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Panasonic Releases New HD Cameras and Camcorders

Panasonic Releases New HD Cameras and Camcorders

Panasonic has just released two new HD mobile cameras (the HM-TA20, and TA2) , and three full-HD camcorders (HX WA10, HX-DC10 and HX-DC1). The TA20 camera is waterproof, shockproof and dustproof (which sounds great to me, with two small kids in my house), and has a night view mode for shooting in dim lighting. It has a 3.0 inch touch LCD, and also can be used as a webcam with Skype. Continue after the cut to see all the details about these devices.

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RED Scarlet adds HDRx video support for extra $1,000

RED Scarlet adds HDRx video support for extra $1,000

Tell most would-be customers that you're adding $1,000 to the price tag of whatever it is they're waiting for, and you'd prompt a revolution; that just goes to show how unusual - and unusually dedicated - high-end camera manufacturer RED's customers are, since they've not only accepted a $1k increase on the upcoming RED Scarlet, but welcomed it.  The extra money is in return for HDRx functionality, something the company has been talking about since mid-September only in relation to the more expensive RED EPIC.

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Samsung HMX-E10 swivelling 1080p HD pocket camcorder outed

Samsung HMX-E10 swivelling 1080p HD pocket camcorder outed

Samsung's second imaging product of the morning is the HMX-E10 camcorder, a point-and-shoot model capable of Full HD video and packing a 270-degree swivelling lens.  The E10 shoots 1080p 30fps video and 8-megapixel stills, and as with similar pocket camcorders has a pop-out USB plug that's used for offloading content to your computer together with recharging the battery.

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