Released September, 2009
The Pros:Pretty good daylight performance. Very small and light design. Pretty good touchscreen performance with a well laid out interface.
The Cons:Very bad low light performance. Screen tearing/rolling shudder is a noticeable problem with quick panning.
The Panasonic HDC-TM10 is a late 2009 camcorder that is very similiar to the HDC-SD10. They both have a limited 16x zoom, advanced optical image stabilization, 1920 x 1080 full-HD videos, 8GB of built-in memory, and most important of all: an extremely light body that weighs only 0.5 pounds.
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One of the main differences of the Panasonic HDC-TM10 is that it comes in different color options of black or silver. Another feature that the HDC-SD10 doesn't have is the Twin Memory Recording, a feature that automatically switches the recording from the built-in hard drive to the SDHC/SD memory card when the built-in memory is full. This provides a smooth recording uninterrupted by the need to switch from one storage to the other manually.
- Weight: 0.5 lbs
- 8GB Built-In memory
- Twin Memory Recording
- SDHC/SD Memory Card slot
- Auto Focus / Auto Exposure Tracking
- Intelligent Scene Selector
- Face Detection
- Advanced Optical Image Stabilization
- 16x optical zoom
- Touch Screen
- 1.9-sec Quick Power-On
User Reviews (1)
Pretty good daylight performance.
Very small and light design.
Pretty good touchscreen performance with a well laid out interface.
Quick power-on/off feature works really well with no noticeable battery drain.
Genuine 16x optical zoom offers great performance.
Very bad low light performance.
Screen tearing/rolling shudder is a noticeable problem with quick panning.
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