Panasonic HDCDX1EBS Camcorder Dvd HD (1080i) Hdmi 3ccd 5.1SS - Was £999.99 Now £389.99 @ Empire Direct - HotUKDeals
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Product Details:
High definition 1080i images giving broadcast quality video
Records onto multi-format 8cm DVD
SD memory card slot included for stills capture
Simultaneous recording of video and 2.1 megapixel still images
3in widescreen LCD screen
12x optical zoom, no loss of detail on zooming
3CCD system gives remarkable colour, detail and graduation
Mega Optical Image Stabiliser means crisp images, even when zoomed in close
World-renowned Leica Dicomar lens developed specifically for camcorders
Five microphones for full Surround Sound recording
Focus assist for accurate focusing
Panasonic?HD Crystal Engine for superb colour reproduction
Play your discs directly on a Blu-ray DVD player
HDMI and USB 2.0 connections

Technical Details:
Weight (without battery): 680g
Dimensions: 91.5mm x 90.2mm x 162.4mm
Power consumption: 11.4W
Recording media: video 8cm DVD-RAM/-RW/-R/-R DL, stills SD card
Image Sensor: 3 x 1/4 inch CCD
Resolution: 2.1 megapixel 16:9
Still image: 1,920 x 1,080 pixels
Video recording: AVCHD
Recording modes: HF 13Mbps/CBR, HN 9Mbps/VBR, HE 6Mbps/VBR
F Value: F1.8 wide, 2.8 telephoto
Focal Length: 4.0 - 48.0 mm
35mm film equivalent: 38.5mm - 462mm (16:9)
Zoom: 12x variable speed optical, 30x to 700x digital
Microphone: 5.1 channel Surround Sound
Image Stabiliser: Mega O.I.S.
Flash: approximately 1m to 2.5m
Minimum Illumination: 2 Lux in colour night mode
Focus: AF/Manual
White Balance: Auto/Indoor/Outdoor/White Set
Shutter Speed: 1/50 to 1/8000 sec
EVF: 0.44 inches with 183,000 pixels
Monitor: 3.0in LCD with 250,000 pixels
Interfaces: AV out, HDMI out, USB 2.0, Video Component out
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#1
Why cold, is there a cheaper deal?
#2
The Canon HR10 was just £250 a few days ago and that gets a much better review at [url]www.camcorderinfo.com[/url] so by compassion this seems cold; the Canon deal seams to have ended though. Review:

“If you absolutely can’t stand the idea of linear media but still want to shoot HD, any AVCHD camcorder on the market is a better bet than the DX1.”
#3
Agharta
The Canon HR10 was just £250 a few days ago and that gets a much better review at [url]www.camcorderinfo.com[/url] so by compassion this seems cold; the Canon deal seams to have ended though. Review:

“If you absolutely can’t stand the idea of linear media but still want to shoot HD, any AVCHD camcorder on the market is a better bet than the DX1.”
Apart from the spec being lower on the HR10, reviews I have seen for this model are excellent - http://www.amazon.co.uk/Panasonic-HDC-DX1-High-Definition-Camcorder/dp/B000QIEFY8/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1219231348&sr=8-1 and here - http://www.thenerds.net/PANASONIC.Panasonic_Palmcorder_HDC_DX1_High_Definition_Digital_Camcorder.HDCDX1.html
#4

A single 5 star user review on Amazon is irrelevant as far as I’m concerned. I’d much rather read a really detailed review such as the camcorderinfo one which looks at all aspects of a camcorder in detail; they didn’t rate it much. If it was £250 like the Canon one then I could live with it but at almost £400 I’d pass.

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