- The high resolution is provided by three MOS sensors, which measure 1 / 4.1 inches in size. are.
- Convenient and easy operationThe Panasonic HDC-SD200 is equipped with many automatic exposure aids, including the ” intelligent automatic ”, which selects even the right program, thus taking away all the ‘work’ from the photographer.
- Most of the operation is done via the monitor, which is a touch-sensitive touch screen and measures 2.7 inches diagonally.
- The display can also be turned to the front so that the filmmaker does not always have to stand behind the camera.
- On the touch screen, a specific object can be marked with the finger, which the autofocus then “tracks” independently, in order to always depict it in the optimum focus.
- Also helpful with ideally exposed shots is the fade-in zebra pattern that marks the spots in the image that are being overexposed and the ‘Intelligent Contrast Control’.
- The Panasonic HDC-SD200 is particularly interesting for filmmakers who do not want to make manual adjustments, but prefer to have the right exposure from the camera itself.
- The length of the recording is limited and depends on the memory card used.
- Panasonic promises to have increased the quality of the recordings over the forerunner models by using larger sensors.
- The lens ring is then only for decoration, as opposed to the big siblings who use it for various adjustments.
- Nevertheless, also has the SD200 on various influence on exposure and sharp, but the menu must beeavored.
- The fact that it costs 200 euros less after the price cut, however, has consequences: A focus ring is missing, and functions such as zebra and time-lapse it knows as little as connections for microphone and accessories.
Panasonic Hdc Sd200 Review
Panasonic HDC SD200 review.
Penmaen Burrows Video Test (Panasonic Hdc Sd)
Just a quick run down at Penmaen Burrows behind me on the Gower Peninsula, Swansea,South Wales having a run with the