Digital video cameras showed up about fifteen years back, high-definition just 5 years ago, and today video is becoming 3D too. This is how it works; the unique 3D transformation camera lens captures left-eye and right-eye visuals at the same time via the pair of lenses, hence creating video footage which may be viewed in 3D. The images are recorded in an image resolution of 960 by 1080 pixels which will come across great on regular three dimensional TV sets. Without having the three dimensional transformation lens connected, any HDC-SDT750K works additionally as a high-performance full High definition video camera. The actual lens is made for close-up depth perception within the three to fifteen foot range; it also does not have any kind of zoom capacity. Overall, the actual video camera has not significantly changed from the HDC-TM700, with the exception that the item is now delivered together with the attachable 3D transformation lens, benefits from enhanced noise reduction and also comes with an updated OIS.
Fortunately, it isn’t really too difficult to change the actual screw-on lens, in order to change it into a typical zoom capable 2D video camera. Whenever you do insert the three dimensional lens back again there is a easy series of startup selections, that allow you to fine-tune the actual twin lenses inside the 3D add-on using a couple of knobs concealed within a compartment on the actual assembly.