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Panasonic SDR-H60EB-S Camcorder - Was £349.99 Now £244.99 @ Comet
Panasonic SDR-H60EB-S Camcorder - Was £349.99 Now £244.99 @ Comet

Panasonic SDR-H60EB-S Camcorder - Was £349.99 Now £244.99 @ Comet

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The SDR-H60 is a hybrid model that can record on either an SD (or SDHC) Memory Card or its built-in hard disks. The SDR-H60 has a huge 60GB hard disk and super powerful 50x optical zoom.

Product detail
The SDR-H60 can hold up to 54 hours of recording in LP Mode when the built-in hard disk is used. It also boasts Panasonic's Advanced O.I.S. Detecting & correcting hand-shake, this high-performance system is about eight times more effective than previous systems & suppresses even tiny amounts of blurring caused by hand-shake. It protects data well too, thanks to its exceptional reliability.

This is made possible by the super-reliable SD Memory Card, which does not require any kind of transport mechanism, together with an Anti-Shock Shield that helps protect the built-in hard disk from the effects of external impact. With its extended recording times & rugged design, this model is ideal for shooting lengthy events or taking on the road.

Features:
Product Description: Panasonic SDR-H60EB-S - camcorder - hard disc drive, flash card
Product Type: Camcorder - Widescreen Video Capture
Dimensions (WxDxH): 6.7 cm x 11.6 cm x 7 cm
Weight: 340 g
Colour: Silver
Media Type: Hard disc drive, flash card
Hard Drive: Hard disc drive - built-in - 60 GB
Analogue Video Format: PAL
Sensor Resolution: 800 Kpix
Effective Sensor Resolution Video: 400 Kpix - Still: 0.41 Mpix
Shooting Modes: Digital photo mode
Lens Aperture: F/2.0-5.0
Focus Adjustment Automatic, manual
Focal Length: 1.8 mm - 90 mm
Image Stabiliser: Optical (Advanced O.I.S.)
Microphone: Microphone - built-in - stereo
Display: LCD display - TFT active matrix - 2.7" - colour
Supported Battery:1 x Li-ion rechargeable battery ( included )

4 Comments

Original Poster

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I still dont see the point in spending this amount of money on a cam if it dosent do HD at least 720p. who cares about hard drive when you have SDHC. might as well get a DV cam. but i speak for myself.
Nice post by the way hot.

Banned

should really be sub £200 by now

QVC one seemed the batter deal by far!
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