The United Kingdom has been witnessed launch of Panasonic VT20 Plasma 3DTV there. Samsung has already launched its 3D in the UK. This shows that now the United Kingdom can choose between 2 world class 3D technologies as far as TVs are concerned.
The Panasonic TX-P50VT20 Plasma 3D TV has many extra facilities. It has inbuilt internet, 4HDMI outputs, Freesat HD and built in Freeview HD. You can use this TV to visit most of the popular sites like face book, Skype and YouTube.
This TV will include 2 pairs of active shutter glasses which you will require while watching TV in 3D technology. It has a pro technology through which you can create many things like intelligent frame creation.
Panasonic TC-P50VT20 is priced around £2299.99 for the United Kingdom.
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By now actually Panasonic’s 2010 V- series Plasma which are 3D capable are very popular in the market. They are the leaders for 50” and above screens. After being so good at such a big screen they have now announced two new different sizes, 46” and 42” which is priced at $3833 (¥350,000 ) and $3,285 (¥300,000) respectively. The will be launching it on July 30 and everybody is sure that they will be successful in these two products also. Panasonic has already experienced very good demand for its earlier product in 3D television. The new products are fit for the smaller houses and the smaller budgets. It will definitely give you the high of playing 3D games.
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The world of 3D technology loves to bring lots of improvement as well as invention each and every day in our life. The 3D always gives new chance to ask what will be the next. Well Panasonic has recently given a new release which will shock you. Panasonic has made a big logical jump in the field of 3D technology; the TV with the 3D technology is perfect for the 3D sports as well as movies. In the coming future, you will not only scroll back and forth across the television but in and out of the TV screen, plus with the web interface of 3D, all your habits of browsing might be changed.
In America this system was totally developed and previewed at CES. The system might have appeared before but the 3D effect is totally different this time. The system is colorful as well as bright with the big statements. The design looks totally good but the final version is still to be seen. The 3D technology gives birth to the new invention and ideas as well as impressive improvement. Panasonic will launch the 3D TV in the coming future.
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The LUMIX GF2 new compact system camera is introduced by Panasonic. With a built in flash the camera system comes with lightest and smallest interchangeable lens. This camera comes with movie recording with full HD effect and high quality still images. The user can take the image of 3D from any where with great clarity. The lens size of the compact camera is F12/12.5 mm. If you want to feel confident then this interchangeable Panasonic camera can be a great deal for you. When the camera comes to market in the mid of February the price of this camera would be $499.95. So hurry and get this camera for yourself when it hits the store first.
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Panasonic has just released four point-and-shoots Lumix cameras. Lumix camera offers great and very interesting features like ultracompact camera line, rugged camera, and pocket megazoom. There are two most amazing 12-megapixel subcompacts. The very first one is strong Lumix DMC-TS3 which basically involves a GPS in-built feature and the second one is Lumix DMC-FX78, which has a touch screen LCD with brilliant zoom lens.
The DMS-TS3 model also has various other features like a barometer, altimeter and compass, which may be useful for tracking or hiking hurricanes. The DMS-TS3 model is now waterproof to around 40 feet of depth and is able to survive a 6.6 foot drop. Like its predecessor, Lumix DSM-TS3 also has zoom lens that is non-telescoping. These new Panasonic models revealed just a few days ago at CES, these models provide amazing features such as enhanced in-camera GPS, 3D still-image shooting, a combination of button operated and touch screen controls and specially coated and new lens glass that will help in capturing sharp and crisp images.
The DMC-FX78 model has a high zoom compact 5x zoom with aperture of f/2.5. Most point-and-shoots have less wide aperture as compared to Lumix DMC-FX78. Panasonic again built the same touch screen auto-focusing feature as it built into some SLR-like models, which helps you choose the focus point by simply touching the screen. Both these models DMC-TS3 and DMC-FX78 uses a particular 3D burst mode to capture 3D photos. Both these models store the 3D image as MPO file which can be then viewed on a computer monitor, digital frame or an HDTV. They also have the feature of capturing full HD resolution video. Panasonic also revealed two ZS-series with around 16x zoom. The actual prices of these models were not announced.
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Panasonic announces price on the new Lumix
Panasonic has earned the right to not be questioned, but it still perplexes many that they continue to release items without giving consumers the expected price tag. We read the descriptions online upon release, get all excited, and still have no idea where we stand when it comes to budget. Is it brilliant? Maybe… Is it shady? Definitely maybe… Does it work? Absolutely…
However, the new Lumix family of cameras from Panasonic has completed its public identity with the newly released retail cost suggestions. The DMC line including the ZS10, ZS8, TS3 and FX78 all retail from $299.99-$399.99. Ouch! However, any selection from this line with the exception of the ZS8 will give you beautiful 3D capabilities. With all of the press 3D technology has been getting lately, I’m sure the price tag won’t hinder those that are hell bent on getting one.
Panasonic usually doesn’t disappoint when it comes to electronics, but the determining factor for many consumers at the moment relies on the product’s price point. But, the best technology doesn’t come cheaply, and those wanting to get in on the next best thing have to pay the piper…
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Panasonic has a right to be proud of their impressive flagship Blu-ray player. The DMP-BDT300 may not be as sleek as other designs that we’ve seen, but the two-tone appearance still has some style. When you handle one, you’ll immediately notice that the unit seems to be built well, which makes it a popular choice for those looking for a Blu-ray player that can stand the test of time.
3D compatible and complete with a second HDMI output, the DMP-BDT300 allows you to utilize older equipment that may not have the HDMI v1.4 switching that newer setups have. This gives you the ability to get the 3D content you crave while getting HD sound to your audio system. Just to make the unit a bit more enticing, you’ll have an SD slot, bringing your home movies to life in HD with no problem.
The interface didn’t wow us in testing, however, as it seemed a bit laborious to use. But, with so many other upsides, we found this pretty easy to get over. The 3D capabilities are great, and the images that flashed across our HD screen were about as alive as one could hope for.
All in all, with prices starting to be slashed on the unit, the DMP-BDT300 is a great Blu-ray player for those looking for compatibility and a durable deck. If you find one, take the chance…there’s little doubt that you’ll be completely satisfied with your decision.
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Panasonic has the simplest 3D range. It has only two models, the first one with 50” and the second with 65”. This is the biggest size in all the 3D TVs. It comes with two pair of 3D glasses. Panasonic has the best sound of all. Price of 50” is £2,000 and for 65” it is £5000.
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Panasonic and Twentieth Century Fox home entertainment along with Universal Studios Home Entertainment has started a new partnership. The partnership will bring two popular 3D movies on Blu-ray 3D. These Blu-ray CDs will be given to the consumers who will purchase VIERA VT25 Full HD 3D TV from Panasonic.
Consumers who will buy Panasonic VIERA VT25 Full HD 3D Plasma from May 16th to July 10th will be able to receive these 2 3D Blu-ray CDs. The movies are Universal’s ‘Coraline’ and ‘Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs’ by Fox. Consumers need to claim these Blu-ray 3D movies by a mail-in coupon. You can visit Panasonic official website for further details.
VIERA VT25 series of Panasonic is available to the consumers of the United States in the month of May. 50” and 54” are the two sizes available from this model which will be available in May. The price of the 50” will be $2,599.95 and for the 54” it is $2,999.95
There will be some bigger sizes also which will be releasing in June. The price of those bigger sizes will be higher than the current sizes. For the 58” price is $3,399.95 and $4,299.95 is the price for the 65” model.
Panasonic display group vice president Henry Hauser has announced that Panasonic is very happy about its long relationship with the Hollywood community and will work together towards the 3D era. Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment and Universal Studios Home Entertainment are very valued partners of Panasonic. The partnership is going to bring Full HD 3D home theater system for the consumer as well as giving them the most fascinating experience of watching two classics in full HD.
In 2010 Las Vegas, at Consumer Electronic Show, Panasonic VIERA VT25 series has been awarded as the ‘Best of Show’ award.
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The ads are everywhere, and Panasonic is making sure that you know that with every Panasonic 3DTV you buy, you get a free copy of Avatar 3d. Now that in itself is a brilliant move on their part, marketing- wise. But apparently, Panasonic UK retains exclusive rights to sell/ give away Avatar 3D till their contract ends in 2012 february. It’s a bit ridiculous, and totally unfair to those who aren’t big fans of Panasonic but really want Avatar (hey, it is a great movie after all). Of course, there’s always an option of going online and picking up a copy of the disk on ebay, but with a price tag of $150, I’d say that’s not going to be happening much either.
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