- It captures video in full high definition resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels and saves to either hard disk or memory card (SD, SDHC).
- The hard drive has a capacity of 240 gigabytes and can store over 30 hours of video in the highest quality.
- In addition, the HS350 has a 12x optical zoom and is protected against camera shake by an optical image stabilizer.
- Viewfinder and Pursuing AutofocusThe Panasonic HDC-HS350 has a monitor that measures 2.7 inches diagonally.
- For the recording of the videos the currently very popular AVCHD format is used.
- To capture images as comfortably as possible, the HDC-HS350 also features face recognition and autofocus, which ‘tracks’ subjects in motion.
- The Panasonic HDC-HS350 is with its large hard disk space a real ” Vielfilmer ”.
- However, some see this as a certain disadvantage, but the large storage space entices you to no longer save the movies on the PC.
- If you keep that in mind, you can only benefit from the HS350’s large storage space.
- In this, we were once interested in the direct confrontation between the largely comparable top devices from the HDV and AVCHD sectors.
- This was the Panasonic HDC-HS300 against the Canon HV20 (recording technically identical to the HV30 and HV40).
- There were a variety of motives in quite critical recording situations available.
- Both video cameras had to prove themselves with strong contrasts, fine details, many different light moods and when darkness falls.
- Here, the HV20 fought as a one-chip model against the Dreichipgerat HS300.
- In practice, no image assessments can certainly be determined.
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