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PANASONIC HDC-SDT750 3D Camcorder - £415.97 @ PCWorld (Currys, Dixons)
PANASONIC HDC-SDT750 3D Camcorder - £415.97 @ PCWorld (Currys, Dixons)

PANASONIC HDC-SDT750 3D Camcorder - £415.97 @ PCWorld (Currys, Dixons)

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The world's first consumer 3D camcorder, the incredible Panasonic HDC-SDT750 3D Camcorder delivers astonishing three-dimensional imagery to give you unprecedented scope for capturing life just as you saw it.

By attaching the supplied VW-CLT1 3D conversion lens, you can record high-resolution 960 x 1080 pixel left and right images, and then enjoy stunning stereoscopic entertainment on your 3D television.

On top of its revolutionary 3D capability, the Panasonic HDC-SDT750 3D Camcorder has much more to offer. It uses a high-sensitivity 3MOS sensor system that is capable of bright, clear images with minimal noise even in low light. Offering Full HD 1080/50p recording, the HDC-SDT750 will astound you with its detail-packed High Definition video output.

Fronted by a 12x optical zoom lens, the Panasonic HDCSDT750 also boasts an 18x Intelligent Zoom function as well as a 30x digital zoom capability. You'll have no problem recording subjects whether they're near or far!

To complement this powerful zoom range, Panasonic have included HYBRID O.I.S., which combines optical and electrical image stabilisation to keep your videos and photos looking at their best in a variety of situations. In addition, an O.I.S. Lock feature maximises stabilisation specifically against camera movement when you are zooming in on a stationary subject at a fixed angle.

Conveniently offering support for SD, SDHC, and SDXC cards, you need never run out of memory with the Panasonic HDC-SDT750 3D Camcorder, either! With a 64GB SDXC card, for example, you can get over 5 hours of Full HD 1080/50p recording.

Enter the 3D movie-making revolution with the Panasonic HDC-SDT750 3D Camcorder!

62 Comments

Bit pointless to buy now cause you need 3d tv to watch it and probably a 3d computer to edit it. Good Price though so heat added.

I do believe you can also shoot in 2D, by taking 3D lens off.
A great deal.....
Heat from me

Hot. Its the same camcorder as HDC-TM700 ( sold for £699.97 PCW) plus 3d lenses (around 200£). Panasonic HDC-SDT750 review

luzax

Hot. Its the same camcorder as HDC-TM700 ( sold for £699.97 PCW) plus 3d … Hot. Its the same camcorder as HDC-TM700 ( sold for £699.97 PCW) plus 3d lenses (around 200£). Panasonic HDC-SDT750 review



wrong
HDC-TM700 has 32gb built in this one has sd slot only

These Pana camcorders are HIGHLY regarded.

This is a steal for the money! Just dump the 3D lens.

stkrup

wrong HDC-TM700 has 32gb built in this one has sd slot only


good point, but all spec are the same, and class 10 32gb sd card is only around 25 pounds.
Edited by: "luzax" 25th May 2011

paid over £1200 for this last October

3D is OK but you have to think about it when filming to get the best out of it.

Use it a lot without the 3d bit as well

Great deal

stkrup

wrong HDC-TM700 has 32gb built in this one has sd slot only



Think I read somewhere on the Panasonic site that this one has a better OIS system than the TM700, though it does lack the onboard memory.

wow, great deal !!!! # This does come with the 3D lens as well doesn't it ?
Edited by: "Rudz" 25th May 2011

Rudz

wow, great deal !!!! # This does come with the 3D lens as well doesn't it … wow, great deal !!!! # This does come with the 3D lens as well doesn't it ?



It does. The newer models make the 3d lens an addon

What an ugly device. I bet this will soon look as out of date as:

http://www.neiu.edu/~fldept/panasonic_ag188u_camera.jpg

got it today with 20% off code from currys for 332 pounds

Original Poster

What was the code?

luzax

got it today with 20% off code from currys for 332 pounds


Banned

luzax

got it today with 20% off code from currys for 332 pounds



How do you get the 20% off?

You need to call them up (see the Currys 20% off thread)

Banned

got the jvc hm330 from argos a few months back for like £45(after money off using nectar points), wishing now I'd waited as I've had my eye on the panasoic tm700 and this one since they were released(£333 is better than the price at release, even the £416 is better)

seems the are smart now, they increased the price so at the checkout it comes finally as £415.97

Crikey they are playing silly buggers with the price of this, now £516.

Who all bought one at the £333 price then ... jammy sods!

The assure me that on Sunday the price was 499 not 415.

Did anyone take a screen grab on Sunday morning?

PM me if so. Thanks!

It is appearing for £519 at the moment

kzee

It is appearing for £519 at the moment



Watch it go back to 415.97 tomorrow when the Blue Cross sale finishes!


isnt this odd?

Web Exclusive Price £519.96
In-store price £415.97

There is a 3D phone now that records 1080p HD 3d.... and that is not much more.... okay it will not be as good ... but it will be more convenient and able to do other things too!
Still hawt though ty

saayinla

isnt this odd?Web Exclusive Price £519.96In-store price £415.97



In store stock returns and ex display not worth as much caveat emptor

cold from me, don't forget you need to add a 3D tv to the price to see what you've shot in 3D

suddenly that makes the price go up another £700 or so

Banned

Looks like a sniper rifle, lol

http://teknotrend.tv/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/Panasonic_HDC_SDT750_3D_Consumer_Camcorder_Offcially_Announced_3.jpg

Edited by: "JackDeth" 1st Jun 2011

whats going on here, would bag this up at 415, why is it saying 415 instore but 519 on the web.. wierd

WalterSmith

You need to call them up (see the Currys 20% off thread)


Can someone point me to the Currys 20% off thread? Thanks

just found it, forget pcworld and go on currys website, find it and then get to the till and it goes for 415. Its in the bag, cheers OP.

If you ask me, this camera has the eyes to close together :-).

Seriously, 3D is the current fashion, and you pay a huge extra for it. Technology will improve quickly, and next year this model will be next to worthless. I don't care how good the price is, unless you need 3D, and you need it now, it is pretty pointless.

Thanks MrPuddington for your advice for us all - just so you know - next years model will also be worthless the year after.. and so on and so on..

If you dont care how good the price is then what are you doing in here? Go buy some passport photo's or something.

nice!
thanks

got one for 333 ordered over the phone

luzax

got one for 333 ordered over the phone



When did you order?

Hi
I ordered on Saturday for £415, but the item had blue cross sign and discount was not applied.
I called them straight away and was told that there was issue with system, and it should be resolved by time payment was taken.
On Monday i received email with invoice for £415, got in touch with Currys again and explained to them that discount had not been applied, after 20mins was told discount would be given making the camcorder work out to around £333.

how did people get it for 333?
or did i miss the boat?

You gotta phone em up and talk em round, cant see anyone being able to do that now as they will have caught on. Still a top bargain at 415 if you ask me!

deasyb

Bit pointless to buy now cause you need 3d tv to watch it and probably a … Bit pointless to buy now cause you need 3d tv to watch it and probably a 3d computer to edit it. Good Price though so heat added.


I'm not sure there's any software to edit 3D content available to consumers yet?

i see, thanks either way gonna purchase this for my dads bday
thanks!!
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