If you’ve been searching for a new camcorder and your criteria is to own the best, then you’ll probably end up at a selection of Panasonic camcorders in the HDC- 900 series. You have read the specs and your journey made an abrupt halt. Odds are it was the 1080/50p recording (Full HD, 1920 x 1080, 50 progressive recording) that transmits the video bits in a format that sends twice the information of the industry standard 1080i recording that convinced you the 900 series could produce the ultimate in image quality, exceeding conventional full HD images.
The 1080/50p recording convention is given another chance to show remarkable picture quality improvement when the data is being constructed from the Panasonic camcorders innovative 3 MOS system separates the scenes lighting received through the lens into the three primary colors of red, green and blue, and then feeds the images into individual MOS sensors to processes each color independently. This combination alone produces perception tingling bright color HD playback.
While 1,080, 50 progressive recording will greatly reduce the opportunity for afterimages and flickering caused by subject motion, Panasonic’s Hybrid O.I.S. is a optical/electrical image stabilization system that further reduces the possible blurring caused by vertical/horizontal wrist movements. With this powerful correction combination you will experience beautiful images even when shooting on the move or zooming.