Panasonic Camcorder HDC-TM200 Video Camera
Posted December 24, 2017 at 11:03 pm by Camera Price

WTSell: Panasonic Camcorder HDC-TM200 Video Camera

Panasonic HDC-TM200 High Definition Flash Memory Camcorder

The TM200 highlights three of Panasonic’s new 1/4.1-inch full-HD sensors. The 3MOS framework has the world’s most elevated aggregate pixel check of 9,150,000 pixels (3,050,000-pixel x 3). They record wonderful pictures even under diminish lighting while at the same time keeping up high determination. This propelled framework utilizes an indistinguishable approach from the 3-sensor frameworks that were first created for use in proficient communicate hardware. Utilizing separate MOS sensors to catch the red, green and blue light segments without light misfortune, they catch rich, expressive recordings with striking hues and super-fine points of interest that influence your pictures to wake up.

In still-picture mode the HD camcorder can record stills with up to 10.6 megapixels (3984 x 2656). At the point when all the while shooting a movement picture, it can record still pictures with up to 8.3 megapixels (3840 x 2160). This high pixel tally and Advanced O.I.S. imply that pictures look thick and lovely. Likewise, when playing back the movement pictures you shot, you can catch 2.1-megapixel (1920 x 1080) still pictures of any scene you need. Panasonic’s HD camcorder gives you a chance to appreciate high caliber in both movement and still pictures.

The new Relay Recording mode naturally changes from the implicit blaze memory (once it’s full) to the SDHC/SD Memory Card and keeps recording. You don’t need to stress over missing an essential shot while exchanging media.

• 16GB Internal Flash Memory
• SD/SDHC Memory Card
• 1920 x 1080 HD
• 9.15Mp 1/4.1″ 3MOS Sensor
• Leica Dicomar Lens
• 12x Optical Zoom
• Advanced O.I.S.
• 2.7″ Wide LCD
• HDMI Mini
• Relay Recording


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