Panasonic 120GB Full HD Camcorder - Videocámara (MOS, 1/25 - 1/8000, 1920 x 1080 Pixeles, 25,4 / 4,1 mm (1 / 4.1"), 4 - 48 mm, Ión de litio)
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Altavoces incorporados: Si
Altura: 7,3 cm
Ancho: 7 cm
Balance de blancos de interiores: Si
Cantidad de puertos USB 2.0: 1
Capacidad de almacenamiento interno: 120 GB
Color del producto: Negro
Consumo energético: 7,8 W
Diagonal de la pantalla: 6,86 cm (2.7")
Enfoque manual: Si
Estabilizador de imagen: Si
Flash integrado: Si
Iluminación mínima: 1,6 lx
Intervalo de longitud focal: 4 - 48 mm
Longitud focal (equivalente a película de 35 mm): 44,9 - 539 mm
Mando a distancia: Si
Micrófono incorporado: Si
Micrófono, jack de entrada: Si
Peso: 460 g
Profundidad: 14,1 cm
Requisitos de energía: DC 7.2V / 9.3V
Resolución: 1920 x 1080 Pixeles
Salida de audio: 1
Salida de vídeo: 1
Sistema de lentes: Leica Dicomar
Software incluido: HD Writer AE 1.0
Tamaño de filtro: 4,3 cm
Tamaño del sensor óptico: 25,4 / 4,1 mm (1 / 4.1")
Tecnología de batería: Ión de litio
Tipo de cable: Video Component, AV, USB, AC/DC
Tipo de sensor: MOS
Total de megapixeles: 10,6 MP
Velocidad de obturador: 1/25 - 1/8000
Video componente (YPbPr/YCbCr) salida: 1
Zoom óptico: 12x
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However, it has so many settings on it that it confused me when I first started using it. The videos are heavily compressed, so if you're filming in a dark room, you'd better hit the iA (intellegent auto) button and let the camera make it's determination as to what the best setting is.
I love the fact that I can take over manual focus and make the background blurry and the subject clear and it also has a grid helper, so that I can shoot using the Rule of Thirds more easily.
I didn't like the fact that it doesn't have a firewire port. Actually, that's a huge inconvenience that I was not expecting. It may be because I (unexpectedly to me) received the Japanese version of this camera. It has some strange port that they don't use here in America.
I've used this camera along with my Canon T2i to take nice scenes. Using Adobe Premiere Pro, I was able to color match the footage to/with the phenomenal T2i and just get amazing footage. The footage straight out of the camera is far too dull.
I've added a UV filter and a lens hood and the footage is much better, but still no where near a digital SLR. That being said, it's far easier to use.
I hated this camera when I first got it, but that was my own fault for not reading the manual like I usually do. Now I love my little buddy! READ THE ENTIRE MANUAL!
Please note: If you try recording straight out of the box in a low light situation, you're footage will look like it was shot with a cell phone! However, with the right setting you'll get good results. Add a good video light and you'll have no problems.
You may also want to purchase an extended battery. I got two batteries, plus a charger on amazon for some ridiculously low price. Maybe $30. I can shoot for six hours plus now.
Pros: There are so many good features it is difficult to determine where to start. Switching from Video to Stills is easy and smooth. The touch screen is a big plus in navigating through the various menus. For the advanced user the are numerous manual options to chose from. The 10..6 megapixel stills are better that my 8.2 megapixel Canon D20 digital still camera. I purchased a 16 GB Transcend SDHC card to compliment the 120 GB internal hard drive. I used both the hard drive and the card in Vegas. It is very easy to transfer files from one to another. The video and still files work well with editing software. I use CyberLink Power Director 7 Ultra. Cables are provided to link up to HD TVs and pro logic receivers with the HDMI mini. Other cables are also provided. The thumb nails provide easy access to the video clips and stills.
Cons: The camera button and touch screen might pose some difficulty for a person with large hands. In this case the stylus to navigate the touch screen is necessary. Do not buy the filter sets that use a reduction ring from 43 mm to 37 mm. You end up with vignetting at the wide angle setting. I purchased Tiffen 43 mm filters. The additional Tele and Wide angle lenses are not worth the money. There is no neck strap or case available for this camera. Therefore I purchase a Lowpro gadget bag. It can be used as a fanny pack this a belt.
Conclusion: A bit pricey but Panasonic has put together a great overall package.