The HDC-Z10000 officially supports the new AVCHD 3D/Progressive standard. This powerful camcorder is designed to single-handedly meet the level of quality that is demanded both for 2D image production, and for the growing need for 3D image production.
Professional-Quality 2D/3D Images
Crystal Engine Pro II
F1.5 Lens with Nano Surface Coating
1080/60p (50p) Recording
FULL HD 3D Recording with Double 3MOS System
3D Macro Close-ups to 45cm
Twin XLR Terminals
Linear PCM Recording
5.1ch Surround Sound System
Triple Manual Rings
3D Convergence Control
Independent Control Buttons / Function Memory
Dual SD Card Slot
Multi Format Recording
Sophisticated Image Tuning
Custom Scene Function
Professional-Quality Full-HD 2D and FULL HD 3D Images
The Double 3MOS System reflects the essence of a number of unique technologies that Panasonic has accumulated. This advanced imaging system combines two large-diameter F1.5 lenses featuring a special Nano Surface Coating technology, with two independent, high-sensitivity 3MOS sensors left and right for superb color and detail reproduction, and the newly developed Crystal Engine Pro II for high-speed processing. The result: an entirely new dimension in lifelike imaging.
The HDC-Z10000 employs two independent, high-sensitivity 3MOS sensors, left and right, each with a three-sensor configuration. This provides a resolution of 6.57 million effective motion image pixels (2.19 million x 3)*. With their excellent color reproduction and strong low-light shooting capability, these 3MOS sensors maximize the quality of FULL HD 3D and Full-HD progressive images.
Crystal Engine Pro II
The newly developed, ultra-high-speed Crystal Engine Pro II performs high-speed processing of the 4K2K-equivalent pixels that are obtained with pixel shift technology, superb Full-HD image quality is achieved even in detailed images. The improved processing capability also provides dramatic noise reduction effects, to achieve clear, high-quality 2D and 3D images.
AVCHD Progressive Compliant 1080/60p(50p) Recording
1080/60p(50p) recording (Full-HD, 1,920 x 1,080, 60(50) progressive recording) conveys about twice the information of 1080i (interlace) recording. Fast-moving subjects, such as in sports scenes, are smoothly recorded. The progressive recording of the HDC-Z10000 fully complies with the new AVCHD Progressive standard.