDC-TM750/SDT750, the First Consumer 3D Camera.
7 October 2010
Summary: A really powerful and capable 2D video camera with many nice little features, the TM750/SDT750 Camcorders however does not deliver the “Magic” we would expect once its 3D lens converter is on. Video limited to a 960×1080 resolution in 3D, overall lack of quality and sharpness, the TM750/SDT750 Camcorder however deliver what it promise with real a real 3D stereoscopic effect on every videos.
Conclusion: Próba dokonania oceny kamery Panasonic HDC-SDT750 jest trudna. Z jednej strony jest to bardzo udany kamkorder oferujący doskonały obraz, mocno rozbudowane narzędzia manualnej kontroli ekspozycji i wiele funkcji dodatkowych. Z drugiej strony jego najbardziej promowana funkcja – możliwość rejestracji filmów trójwymiarowych – została opracowana w sposób dość kontrowersyjny.