Panasonic brings tow new 3D-capable 1MOS models to its 2010 camcorder lineup, the HDC-SD90 and HDC-TM90 that can record 3D video with the optional Panasonic 3D Conversion lens (VW-CLT1). Both SD90 and TM90 does 1920×1080/60p progressive Full HD video recording and are equipped with a 28mm wide angle lens with intelligent 40x zoom, which combined with HYBRID O.I.S. to capture blue-free images.
The HDC-SD90 and HDC-TM90 get the Crystal Engine PRO that instantly processes the huge amount of data that goes into Full-HD images, and further enhances Full-HD quality, and helps to record extremely clear, crisp videos even in low-lighting. They can capture 5 Megapixel still images with Intelligent Resolution and offers multiple scene modes and soft skin mode. The SD90 and TM90 also sport new zoom microphone and wind noise canceller for recording clear voice.
Both Panasonic HDC-SD90 and HDC-TM90 support SD/SDHC and SDXC memory cards, and the TM90 adds 16GB internal memory. These compact camcorders have a 3-inch touchscreen. You can pre-order these camcorders at Amazon with $549 for SD90 and $599 for TM90.