Sony Handycam HDR-TD10
Released January, 2011
The Pros:Can play directly to a 3D HDTV with an HDMI cable. Recorded 3D content plays back in full 1080i at 59.94FPS, very smooth. Compact camera design, not too bulky to carry around.
The Cons:No Apple support provided, generally won't get good results on anything other than a genuine PC. Limited compatibility with other equipment in general. Takes some time to get used to the included 3D glasses, will make you feel a little dizzy.
The Sony Handycam HDR-TD10 is a flagship 3D camcorder released in 2011 and described as the “world’s first Double Full HD” camcorder. It features two Sony G lenses, two Exmor R CMOS image sensors, and two BIONZ image processors.
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This combination allows users to record 3D content at full 1080p high-definition, and then view it with 3D active glasses on a 3D HDTV. Mind you, the content can also be watched without glasses directly from the unit’s built-in 3.5” 3D touchscreen display. As for its camcorder specs, they include a 10x optical zoom lens, a 160x zoom for digital only, and 64GB of included memory.
- 3D Digital HD Video Camera Recorder
- G Lens (x2)
- BIONZ Image Processor (x2)
- Back-Illuminated CMOS Sensor (x2)
- Xtra Fine LCD 3D Display
- JPEG Up To 3072x2304
- MVC 3D HD 28Mbps 1080p
- MPEG4-AVC 28Mbps 1080p
- Dolby Digital 5.1ch
- Integrated Zoom Microphone
- Linear Phase Speaker
- Internal Flash Memory
- Memory Stick PRODuo
- Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo
- HD Out Mini
- Component Video Out
- TypeA/AB USB
- Bravia Sync
User Reviews (1)
can play directly to a 3D HDTV with an HDMI cable
recorded 3D content plays back in full 1080i at 59.94FPS, very smooth
compact camera design, not too bulky to carry around
works well in street lighting at night, very little noise
easy enough to use without reading the manual, on-screen instructions guide you through anything slightly tricky
no Apple support provided, generally won't get good results on anything other than a genuine PC
limited compatibility with other equipment in general
takes some time to get used to the included 3D glasses, will make you feel a little dizzy
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