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Panasonic Reveals TM350 and TM30 Record-Breaking Camcorders

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Panasonic has just unveiled 2 new camcorders (the HDC-TM350 and TM30) that are both "record-breaking". Some similarities between the 2 camcorders are: a 2.7-inch LCD display, USB connectivity, a microSDHC card slot, and HDMI interfaces. Now let's talk about the differences.

First up is the HDC-TM350 (above) which has 64GB of internal memory and Panasonic is claiming that this device is the "world's largest capacity full HD camcorder." Other features, include: a 10.6MP CMOS sensor, 12x zoom, and 5.1-channel sound support. The TM350 will hit Japan on June 25 for $1,500 USD.

Next up is the TM30 (above) that has a 32GB HDD and Panasonic "claims that with a weight of 227g, the TM30 is the lightest camcorder of its kind in the industry", which is also record-breaking. The TM30 also has a 2.1MP CMOS sensor, 16x zoom, and 2-channel sound support. The TM30 will also hit Japan on June 25, but it'll have a lower $1,000 USD price tag.

Panasonic has now announced if the camcorders will be available anywhere else, but hopefully it will be in the future.

[Crunch Gear]


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