Panasonic SDR-S150 Camcorder - Silver

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The Panasonic SDR-S150 3-CCD SD Camcorder is much more than just a replacement for the Panasonic's popular SDR-S100. At first glance the SDR-S150 features seem to be the same with its Leica Dicomar lens, 10x optical zoom, 3.1Mp still mode, and a 2.8" LCD screen, but Panasonic made a few changes that have a great impact on this camcorder. The Dual-Engine processor captures moving images with such incredible precision that images caught in LP mode have the same level of resolution as those caught in standard SP mode. Panasonic also upgraded the image stabilizer to an Optical Image Stabilizer and is the first camcorder to take advantage of the SDHC memory card. All in all this is a great camera at a price that wont leave you pinching your pocketbook.

Three Video Chips

This camcorder comes equipped with three 800K video chips, ensuring the highest video quality. Record your memories with breathtaking clarity.
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Dual Processing Engines

The SDR-S150 has a Crystal Engine that renders highly precise, life-like colours, while the new Panasonic MPEG2 Engine records in LP mode, at a level of recording quality that is almost as clear as standard SP mode.
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Leica Dicomar Lens

With such features as a two-stage neutral density filter, the multi-coated lens on this camcorder adds a high level of detail to your videos and stills.
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2.8" Wide LCD Screen

Need to shoot your footage with ease? The 2.8" LCD on this camcorder ensures that you won't miss a single detail.
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SDHC Slot

The DSHC memory card is a higher capacity version of the conventional SD Card, the SDHC cards have the capacity to store an astounding 32GB at higher speeds than the standard SD cards.
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Optical Image Stabilizer (OIS)

While a digital image stabilizer compensates for shaking by adjusting the picture frame by frame, an Optical Image Stabilizer (OIS) avoids the shaking before the image is captured. OIS uses a a floating lens element that is moved relative to the rest of the lens, to maintain a balanced picture.

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