In years past, mini grants have been awarded for things like a Panasonic Palmcorder used by education students to make videos of themselves presenting lesson plans for digital portfolios, a WYSE math and science competition held on campus for area high
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The Good Three-CCD color fidelity; compact design; competitive price; decent still-photo quality; large flip-out LCD. The Bad Auto-exposure responsiveness; lack of mechanical controls for oft-used adjustments; zoom control; suboptimal low-light performance.
The Good Very good video quality; light and relatively compact; side-loading cassette; smooth zoom control; inexpensive. The Bad Awkward menu and manual focus control; noisy low-light images; weak built-in light. The Bottom Line It lacks bells and whistles ...
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The other modes still use interlaced video, and HE mode operates at 6Mbits/sec. The HDC-HS9 uses a trio of 1/6in CCDs, each with a gross 560,000 pixels. Panasonic's dinky HDC-SD9 may have grabbed the lion's share of our attention, but it was released in tandem with another new model. The HS9 records video in the AVCHD format, which uses the more efficient MPEG-4 AVC H. 264 compression system rather than the MPEG-2 of HDV. The HS9 still has an SD card slot, but we can't see it getting much use with so much space readily available on board. The HA, HG and HX modes record at 1,920 x 1,080, but HE uses the same 1,440 x 1,080 frame size as HDV.
Panasonic HDC-HS9 Camcorder review
Panasonic's dinky HDC-SD9 may have grabbed the lion's share of our attention, but it was released in tandem with another new model. The HDC-HS9 doesn't have quite the same miniaturised appeal, being about 10mm wider and noticeably heavier.
Panasonic HDC-SD100 review
Panasonic has been resolutely sticking with CCD technology for its camcorders, where even JVC has switched over to CMOS sensors for its latest GZ-HD10 and GZ-HD40. Now, with the HDC-SD100, even this last bastion is making the switch. But instead of ...
Panasonic HDC-SD9 - Full HD Camcorder review
A couple of weeks ago, we were lucky enough to get an early hands-on with Panasonic's new HDC-SD9. Now we've been sent one for a more extensive test. So here are our conclusions, and final assessment. First, we should reiterate that this is a very ...
Samsung HMX-R10BP review
And so here is the Samsung HMX-R10, a camcorder that isn't styled like a traditional palmcorder (think Panasonic's HDC-SD10) or even an upright model (such as the Sanyo Xacti VPC-HD2000). Samsung has decided on a unique approach that sees the ...
JVC Everio GZ-X900 review
Although JVC is sometimes overshadowed by the big three camcorder manufacturers - Canon, Panasonic and Sony - it still regularly leads the market for innovation. First with the upright palmcorder format, and first to use a hard disk in a consumer ...
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http://panasonic-ta1.com/ This ultra thin Panasonic TA1 pocket camcorder is YouTube Ready, and you can connect to Skype using it as a web cam. It also takes still pictures, all in a thin and affordable package. The HM-TA1R is a winner!(Posted by GMiller049 at 08/19/10)