Panasonic unveils new camcorders26 May 2011 17:12:46
A series of new camcorders has been unveiled by Panasonic.
The three-model HX series includes the entry level HX-DC1, the more advanced HX-DC15 and the waterproof HX-WA10.
All three cameras can be used in conjunction with SDXC memory cards.
According to crunchgear.com, the camcorders are based on the Xacti cameras that used to be made by Sanyo, a company Panasonic bought in 2009.
The HX-DC1 features a 14MP sensor, a stereo mic and a three-inch LCD display.
Meanwhile, the HX-DC15 model features similar specs but adds 16GB of internal memory.
The HX-WA10 comes with a smaller display (2.6 inches) and little internal memory (80MB) but is waterproof to three metres.
Earlier this month, Panasonic unveiled the new Lumix G3 digital camera.
The manufacturer claims the model is the smallest and lightest interchangeable lens system camera currently on the market.
It also features an SD card slot, compatible with SD, SDHC and SDXC memory cards.
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