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Panasonic compact SD camcorder with 78x enhanced optical zoom and 33mm wide angle lens- 2 Years Warranty - £127.90 Delivered @ iBood
Panasonic compact SD camcorder with 78x enhanced optical zoom and 33mm wide angle lens- 2 Years Warranty - £127.90 Delivered @ iBood

Panasonic compact SD camcorder with 78x enhanced optical zoom and 33mm wide angle lens- 2 Years Warranty - £127.90 Delivered @ iBood

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# Brand: Panasonic
# Type: SDR-S70 Compact SD Camcorder
# Dramatic close-up with improved 78x optical zoom
# Advanced O.I.S. Active Mode
# 33mm wide angle lens
# Wind Noise Canceller for clear sound
# Backlight Compensation
# Focus: Auto / Manual
# Image Stabilizer: Advanced O.I.S. (Optical Image Stabilizer)
# Iris: Auto / Manual
# Minimum Illumination: 5.0 lx (1 / 25 Low Light Mode)
# White Balance: Auto / Indoor1 / Indoor2 / Sunny / Cloudy / White Set
# Motion Image: Auto Slow Shutter ON: 1/25-1/8000
# Digital Zoom: 100x / 3500X (The maximum value for zoom)
# Enhanced optical zoom: 78x
# Media: SD / SDHC / SDXC memory
# On-Screen Display Language: English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Polish, Czech, Dutch, Swedish, Turkish
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# Power (battery / AC adapter): DC3.6V / 5.0V
# Image Sensor: CCD 1/8-type
# Total pixels: 0.8 megapixels
# AV: Out
# USB: 2.0 Hi-Speed
# 35mm film camera equivalent: enhanced optical zoom OFF: 37.4mm - 2625mm (4:3)
# F value: F1.9 (wide) / 5.7 (TELE)
# Focal length: 1.48 - 104mm
# Lens Brand: Panasonic Lens
# Optical Zoom: 70x
# Monitor (LCD): 6.7 cm (2.7 ") widescreen LCD (123,200 pixels)
# Media Remaining Indication
# Microphone: Stereo Microphone. / Zoom mic.
# Recording Format: MPEG2, H.264/AVC (Motion picture)
# Signal System: 625 / 50i
# Speaker: Dynamic
# Recording / Playback: XP (10Mbps / VBR), (720 x 576)
# DC cable: included AC adapter
# Included Software: VideoCam Suite 3.5
# Rechargeable Battery Pack: min 1790 mAh / Lithium-Ion
# USB cable
# DPOF Max. 999 images (still image)
# Photo format: JPEG
# Picture of moving images: 0.3 megapixels (640 x 480) [4:3], 0.2 megapixels (640 x 360) [16:9]
# Simultaneous Recording: 0.3 megapixels (640 x 480) [4:3], 0.2 megapixels (640 x 360) [16:9]
# Photo: 0.3 megapixels (640 x 480) [4:3]
# Power consumption: Max. 3.6W (Recording) / Max. 7.7W (charge)
# Colour: Red
# Delivery: 4 to 7 days
# Dimensions (W x H x D): 55.1 x 64.0 x 107.3 mm
# Weight (without battery): approx 273g
# Warranty: 2 years

10 Comments

good price

has anyone used this company before?

Voted hot, great price.

To the people who think "hurrrr, cold... not HD!", I've been through enough HD camcorders in this price range and the negatives really outway the pro's. Image stabilzation is just too poor, and a majority of the time I find I have to be in a static position to record everything. Not only that but it totally kills batteries. And the worst part is editing and storing files which can go into the gigabytes gets real old, real fast.

The zoom on this one is just immense. OK you won't have crystal clear clarity - but you will have nice steady recordings that aren't a pain to rewatch...
Edited by: "mamboboy" 9th May 2011

Steady recordings? anything over a 5x optical zoom when hand held is shakey as hell, so if you are gonna use a tripod or a shoulder stabiliser you may as well get the a HD one in the first place. complaining about file sizes being gigabyte when Hard drives and memory sticks are very cheap is a redundant arguement.

COLD


Edited by: "Highway72" 9th May 2011

Highway72

Steady recordings? anything over a 5x optical zoom when hand held is … Steady recordings? anything over a 5x optical zoom when hand held is shakey as hell, so if you are gonna use a tripod you may as well get the a HD one in the first place.COLD



youtube.com/wat…L9A

IBOOD are a bunch of douche bags. steer clear

Highway72

Steady recordings? anything over a 5x optical zoom when hand held is … Steady recordings? anything over a 5x optical zoom when hand held is shakey as hell, so if you are gonna use a tripod or a shoulder stabiliser you may as well get the a HD one in the first place. complaining about file sizes being gigabyte when Hard drives and memory sticks are very cheap is a redundant arguement.COLD




the image stabilsation in panny camcorders is excellent

Highway72

Steady recordings? anything over a 5x optical zoom when hand held is … Steady recordings? anything over a 5x optical zoom when hand held is shakey as hell, so if you are gonna use a tripod or a shoulder stabiliser you may as well get the a HD one in the first place. complaining about file sizes being gigabyte when Hard drives and memory sticks are very cheap is a redundant arguement.COLD



Whatever man. I assume you've never used this camera, but you automatically claim it has poor stabilization? nice going there, buck.
So you may as well get a HD camera? No, those are at least double the resolution, which is the biggest cause of stabilization problems. Want to record your holidays? Or a day out somewhere? Which will be the better option? A HD Camcorder which dies after 45 minutes of footage or an SD one which records for far, far longer?
And your it can be stored on USB or DVD argument. Yes, it can... but have you ever edited HD recordings? I literally spent an entire day on one before, re-encoding, adding text overlays, splicing the videos up. It's time consuming and not fun working with data that large. You're going to need dual layer discs and even those won't store that many videos. Whereas recordings from this from a whole holiday will easily fit on one DVD-R and won't bring something like Windows Movie Maker to a complete halt...
Edited by: "mamboboy" 10th May 2011

This is fantastic value and the unit is perfect for recording your kids growing up and holidays and your mates playing football, or your missus sister doing a pole dance etc for £127 you dont have to get very much to be getting a bargain. For what i want a camcorder for decent battery life, sensible filesize and compact this is brilliant. If however you want to get aircraft numbers or sit at London Bridge getting HD videos of trains going by then an HD one may be better for you, but for the kids example when i borrowed an HD one the shake on it was far worse than on the non HD and this was far more of a downer than the res.
Edited by: "sew109" 10th May 2011

Customers (I have been one) main complaints about IBOOD are very poor customer service and the standard £8 delivery charge, which is not viable on small, lightweight, or low value products. They do sometimes have good prices on certain products but if it is electronic or electrical please read terms and conditions. There are guarantees, but it could involve the customer retuning the product to Europe. So make sure what the guarantee is and who pays the shipping costs !
Edited by: "COMARANTZ" 10th May 2011

Gotta love the Test Freaks score of 9.1 which they have prominently placed which relates to 3 user reviews.
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