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PANASONIC HDC-SD10 High Definition Memory Card Camcorder

before winter sets in this is one of the famous DSG ?.97p deals
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The small and lightweight HDC-SD10 High Definition Memory Card Camcorder from Panasonic allows you to record High Definition videos worthy of the big screen,.

The black Panasonic HDC-SD10 records to SD and SDHC memory cards with a 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution (MPEG4-AVC/H.264 recording format). Alternatively, connect the Panasonic HDC-SD10 High Definition Memory Card Camcorder directly to your HD Ready or Full HD television via the Mini-HDMI interface!

The HDCSD10's superb 16x optical zoom lens gives high optical quality, and produces smooth and professional-looking results with the optical image stabilisation (Advanced O.I.S.).

The HDCSD10's other features include Face detection Technology, Intelligent Auto function and AF/AE Tracking, which maintains focus and exposure even with a moving subject. The Touch Screen Operation also makes navigation intuitive and straightforward.

For life's memorable moments the HDC-SD10 High Definition Memory Card Camcorder from Panasonic won't let you miss a moment.
Video Capture Sensor (in pixels) 1/6" MOS
1.47 Megapixels (1.17 effective)
Media SD/SDHC cards
Viewfinder No
LCD Screen 2.7" (6.9 cm)
Sensitivity (lux) Standard illumination: 1400
Minimum illumination: 9 lx (1/25 Low Light Mode) / 1 lx (Colour Night View Mode)
Optical Zoom 16x
Digital Zoom 40x - 1,000x
Image Stabiliser Optical
Focus Auto and manual
Photo Mode Photo Mode Yes
Maximum resolution on memory card (in pixels) 1920 x 1080 (2.1 megapixels)
Memory Card SD/SDHC
Supplied Media no
Sound Dolby Digital
Webcam Function/ mini films No
Connectivity Audio Output Yes
Audio Input No
Video Output A/V, mini-HDMI, component
Video Input No
DV in (IEEE1394, FireWire) No
DV out ( IEEE1394, FireWire) No
Computer Interface USB 2.0
Compatible Platforms Windows 2000 SP4, XP SP2/SP3, Vista SP1 Home Basic/Home Premium/Ultimate/Business ; Mac OS X 10.4.11/10.5
Supplied Software HD Writer AE 1.5
Misc Possible power supply Lithium battery
Accessories included Adaptor, AC and DC power cables, rechargeable lithium-ion battery, AV and video component cables, USB cable, CD-ROM
Weight (in grams) Approx. 227 g without battery
Dimensions 48 x 63 x 115 mm
Other Functions 2 ch stereo, zoom microphone; touch screen; Intelligent Auto mode with Autofocus; flash
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#1
Drowning in my own drool... If I promise to give up all the bad things will our local... ish, have one in by weekend please?!?
#2
Which store was this at for you?

I may look on the weekend :)
#3
Statik
Which store was this at for you?

I may look on the weekend :)

only just found it on website use saynoto0870 in the morning to find your local store someones got to lucky on this deal :)
#4
No chance of finding one. I'm saying that cos i just brought a non HD one for £140
3 Likes #5
Trouble is if you ring around the staff nab them
3 Likes #6
Good price, but you couldn't get me to buy from pc world ever again...
#7
well done to anyone who can get one at this price!
#8
Hot if you can find it at that price.
2 Likes #9
Great price, probably non existent though.
#10
Hot!!

im going to check my local store (Old Kent) in the morning!

Will report back...
#11
wow nice price
#13
Good price but isnt it a bit bulky for a camcorder these days?
Good mobiles and cameras do great vids!
#14
It's the price they're moaning about. £400+. If you can get for this. I'm gonna try tomorrow.
#15
Agree with Wildswan - PC Pro review was for a £470 camera ... this is under a £100 so a good buy IF you can get one ...
#16
not one in the country..so don't waste your time.
1 Like #17

for £80 they would love it
banned#18

The price was £400 when reviewed.

If you can find one at £90, its a bargin.


COLD as hardly anyone will find me.
4 Likes #19
If someone finds this in real life, I'll eat my cat.
#20
Looks quite good value for £90. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ALLjoVB2dbw
#21
Jammer
If someone finds this in real life, I'll eat my cat.
You female?
#22
Jammer
If someone finds this in real life, I'll eat my cat.


I want HD video evidence of this! X)
#23
Full Description spec
IMAGE SENSOR
Image Sensor 1/6" MOS
Total Pixels 1.47 megapixels
Effective Pixels
Motion Image 1.17 megapixels [16:9]
Still Image 1.17 megapixels [16:9]
LENS SECTION
F Value F1.8(WIDE)/2.8(TELE)
Optical Zoom 16x
Digital Zoom 40x- 1000x
Focal Length 2.95-47.2 mm
Filter Diameter 30.5mm
35mm Film camera Equivalent 44.1-706mm (16:9)
CAMERA SECTION
Standard illumination 1400 lx
Minimum Illumination 9 lx (1/25 Low Light Mode) / 1 lx (Colour Night View Mode)
Image Stabilizer Advanced O.I.S. [Optical Image Stabilization] with Active Mode
Focus Auto / Manual
White Balance Auto / Indoor1 / Indoor2 / Sunny / Cloudy / White set
Shutter Speed
Motion Image Auto Slow Shutter ON : 1/25-1/8000 , OFF : 1/50-1/8000
Still Image Auto Slow Shutter ON : 1/25-1/8000 , OFF : 1/50-1/8000(Progressive : 1/25-1/500)
Iris Auto / Manual
Backlight Compensation Yes
MONITOR
Monitor(LCD) 2.7 Wide LCD ( 230,400 pixels)
STILL IMAGE SECTION
Recording Format JPEG
Rcording Image Size
Creating still picture from motion picture 2.1 megapixels (1920 x 1080) [16:9]
Simultaneous Recording 2.1 megapixels (1920 x 1080) [16:9]
Still Picture 2.1 megapixels (1920 x 1080) [16:9]
Flash Yes
DPOF Max. 999 images
Pict Bridge Yes
RECORDING SECTION
Signal System 1080 / 50i
Recording Format MPEG4-AVC/H.264 (AVCHD standard compliant)
Recording Mode HA (17Mbps / VBR) , (1920 x 1080) / HG (13Mbps / VBR) , (1920 x 1080) / HX (9Mbps / VBR) , (1920 x 1080) / HE (6Mbps / VBR) , (1440 x 1080)
Playback Mode HA (17Mbps / VBR) , (1920 x 1080) / HG (13Mbps / VBR) , (1920 x 1080) / HX (9Mbps / VBR) , (1920 x 1080) / HE (6Mbps / VBR) , (1440 x 1080)
Audio Recording System Dolby Digital (2ch)
Microphone 2ch Stereo, Zoom mic.
Speaker Dynamic type
Media Remaining Indication Yes
INTERFACE
AV Out
HDMI Yes (mini)
USB 2.0 Hi-Speed
Video component Yes
OTHERS
LED Video Light Yes
STANDARD ACCESSORIES
AC Adaptor Yes
AC Cable Yes
DC Cable Yes
Rechargeable Battery Pack min. 725 mAh / Lithium-Ion
Video Component Cable Yes
AV Cable Yes
USB Cable Yes
Included Software HD Writer AE 1.5
GENERAL
Media SD/SDHC Memory Card
On-Screen Display Language English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Polish, Czech, Netherlandic, Turkish, Swedish
Power Supply DC7.2V / 9.3V
Power Consumption (W) 5.5
Weight (w/o Battery) approx. 227g
Dimension (W x H x D) [mm]
Width [mm] 48
Height [mm] 63
Depth [mm] 115
Dimension (W x H x D) [inch]
Depth [inch] 4.53
Height [inch] 2.48
Width [inch] 1.89
banned#24
kgirisankar
Full Description specIMAGE SENSORImage Sensor 1/6" MOSTotal Pixels 1.47 megapixelsEffective PixelsMotion Image 1.17 megapixels [16:9]Still Image 1.17 megapixels [16:9]LENS SECTIONF Value F1.8(WIDE)/2.8(TELE)Optical Zoom 16xDigital Zoom 40x- 1000xFocal Length 2.95-47.2 mmFilter Diameter 30.5mm35mm Film camera Equivalent 44.1-706mm (16:9)CAMERA SECTIONStandard illumination 1400 lxMinimum Illumination 9 lx (1/25 Low Light Mode) / 1 lx (Colour Night View Mode)Image Stabilizer Advanced O.I.S. [Optical Image Stabilization] with Active ModeFocus Auto / ManualWhite Balance Auto / Indoor1 / Indoor2 / Sunny / Cloudy / White setShutter SpeedMotion Image Auto Slow Shutter ON : 1/25-1/8000 , OFF : 1/50-1/8000Still Image Auto Slow Shutter ON : 1/25-1/8000 , OFF : 1/50-1/8000(Progressive : 1/25-1/500)Iris Auto / ManualBacklight Compensation YesMONITORMonitor(LCD) 2.7 Wide LCD ( 230,400 pixels)STILL IMAGE SECTIONRecording Format JPEGRcording Image SizeCreating still picture from motion picture 2.1 megapixels (1920 x 1080) [16:9]Simultaneous Recording 2.1 megapixels (1920 x 1080) [16:9]Still Picture 2.1 megapixels (1920 x 1080) [16:9]Flash YesDPOF Max. 999 imagesPict Bridge YesRECORDING SECTIONSignal System 1080 / 50iRecording Format MPEG4-AVC/H.264 (AVCHD standard compliant)Recording Mode HA (17Mbps / VBR) , (1920 x 1080) / HG (13Mbps / VBR) , (1920 x 1080) / HX (9Mbps / VBR) , (1920 x 1080) / HE (6Mbps / VBR) , (1440 x 1080)Playback Mode HA (17Mbps / VBR) , (1920 x 1080) / HG (13Mbps / VBR) , (1920 x 1080) / HX (9Mbps / VBR) , (1920 x 1080) / HE (6Mbps / VBR) , (1440 x 1080)Audio Recording System Dolby Digital (2ch)Microphone 2ch Stereo, Zoom mic.Speaker Dynamic typeMedia Remaining Indication YesINTERFACEAV OutHDMI Yes (mini)USB 2.0 Hi-SpeedVideo component YesOTHERSLED Video Light YesSTANDARD ACCESSORIESAC Adaptor YesAC Cable YesDC Cable YesRechargeable Battery Pack min. 725 mAh / Lithium-IonVideo Component Cable YesAV Cable YesUSB Cable YesIncluded Software HD Writer AE 1.5GENERALMedia SD/SDHC Memory CardOn-Screen Display Language English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Polish, Czech, Netherlandic, Turkish, SwedishPower Supply DC7.2V / 9.3VPower Consumption (W) 5.5Weight (w/o Battery) approx. 227gDimension (W x H x D) [mm]Width [mm] 48Height [mm] 63Depth [mm] 115Dimension (W x H x D) [inch]Depth [inch] 4.53Height [inch] 2.48Width [inch] 1.89

Lol, doubt anyones going to get this so not much point of spec :D
#25
Good find If you can get one
8 Likes #26
After working for PC World previously for a few years I can give a little advice on grabbing bargains.

Ring to find out exactly which stores have the item in stock, using preferably the sku code. PC World's main helpline, not the store, there is no direct line to the store other than business which they won't help you or even answer so don't waste your time. Forget collect in store, Staff members are usually too busy to collect items from the shelf so if someone else picks it up they can just pay for it at the till and your out of luck. If the store has less than three in stock you won't even have this option so it'll show as an "X" on the website and because the terms state that it isn't a guarantee that it'll be waiting for you any bargain that came as a collect at store was sometimes hidden for staff, at least in my store.

Price changes are done by the out of hours team not usually the people in purple shirts so you'd be amazed how many bargains go complety unnoticed, also given the amount of items in store and different hours people come into work chances are they'll never know.

Basically if you know of a cheap item, ring find out what stores have it, ignore the (Pristine/Non Pristine) because when stock is low it won't be accurate, the last pristine will most likely be a display item if its electrical. Go in the store, try and find it on the shelf, you can take any item to the till if you want a price check or sku code and hopefully you'll find it otherwise ask staff to look for your item in the back or cage and keep as close watch as you can so they don't BS you saying they don't have it when they do. The date the ticket was printed is shown near the sku, if an item looks old and the ticket hasn't been changed in a while it may be cheaper when scanned at the till.

The only way really to chance it but PC World is stupid, they try and sell things at high prices find it doesn't sell then clear it. I've bought motherboards for £2.97, memory for 97p and a quad core processor for £4.97. Thought I'd share if that helps anyone in any way. If you want to have some fun use the word "value" (as its from their selling model) in most of what you say and just watch the look on their faces X)

Edited By: titanwars on Dec 16, 2010 01:29
#27
SKU for this?
#28
IWannaBeAdored
SKU for this?
689752
#29
To be fair to my local(ish) PCWorld - Bournemouth - they did try fairly hard to find the Sony media streamer I Wanted last week on the 49.97 deal, indeed they took my phone number and phoned me back the next day when they tracked it down - unfortunately no remote :-/.
#30
mikeswrx02
Good price but isnt it a bit bulky for a camcorder these days?
Good mobiles and cameras do great vids!


BULKY? Is this badly written sarcasm, its positively TINY!

I paid significantly more for this about a year ago, its a blinding camera and I would highly recommend it
1 Like #31
speedy1477
Blasphemous
PCPRO didn't seem to like it!http://www.pcpro.co.uk/reviews/camcorders/258649/panasonic-hdc-sd10" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://www.pcpro.co.uk/reviews/camcorders/258649/panasonic-hdc-sd10
The price was £400 when reviewed.If you can find one at £90, its a bargin. COLD as hardly anyone will find me.

Not sure if anyone wants to find you oO
#32
I have this model and paid £389 for it, ok it was 18 months ago ish, its a superb bit of kit, the pictures it takes are great to ( not as good as a proper DSLR of course ). Its small, very light, lots features, great zoom and real easy to use and playback. Cannot beleive it is being offered at this price, its probably worth me buying another to use as parts at this price haha :)

Good luck on getting one, hope people post back on here to say they found one at the bargain price.
#33
None in Glos or Chelt
#34
Have phoned them and they say there's no stock anywhere. Anyone had any luck?
#35
I've just phoned the Blackpool store. There are about half a dozen available in the North West. They are end of line, ex-display models. The staff at Blackpool are happy to arrange an order if I pop in and reserve one.

Don't think I'll bother. I'll stick to the HD video feature on my TZ10 for what I need.
#36
whats the number please
#37
01253 336112
#38
titanwars
After working for PC World previously for a few years I can give a little advice on grabbing bargains.

Ring to find out exactly which stores have the item in stock, using preferably the sku code. PC World's main helpline, not the store, there is no direct line to the store other than business which they won't help you or even answer so don't waste your time. Forget collect in store, Staff members are usually too busy to collect items from the shelf so if someone else picks it up they can just pay for it at the till and your out of luck. If the store has less than three in stock you won't even have this option so it'll show as an "X" on the website and because the terms state that it isn't a guarantee that it'll be waiting for you any bargain that came as a collect at store was sometimes hidden for staff, at least in my store.

Price changes are done by the out of hours team not usually the people in purple shirts so you'd be amazed how many bargains go complety unnoticed, also given the amount of items in store and different hours people come into work chances are they'll never know.

Basically if you know of a cheap item, ring find out what stores have it, ignore the (Pristine/Non Pristine) because when stock is low it won't be accurate, the last pristine will most likely be a display item if its electrical. Go in the store, try and find it on the shelf, you can take any item to the till if you want a price check or sku code and hopefully you'll find it otherwise ask staff to look for your item in the back or cage and keep as close watch as you can so they don't BS you saying they don't have it when they do. The date the ticket was printed is shown near the sku, if an item looks old and the ticket hasn't been changed in a while it may be cheaper when scanned at the till.

The only way really to chance it but PC World is stupid, they try and sell things at high prices find it doesn't sell then clear it. I've bought motherboards for £2.97, memory for 97p and a quad core processor for £4.97. Thought I'd share if that helps anyone in any way. If you want to have some fun use the word "value" (as its from their selling model) in most of what you say and just watch the look on their faces X)
Thank you for the information titan. I've just called the main Customer Service number (0844 561 0000). Spoke to a nice lad. Gave him the SKU Code (689752), supplied by wanderer above. The lad said he'd had a call earlier about this model. Without even asking for my local area he said that the system was showing NO stock in ANY stores nationally and with no delivery information so there is no information as to when/if they may get stock in to any stores. I'm guessing no one is gonna get this.

EDIT: If someone wants to try their local store most of the numbers can be found by entering the 0844 5610000 number into the search here: http://www.saynoto0870.com/search.php You should see a whole page of numbers come up. Personally I haven't tried my local store as I'm stuck in today waiting for a delivery but good luck to anyone trying.

Hope that helps.

Edited By: Blasphemous on Dec 16, 2010 09:40
#39
None in N.Ireland either, all said same thing when I rang directly :(
#40
Does anyone else feel like the more you can't get hold of one, the more you feel you must need one?

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