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81. Panasonic PVL652 VHS-C Multicam
$336.99 $329.99
82. Replacement Lamp FORPT-L200U/PT-L300U
Too low to display $199.99 list($259.99)
83. Panasonic DMCLC50 3.2MP Digital
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84. Panasonic SVAV10 MPEG4 e-Wear
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85. Panasonic PV-SD4090 1.3MP Digital
$299.99
86. Panasonic SV-AS10D D-Snap 2MP
$134.49 list($217.08)
87. Drum Kit for Kx-p7100 7105 7110
$89.95 list($109.99)
88. Panasonic 256 MB Secure Digital
$329.99 list($499.99)
89. Panasonic PVDV103 MiniDV Compact
$13.60 list($22.08)
90. Panasonic Toner Kit (1600 Pages)
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91. Panasonic Lumix DMC-LC80 5MP Digital
$3.40
92. Panasonic 6-Volt Photo Lithium
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93. Panasonic Lumix DMC-F7 2.1MP Digital
$225.00 list($299.99)
94. Panasonic PVL453 VHS-C Camcorder
$337.93 list($349.81)
95. Panasonic REPLACEMENT LAMP ( ET-LA735
96. PANASONIC HHR-3EPA/2B Rechargeable
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97. PANASONICCGR-H502A BATTERY FOR
$471.99 list($599.99)
98. Panasonic PVDV203 MiniDV Compact
$161.99 $124.93 list()
99. PANASONIC KX-FA75 Imaging/Toner
$24.99 $24.92 list()
100. PANASONIC RP-SD032 SD Flash Memory

81. Panasonic PVL652 VHS-C Multicam Camcorder w/ 3.0"Color LCD & 8MB SD Memory Card
by Panasonic
list price: $399.99
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Asin: B000064579
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 6188
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Amazon.com Product Description

Digital pictures aren't unique to digital camcorders anymore--the Panasonic PVL652 functions as both a VHS-C camcorder and a digital camera. It also features a large, 3-inch color LCD, 20x optical zoom, high performance two-hour battery, and special digital effects like strobe, wipe, and 16 x 9 widescreen. You can even digitally add color filters to your video without having to attach one to the lens.

Lens
The lens features an optical zoom magnification of 20x along with an 800x digital zoom, which works by electronically enhancing the optical image. The digital image stabilization system keeps the picture steady and solid throughout zooms and camera shakes.

Digital Stills
The PhotoShot mode allows the PVL652 to take digital stills, storing them on the included 8 MB Secure Digital card. SD memory cards are high-capacity memory cards that can be easily connected to PCs, TVs, and PDAs that are equipped with an SD slot. The MagicPix function produces full-color still images when you're in low-light situations.

Inputs and Outputs
The standard RCA input/output and cable are included, so you can hook the camcorder to a TV for convenient viewing or a VCR for dubbing to regular VHS. ... Read more


82. Replacement Lamp FORPT-L200U/PT-L300U
list price: $329.99
our price: $336.99
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Asin: B0000DZFJJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: PANASONIC
Sales Rank: 87928
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Product Description

Imagine yourself on a long stretch of road in the middle of the desert with a flat tire, 50 miles to the next gas station and no spare in the trunk. ... Read more


83. Panasonic DMCLC50 3.2MP Digital Camera with 3x Optical Zoom
by Panasonic
list price: $259.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B0001FT3HU
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 1636
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Incorporating a Leica 3x optical zoom lens and a 3.2-megapixel resolution, the Panasonic DMC-LC50 offers professional optics in a classically styled camera at an affordable price. The DMC-LC50 also features several automated scene modes and video capture with sound. It is considerably more compact and 2 ounces lighter than its predecessor, the Lumix DMC-LC33.

Optics and Resolution
The DMC-LC50 captures 3-megapixel images up to 2048 x 1526 pixels for 8 x 10 inch photo-quality prints and medium-quality 11 x 14 enlargements. Other resolution modes include 1600 x 1200, 1280 x 960, and 640 x 480. The 3x optical zoom is joined by a 3x digital zoom for a 9x total zoom.

Like all Panasonic Lumix digital cameras, the DMC-LC50 is equipped with a lens made by Leica, manufacturer of precision optical technologies. The top compact lens in the world-renowned Leica family, the DC Vario-Elmarit lens combines comfortably small size with superb image rendering. Its features include:

  • Seven elements in six groups
  • 3x zoom lens system is equivalent to a 35mm to 105mm lens
  • Three aspherical lenses
  • F2.8-F4.9 brightness
  • Focal distance of 5.8mm to 17.4mm
  • Multi-coating technology minimizes ghosting caused by excessive light
  • Fast shutter speeds

Movie Mode
In addition to taking still photos, the DMC-LC50 can also record 320 x 240 movie clips at 10 frames per second with audio. Your video length is limited only by the size of your memory card.

More Features
The Mega Burst Imaging function allows you to take consecutive pictures at an incredible quick rate, making it perfect for capturing fast-moving objects in high resolution. The DMC-LC50 captures up to 8 consecutive images in standard mode (at either 3.5 or 2 frames per second) or 5 images in fine mode. You can then view your shots on the camera's LCD screen to choose the shot you want and delete the rest.

The Lumix DMC-LC50 features a Mode Dial that gives you a variety of settings to choose from to help give you the best shot possible based on your shooting environment. Modes include simple, normal picture, economy, macro, portrait, landscape, night portrait, and moving image.

The Venus Engine LSI generates the luminance signal of the primary color CCD using all three colors (red, green, blue) for improved diagonal image resolution, compared to conventional CCDs that use only one color (green) to do so, resulting in rich, expressive images. This LSI also handles image processing, LCD functions, and writing to the memory card concurrently, for an overall quick camera response.

Other features include:

  • 1.5-inch LCD screen (114k pixels) and optical viewfinder
  • Built-in flash with auto, red-eye reduction, slow synchro, and forced on/off modes
  • ISO sensitivity: Auto, 50, 100, 200, and 400
  • White balance modes: Auto, Daylight, Cloudy, Halogen, and White Set
  • Self timer of 10 and 2 seconds

Storage and Transfer
Images can be stored on the included 8 MB Secure Digital memory card; the DMC-LC50 is also compatible with MultiMedia (MMC) cards. Images can be downloaded to either a Mac or PC via USB 1.1, which means it can be connected to any USB-compatible Windows Me/2000/XP and Mac OS 8.6 or later computer without installing any software.

Power and Size
The camera is powered by 2 AA batteries (alkalines included, rechargeable NiMH batteries recommended). Using alkaline batteries, you should expect the battery to capture approximately 200 shots with the LCD on. It measures 3.44 by 2.6 by 1.39 inches (W x H x D) and weighs 5.6 ounces (excluding batteries).

What's in the Box
This package includes the Lumix DMC-LC50 digital camera, 8 MB Secure Digital card, 2 AA batteries, USB and A/V cables, and strap. The CD-ROM includes SD Viewer for DSC and Ulead Photo Explorer software. ... Read more

Features

  • 3x optical zoom plus 3x digital zoom for 9x total zoom
  • Leica DC Vario-Elmarit lens; movie mode with sound
  • Includes 16 MB Secure Digital (SD) memory card; also compatible with MultiMedia (MMC) cards
  • Powered by two AA batteries (alkalines included; NiMH rechargeables recommended); connects to PCs and Macs via USB 1.1

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Muy satisfecho con los resultados
Adquiri esta pequeña camara hace un mes aproxidamente y tenia mis dudas acerca de la calidad de las fotos que podria obtener, pero me anime a adquirirla despues de revisar un buen numero de "reviews" publicados en Internet, y sobre todo el de Steve's Digicams, el cual ofrece imagenes de muestra en variadas circunstancias y en la maxima resolucion. Luego de efectuada la comparacion con otras camaras dentro del mismo rango de precios, llegue a la conclusion que la calidad de las fotos, en brillo, resolucion y nitidez (sharpness) eran muy similares entre la Canon A75, Nikon 3200 y esta - la LC50, estando por encima del resto de camaras, pero note que ligeramente el nivel de ruido era mejor trabajado en la LC50, ademas de tener ligeramente mas nitidez que la A70 y la Nikon 3200.
Y bueno, me decidi a adquirir esta camara y como mencione anteriormente, luego de casi un mes de uso, los resultados han sido bastante satisfactorios, he podido obtener fotos bastante claras y nitidas y las tomas nocturnas, presentan bajos niveles de ruido. El aspecto negativo vendria a ser que esta camara es hecha de plastico y seguro muchos usuarios preferiran una camara mas solida, como las que se fabrican actualmente de metal, con el objeto de tener una camara mas duradera y segura al tacto, pero los fabricante utilizan este material a fin de reducir costos y ofrecer productos al alcance de todos.
De otro lado, la camara ofrece tres niveles de ajustes para la imagen, siendo la opcion de "Vivid Colors" la que utilizo con mas frecuencia, sobre todo para retratar paisajes, monumentos, etc y el modo "Normal" para retrar personas.
Considero que esta camara es altamente recomendable, para las personas que requieran una camara portatil, ligera, de facil manejo y confiable...
Como informacion adicional, recomiendo que cuando se revise la calidad de las fotos que una camara pueda tomar, se utilize un monitor TFT LCD, ya que estas pantallas son bastante sensibles y detectan niveles de "ruido" que no son detectables con las monitores convencionales.... esto lo digo por que he leido muchos reviews y comentarios alabando las caracteristicas de ciertas camaras, cuyos defectos en la imagen son altamente perceptibles en un monitor LCD, pudiendo ser engañosos. ... Read more


84. Panasonic SVAV10 MPEG4 e-Wear Digital Camcorder w/ Still Mode/MP3/Voice Recording & 64MB SC Card (Silver)
by Panasonic
list price: $449.99
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Asin: B0000643XU
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 2804
Average Customer Review: 3.79 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

The Panasonic SV-AV10 is one of the many new convergence devices on the market today. This particular device captures digital stills, shoots MPEG-4 movies, acts as a voice recorder, and plays back MP3 and AAC files. Plus, the machine itself is about the same size as a Motorola StarTac cell phone. The package includes various software to support the multiple functions, an SD card reader-writer, and 64 MB SD card.

Initial Impressions
Small. This thing is just small. Really small. It's the first thing people mention when they see it for the first time. Cute is usually the second word applied. And it's both of those things. It fits easily in small hands, and I was using it to make a quick movie and shoot some stills within minutes of picking it up.

Interface
The SV-AV10 is essentially a big battery with a lens and SD card reader-writer. As such, the control system is rather limited, consisting of two buttons and a rocker switch on the back, and a large trigger button on the top. On the back, the menu button doubles as the power button. The power won't turn on or off unless you hold the button for two to three seconds, making it hard to accidentally turn on the phone while it is in your pocket. Upon powering up, you're confronted with the various modes (movie mode, still mode, etc.) for recording or playback. You use the rocker switch to choose between them, and the mode button to switch between the playback and recording menus. Whatever recording mode you're in, the trigger switch at the top starts and stops. In playback modes, you rely heavily on the rocker switch. Depressing the switch performs multiple functions, and makes me wish they'd added another button. The system works well for the most part, however, and is relatively simple.

It's clear that Panasonic intended the user to manage files by using the included software and memory card reader. It is extremely difficult to delete individual files, and to actually playback items is a bit cumbersome, as the SV-AV10 only displays a list of files stored, requiring you to pick blindly (file names are automatically generated, and usually appear similar to this: MOL001.ASF). The only exceptions are the MP3 and AAC files you transfer to the memory card, but those file names are truncated after 17 characters, so you need to be concise.

Movie Mode
I'll admit, I was quite excited about the promise of an MPEG-4 in such a small package. This new codec stuffs really large video files into exceedingly small spaces, and is being used by entertainment companies to provide new video-on-demand services over the Internet. And, the codec is so efficient that even in the "fine" mode, you can store about 20 minutes of footage on the included 64 MB SD card. Unfortunately, the footage you get from the SV-AV10 is jerky: the frame-rate is probably about 15 fps, far short of the 24 fps that movies are shot at, or television's 29.9 fps. What it is good for, though, is sending e-mails to friends, and making little mini-movies for fun. I'd hoped for a little more than this, as Kodak's MC3 supplied as much a year earlier (with a smoother frame rate). Similar to the MC3, you can shoot until the card is full (about 20 minutes with the included 64 MB card), whereas most digital camera movie modes have a 30 or 40 second time limit per clip.

Frame-rate limitations aside, the SV-AV10 is a fun toy. There's a certain amount of kitsch value with something like this, but the price might end up being too prohibitive for some.

MP3 Playback
There's not a whole lot to discuss here. Once you've used the included software (RealJukebox) to transfer files to your SD card--digital-rights management is in effect, so you need to check music in and out--you place the card back in the SV-AV10, go to the MP3 playback mode and go. There's no EQ, and the headphones that come with the machine are of the cheap earbud variety, which means you'll probably want to use a better set. Obviously, the machine's not geared toward audiophiles, but it performs its functions admirably.

Digital Photo Mode
The SV-AV10 is fine for taking lower-resolution snapshots. In that respect, it's kind of fun to use. The lack of any sort of zoom hurts you here; you'll have to get in close for most shots. Once you turn the flash on, you'll blow out most of your subjects, so use it sparingly.

Software
I was disappointed in the software that came with the SV-AV10. RealJukebox was fine, albeit not the most current version, and I was happy with how it worked. It was the Panasonic SD-MovieStage software that gave me nightmares. The software was good for pretty much one thing: viewing your movies on a computer. Trying to do anything else was problematic, and extraordinarily difficult to figure out, even with the manual's help. It's not particularly adept at making cuts, or editing together various movies, but then, I'm not sure most people will want to do that with this particular machine.

Final Analysis
The Panasonic SV-AV10 is a unique device with a lot of appeal for those who need a camera that does a lot of things. While it isn't a high-end digital camera, MPEG camcorder, or MP3 player, all the functions are performed adequately or better. The one thing you'll want, particularly if you have an interest in MP3 playback, is extra memory: high-quality MP3s eat up your memory quickly. ... Read more

Features

  • MPEG4 recorder
  • Fixed-focus lens
  • 2-inch color LCD
  • Records both digital stills and voice onto the included 64 MB SD card
  • Plays back MP3 and AAC files

Reviews (33)

3-0 out of 5 stars Micro wear
This gadget is pretty cool. Even though the price is kinda high, you actually pay for feature and size. I already have a digital camera and a video cam and webcam bla bla but I bought this item from a store that game me 30 days to return it, full refund. I think Im going to keep it. First I will talk about the still photo feature. The photos are 640x480 (standard FUN cam). Your not going to get professional results but you will catch pictures like a fun cam. The video camera feature is cool. You wont get steady streaming video but you will get video that you can instantly send over email. It catches FUN situations. The cam technology is like those small pin hole cameras and you know how much those are. Then you have a mp3 player. Im listening to it right now while Im typing this review. It will hold as many and the sd memory will hold. When you buy this device you get a 64mb card, earphones, small felt case and software and card reader. You have to use REAL jukebox (supplied) to format and transfer your mp3s but so what. I have no problems with this camera. For [price] (oklahoma) you get a 640x480 still FUN cam, the ability to take 20min of its max res of video with descent sound compression (mono), built in flash, voice recorder and mp3 player. The physical size of this device is amazing. so if you figure out the cost of all of these devices and it uses sd technology the selling price is kinda close. The main reason for this device is FUN FUN FUN FUN FUN. Its a gadget. Its cool technology. Look at pdas. they are getting smaller with loads of features. Go out and try the AV device out. some stores will let you return it. They are selling like hot cakes. If you have the opportunity to purchase an extended warranty i would definately do it. Dont buy this for your main source of video or pictures. This is for FUN!

5-0 out of 5 stars This is the coolest little recorder!
Panasonic SV-AV10
Online Review
March 10, 2003

This unit is incredible for a variety of reasons; it's a pocket-sized piece of electronics that records digital video, stills, voice/audio and plays MP3's - all wrapped up in one. The AV10 also comes with a 64MB SD memory card, which are about the size of a postage stamp. Actually I'm planning on buying another SD card (256MB) not just for more storage - these cards have fast data rates and easily store multiple formats including the MPEG4 video and JPEG photos that you shoot using the unit. The MPEG4 video clips and JPEG photos can also be transferred to your PC by plugging the reader/writer adapter into your computer, where you can add effects, email, or post online. Using the 64MB SD card that comes with it, you can record as much as 80 minutes of video. God knows how many minutes of video you can store if use a 256MB card - doing the math I would imagine it would store 320 minutes or so in the economy mode. Finally, as for stills, the 64MB SD card will hold approximately 1760 pictures depending upon what you shoot of course. So I've been taking this handy dandy thing with me pretty much everywhere. Actually I was really happy I had it the other day when I needed to take pictures of cars that I wanted to show a friend of mine (I sent him an email with the shots attached).

I'm pretty happy with it and use more often than I originally thought and you probably will too.

2-0 out of 5 stars Not worth the $ if you're doing more with your camera later
This camera may look ultra cool, but believe me, it's not. Unless you don't care much for how your picture quality is, then this camera may be ok, but if you do or eventually will, you are better off getting a better quality camera.

There aren't many options for your pictures that you're taking meaning you can't change the lighting effect (inside, outside, cloudy, snow, night, etc), size, picture type (black & white, etc) or many of the other things that you can on other cameras. I found that when pictures were loaded onto the computer, they looked grainy and dull, and if you used the flash, that also seemed to ruin the effect of the picture. There is also no zoom which is one thing I forgot to check out when purchasing this camera. I was not happy with this camera at all after a couple months when I needed better quality photos.

The video recorder of the camera was also a disappointment to me. The recording was very choppy and colors again were poor. On the bright side, it recorded the sound well.

I had no problem with the MP3 player or audio recorder, they both worked fine and were the quality that one would expect.

I now own a Sony Cyber-Shot camera which I am VERY pleased with. Basically you really need to think about what type of pictures you will be taking with your camera and if you want them to be the best quality possible, or if it simply doesn't matter to you to decide if you will be happy with this camera.

5-0 out of 5 stars Not professional, but not that bad either
Ok, it may not take pictures/movies like professional digital cameras can, but it's still a good camera if you looking for something to do for fun. It's small enough to carry in your pocket, you can operate it on the fly when you need to, so its pretty reliable there. You have to mess around with the software a bit, and experiment with the camera a bit too but once you get the gist of how it works, you wont regret buying it. However, this camera is NOT worth paying full price for($200-$400). I bought a used one at Circuit City for only $125, I've had it for about a year and it still works great!

3-0 out of 5 stars Great Gadjet, but wait till the next generation comes out!
... It was fun, I liked the MP3 player functions and voice recording functions. However since you have to use the RealJukebox software provided to get the audio tracks onto the device I decided it wouldnt be as useful as it could have been as the only source of music would be my home PC unless I bought the RealJukebox CD with me. The same goes for the battery charger.

The built in camera is good for subjects a few meters in front of you. As you need to turn the flash on to get some good photos, close ups are out of the question as with the flash on close ups are just whited out.

The Resolution is 640 by 480 for photos, and half that for mpeg video. The video is poor.

Overall I was impressed with the concept, however the quality is too low. If however you want a low end webcam/low end MP3 player then this is it.

Small size is cool, as big as a pack of cards, maybe when the photos are 1 megapixels and the video is 640 by 480 I would buy this.

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It does come with a 64mb SD card and card reader which is neat, you can use it very easily. ... Read more


85. Panasonic PV-SD4090 1.3MP Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom
by Panasonic
list price: $914.99
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Asin: B00004T1MB
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 6294
Average Customer Review: 4.56 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Stores images on floppy disk or SuperDisk; included 120 MB SuperDisk holds 450 images at maximum resolution
  • 1.3 megapixel sensor captures enough detail for photo-quality 5 x 7 prints
  • 3x optical zoom plus 2x digital zoom lens with autofocus
  • Connects to Macs and PCs via USB port
  • Rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery and AC adapter included; can also be used as a USB SuperDisk drive

Reviews (25)

5-0 out of 5 stars Simple, Rechargeable, Massive storage, good pictures!
This was my first digital camera. However, I have bee using the Mavica that belongs to a friend for some time. After seeing its debut, the Palmcam as Panasonic calls it...I knew I wanted one. Once you connect it via its USB port, Windows sees it as another disk drive. From there its easy to copy to the hard disk for speedy printing or processing with the included photodeluxe from Adobe - or you can leave the photos on the superdisk to do with as you please - 1500 photos at normal resolution, 800 at medium and 400 at high resolution is a lot of space - you don't have to carry ten floppies with you anymore! Batteries? One recargeable battery pack is all you need, it recharges in less than two hours - unless you plan to take photos nonstop for more than an hour - then get a spare if you can't use the direct DC adapter which gives you unlimited power. It may be slow in terms of waiting for the photos to write to the disk, but that's what the burst mode is there for if you need it. Mpeg movies are limited to ten seconds though, I would have liked to see more time available in this mode. Otherwise I have had no complaints.

5-0 out of 5 stars I just LOOOOOOOOVE my new digital Camera!
Merry Christmas to Me! I bought this camera for myself on December 17th, I've had it a little over 2 weeks and have taken almost 500 images already including .jpg's and .mpg's! This is a dandy camera! I am so pleased with it! The storage capacity (120mB memory SuperDisk drive) is fantastic! The rechargeable battery pack is very long lived: at least 200 images before it needed recharging. Plus, I was so tickled to show off my new toy I additionally drained the battery to show off the images I had already taken to everyone within reach...including museum guards and the lady at the baggage x-ray machine at the airport! Quality at the highest density is excellent! But most of my photos were taken at the lowest resolution and are perfectly fine for e-mail. Automatic flash is excellent, and can be supressed in manual mode for taking museum pictures. Takes good low-light .jpg's. The QuickTime Movie mode (limited to 10 secs) is an added bonus with this camera: what fun to send a moving, speaking Christmas greeting!

4-0 out of 5 stars USB driver update for XP
I have used this digital camera for several years and LOVE the large hard drive for saving images. I have now taken over 5000 pictures of my daughter (from birth to 2 1/2 years of age.) I have used ONLY three SuperDisks, and I haven't had to delete anything yet. This is a GREAT feature.

Recently I updated my computer to Windows XP and I found I could no longer locate the SuperDisk to download images using the USB cable. I was able to find a driver update on the Panasonic website. For those having similar problems downloading using the USB cable with newer versions of Windows, try this website for the updated driver:

http://www.panasonic.com/consumer_electronics/digital_cameras/software.asp

I would HIGHLY recommend a SuperDisk digital camera to anyone in the market.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great General Use Camera- Easy to Use
Bought this camera used based on another review at this site. If you like itsy-bitsy cameras, this one is not for you. If you like a decent-sized camera (that can't get lost in your wallet!!!) this is for you.

Not great for sports or high speed shots. Great with posed pictures, pictures around the house, we use it at the botanical gardens a lot. It usually comes with Super Disks- these are expensive and rather hard to find. Then you have to use a converter to get them onto your computer (they don't work in a floppy drive). Use a floppy instead, it's much easier to click and then put the floppy in the floppy drive, attach, and send.

Even though the resolution is only 1.3, it has been useful when our big, fancy 35mm camera failed at the Grand Canyon. You know instantly if the picture turned out or if grandma blinked. The colors did not turn out as strong as a higher resolution camera...but then again, we didn't have to spend 10 minutes setting up for the shot. The slide-button zoom is extremely easy to use. We got several beautiful pictures of the largest crows we had ever seen -the size of cats- right down to the gleam on their feathers.

I take a lot of pictures of our garden, the house, the dogs, the cats, my husband being goofy on the lawn mower, and I am always able to go right in and attach it to an email and send them to my mom within minutes. A cheap old floppy is waaaay more accessable for us than the SuperDisks, and in normal mode, holds about 10 pictures. I always walk around with a few floppies- at a buck each, I can afford to! Super Fine mode holds about 5 pictures on a regular floppy.

It is easy to hold and easy to use. For what we spent on a used one, <$200.00, we couldn't be happier. We bought ours from someone who wanted at least 3 megapixels and decided to get rid of it. We will definitely be trying the PV-SD5000 (3.3 megapixel model) as soon as the prices come down and we can get one that has been gently used, probably from someone who "needed" 6 megapixels (why?!?!?!) and wants to get rid of their camera. Then we will probably dispense with a 35mm permanently.

5-0 out of 5 stars A sad day... YES this item has been discountinued.
I bought this camera back when it was brand new and paid over $750 for it. It has served me well. I have take over 5,000 pics atleast with this camera... recently I upgraded my MAC OS to 10.3 well my super dish external drive no longer worked... but I pulled out my USB cable and turn it to PC and was able to still use my camera to down load my images. I spent a couple of hours today looking at replacement digital cameras (before I relize about the USB cable). I was really disappointed really with what is out there. Most used AA batteries which will only last a couple of hours and you throw away. The only thing close to this camera is a CDR/CDRW camera by SONY sd350 and higher... problem is the same with this camera... it uses special 3" disks... which might be outdated in a couple of years... if that. All the cameras out there use those cheap little memory chips... I can just see me losing a $100 chip now or breaking the stupid thing. Yeah this camera is BIG but it is rugged for a digital... I plan on using this camera for as long as it last.

I wish Panasonic made a newer version of this camera. ... Read more


86. Panasonic SV-AS10D D-Snap 2MP Digital Camera (Orange)
by Panasonic
list price: $299.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000D151Z
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 3887
Average Customer Review: 3.75 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Multifunction device: 2.0-megapixel digital camera, QuickTime video recorder, MP3 music player, and digital voice recorder
  • Camera features a built-in flash, ten-second self-timer, and 4x zoom lens
  • MP3/ WMA / AAC music playback; 10-second audio notes with images
  • Includes 8 MB Secure Digital memory card
  • Powered by rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack; connects to PCs via USB 1.1

Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars great value except mp3 player
it's a good deal especially for the beginner.
but dont put too much expectation on it. it's so tough to use the jukebox software to transfer data. i cant figure it out until now.
pls help me up email me at jeffsun1008@hotmail.com

1-0 out of 5 stars Great looks, but great shame about the MP3 player facility
Panasonic would have you believe that the SVAS-10 plays MP3, WMA and AAC music files, but after buying one of the units I was dismayed to find it doesn't. To copy music onto the SVAS-10 you can ONLY use the SD Jukebox software (supplied with the unit) The software encrypts your music before sending it to the unit, making it a very slow process. Even worse, you can never again rename, copy, move or edit music files on your computer, as the player will refuse to play them again. Worse still, if you encounter a problem that requires you to reload Windows on your computer, you can't listen you your music files on the player again - instead you have to delete all the files, and copy them from their origional CD's again. So if for example you have coppied your old records and cassettes onto your computer, and then thrown the originals away, you will only be able to listen to them on that computer - if you later buy a new computer, and copy your files accross to it, you cant listen to your music on the SVAS-10.

All the other features on the unit are fine, and the device does look great - but if you want to listen to music, dont bother with the SVAS-10

5-0 out of 5 stars Buy two of them !
You will surely need one as a gift.
It's a very, very nice camera... it is my first Digital CamCoder, and I'm trully satisfied. Panasonic has made an outstanding job with this.
Small, fancy, good resoluntion, lots of accessories. Just enough for me... I have to say that is a camera for traveling (not for a proffessional), also usable as MP3 player... really cool if you dont need more than 2MP.
Amazing.

5-0 out of 5 stars small in size and ok picture quanlity
first, the camera has a really cool color, orange, blue and silver. It had music player, still picture, voice recorder, and video, a lot of functions. In a really small of camera size. It used SD memory card, so you can keep data on multiple card, you nevr run out of memory. If you dont need super super clear picture quanlity, I would say it is the best camera! ... Read more


87. Drum Kit for Kx-p7100 7105 7110
by Panasonic
list price: $217.08
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Asin: B00006B8Z0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 26771
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88. Panasonic 256 MB Secure Digital Card
list price: $109.99
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Asin: B00007FS59
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 22451
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Panasonic SD memory cards are a high-capacity, high-speed storage medium for the digital age. Incredibly small yet durable, the SD Memory Card is no larger than a postage stamp. But the miniature marvel holds an enormous amount of data. ... Read more

Features

  • Stores 256 MB of audio, video, picture, and voice files
  • Data transfer rate of 10 MB per second
  • 90 minutes of MPEG4 video capacity
  • 9 minutes of MPEG2 (DVD grade) video capacity
  • 344 minutes of MP3 audio capacity

Reviews (8)

5-0 out of 5 stars Fast and from Panasonic!!!
This card has been used in my new Panasonic DMC FZ10k digital camera and is lightning quick. In burst mode the pics load to the card almost instantly and I couldn't be happier with it's perfmormance. I also have a Lexar 32x 256MB card and itis similar permormance but this card does have faster transfer speeds (10 mbs)than the Lexar so you may or may not notice a difference depending on what your using it in.

5-0 out of 5 stars FAST and RELIABLE, what more can you ask for?
My first digital camera used Compact Flash card.I bought a PNY card which corrupts every so often.When that happened, I would have to turn the camera off and on again (sort of re-boot), and all the pictures already taken would lost.Originally, I thought it was the camera (a HP), but after some research on the web, I found out that it was a problem common to PNY cards as well as other cheap cards.

Therefore, when it was time for me to buy a SD card for my new digital camera, I got smart this time and did the homework first.Thanks to all the reviewers on Amazon.com, I narrowed my choices to Panasonic and SimpleTech, both with almost identical specs.I purchased the Panasonic card because of its slightly lower price at the time.I now have used this card for over 3 months, and am absolutely satisfied with its performance.First off, it is very fast.My camera has a "burst" mode in which it takes 5 consecutive shots a second.This cards handles it with ease.Most importantly, this card is extremely reliable.I have taken over 2,000 pictures with it and never once had problem with file corruption.

You will take countless number of pictures over the life of a SD card, so it is well worth the extra $20-$30 for the speed and reliability.Highly recommend it with any digital camera.

5-0 out of 5 stars Super fast!
My camera came with a Panasonic card, only 32 MB -too small.When I bought a larger card, I didn't know anything about them, only the shape of the card.I definitely didn't realize there was a difference between brands.I thought a card's a card.I was foolishly seduced by the Sandisk's sale price.My 128 Sandisk is noticably slower when moving pictures from the camera to my computer.Too slow for my impatient self, so here I am buying the one I should have bought in the first place.

5-0 out of 5 stars Buyer Beware
The Panasonic list price for this item is $119.99.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fast, reliable, and high-capacity!
I recently purchased the Panasonic 256 SD card, an upgrade from my 64 SD card that I had before and I am just as pleased with this card.I recently went on a trip to Europe and kept piling pictures onto the card, plus I used it to download my trip details, phone book and more.I really like the versatility that this card affords, and the fact that it is compatible with many different products, something that competing formats are not.My friend ran into this problem when she bought a similar product and found it imcompatible with much of her outdated products.I also found the card to be reliable--it went all the way through Western Europe and back and still works as good as new! ... Read more


89. Panasonic PVDV103 MiniDV Compact Camcorder with 2.5" LCD
by Panasonic
list price: $499.99
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Asin: B00008GK6W
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 3665
Average Customer Review: 3.43 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The ultracompact Panasonic PV-DV103 MiniDV camcorder is an affordable way to enter into the world of digital video. It features a 10x optical zoom, 700x digital zoom, built-in light, 2.5-inch LCD, and color viewfinder.

Optics
The PV-DV103 offers a 680K pixel CCD providing crisp, sharp pictures. Shooting from far distances is no problem with the PV-DV103's 10x optical zoom and 700x digital zoom. With Panasonic's introduction of Dual D-EIS (digital electronic image stabilization), you can use this same technology in both the record and playback modes to remove additional jitter from previously recorded video.

Digital Stills
The PV-DV103 still can capture digital still images and store them on the MiniDV tape. You can then use Panasonic's PhotoVu serial connection to transfer images to your PC.

More Features
The cinema mode enables you to record video in wide screen mode, giving you a 16:9 aspect ratio that's the same as a movie screen. When played back on a television the result is dramatic looking cinema-like movies at home.

The picture-in-picture feature allows you to insert a previously taken digital still image into the video you're recording. The still image is taken using the PhotoShot digital still feature and appears on the right side of the video you're recording. The video and miniaturized still shot then appear together during playback

Other features include:

  • 2.5-inch tiltable LCD screen.
  • Electronic Image Stabilazation to correct camera shaking, giving you smooth and stable pictures.

Inputs and Outputs
The PV-DV103 comes with the standard DV IEEE 1394 port (also known as FireWire; Panasonic refers to this connection as iLink) for a super-fast, lossless connection to a PC or other DV machines.

MiniDV Format
MiniDV is the preferred format for .9personal and broadcast-quality video, highly regarded for its high audio and image quality. MiniDV delivers a 20 percent clearer picture than analog camcorder formats. This is all delivered on a cassette that's 1/12th the size of a standard VHS tape. A MiniDV tape offers digital recording time of 2 full hours--20 times the capacity of a CD. You'll also get minimal color noise interference for a more stable picture.

Size and Contents
The camcorder measures 3.5 x 2.6 x 4.9 inches and weighs 16 ounces. This package includes the PV-DV103 camcorder, AC adapter, battery pack, shoulder strap, A/V cable (mini-3 RCA), serial cable, remote control, and lens cap. ... Read more

Features

  • MiniDV camcorder with 10x optical and 700x digital zoom with electronic image stabilization
  • 680K pixel resolution
  • 2.5-inch color, swivel LCD, color viewfinder, cinema mode
  • Digital still mode saves images to tape
  • Connects to PCs and Macs via Firewire (IEEE1394); serial connection transfer for stills

Reviews (7)

1-0 out of 5 stars Stay Away
After six months of ownership the camera will not connect to the computer for transfer of video. Contacting Panasonic revealed a flat labor cost of $200 for any repair with no alternatives or concern for me as a consumer. That is about half the cost of the camera. Stay away from Panasonic and try another brand.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great DV's from Panasonic
Panasonic makes a great DV. I'm on my second one. The video quality is solid. The import to the PC works well. They have been reliable. Nice and light. Everything you'd want.

The only downside in my experience on my prior Panasonic was it broke after about a year of fairly frequent use. Their service policy is a flat $250 charge to fix it, regardless of the problem. That was about half the price of the unit new, which seems out of line.

Otherwise, if it doesn't break, great unit.

5-0 out of 5 stars PVDV103
The PVDV103 is a Great camcorder. It is compact and records in high quality.

3-0 out of 5 stars Does not record very well in low light..
I purchased this camera and returned it after a few days. It
is a general overall good camera with nice features. Outside
recording and indoor recording with ample light were great.
Indoor recording without a lot of lights on produced a grainy
picture. Not a bad one , but not as good as my old sony analog
8mm. I was disappointed, but for the price it was an ok camera.

1-0 out of 5 stars Dew Warning a common problem
Purchased this item two months ago. I used it four times and now it shows a "dew detected" warning. The camera then shutdown and no longer works. I did some research and found this is a common problem, not only with this model, but several other Panasonic products. The problem is due to a detective module that Panasonic uses and the only way to fix it is a repair bill of $150. I have tried several times to contact Panasonic, but have received no response. Until Panasonic upgrades their parts and customer service I would buy elsewhere. ... Read more


90. Panasonic Toner Kit (1600 Pages) for Kx-p5400 Kx-p4400
by Panasonic
list price: $22.08
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Asin: B00006B8YJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 23501
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91. Panasonic Lumix DMC-LC80 5MP Digital Camera with 3x Optical Zoom
by Panasonic
list price: $399.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B0002R2810
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 3127
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Amazon.com Product Description

Optics and Resolution
Featuring a five-megapixel CCD sensor, the DMC-LC80 delivers a wide range of detail and color (with images up to 2560 x 1920 pixels) and can be the basis for photo-quality prints 13 by 17 inches. The DMC-LC80's 3x Leica DC Vario-Elmarit optical zoom lens combines comfortably small size with superb image rendering. By combining with a 3x digital zoom, users will have an equivalence of a 9x zoom lens in a very compact body, though users should note that digital zoom degrades picture quality.

Movie Mode and Audio
The DMC-LC80 lets you shoot QuickTime Motion JPEG video at resolutions up to 320 x 240 pixels with sound. The amount of video you can capture is limited by space on the memory card; you'll fit more at low quality (10 frames-per-second) than at high quality (30 frames-per-second). The movies aren't camcorder quality, but they're fun and convenient, and they're perfect as e-mail attachments. You can also record audio comments, up to five seconds in length, for your still pictures.

More Features

  • Intelligent multiple area and spot light metering
  • Scene Modes: Simple, Normal Picture, Economy, Macro, Portrait, Landscape, Night Portrait, Moving Image, Playback
  • Mega Burst Shooting Mode: Shoot up to nine images at 2.7 or 1.5 frames-per-second in standard resolution, or up to five images in fine resolution. This option is designed to provide you with the best selection of photos during action, such as a sporting event.
  • Built-in flash
  • Real-time histograms
  • Optical viewfinder
  • 1.5" diagonal Polycrystalline TFT LCD Display (114k pixels)
Storage and Transfer
Images and video are stored on Secure Digital (SD) memory cards. A 16 MB SD card is included. Files can be downloaded to either a Mac or PC via USB connectivity, which means it can be connected to any USB-based Windows 98/Me/2000/XP and Mac OS 8.6 or later computer without installing any software.

Printing
This camera supports thePictBridgestandard. PictBridge is a technology that lets you transfer pictures from a digital camera to a compatible printer, without a PC or image-editing software. Because PictBridge is an industry standard, users can connect PictBridge-compatible devices made by many different manufacturers. Learn more about PictBridge.

Power and Size
The camera is powered by two AA-size batteries. Alkaline batteries are included, but the manufacturer recommends rechargeable Ni-MH batteries, which could end up saving money over the life of the camera. The camera measures 2.52 by 3.44 by 1.39 inches and weighs 0.35 pounds.

What's in the Box
DMC-LC80 digital camera, two AA alkaline batteries, 16MB SD memory card, A/V cable, USB cable, strap, and CD-ROM. ... Read more

Features

  • 5-megapixel sensor captures enough detail to create photo-quality 13-by-17-inch enlargements
  • 3x Leica DC Vario-Elmarit optical zoom lens combines with 3x digital zoom for 9x total zoom
  • Records short QuickTime movies; 1.5-inch TFT LCD display; PictBridge compatible
  • Store images on Secure Digital (SD) memory card (16 MB SD card included)
  • Powered by AA-size batteries (alkaline included, rechargeable Ni-MH recommended)

92. Panasonic 6-Volt Photo Lithium Cylinder Battery (2CR5MPA1B) (2CR-5MPA1B)
by Panasonic

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Asin: B0001Y6J14
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 24253
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93. Panasonic Lumix DMC-F7 2.1MP Digital Camera w/ Leica Lens and 2x Optical Zoom
by Panasonic
list price: $499.99
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Asin: B000069V23
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 1019
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Constructed with world-renowned Leica DC lenses, Panasonic offers high-quality optics with the DMC-F7 digital camera. Pictures are sure to come out sharp and brilliant thanks to the 2-megapixel CCD sensor, capable of resolutions of up to 1,600 by 1,200 pixels and prints up to 8 by 10 inches. There are two lower-quality settings that you can use to save memory and store more pictures on the included 8 MB SD memory card.

The F7 has an optical zoom of 2x and a 2x digital zoom, making the overall zoom capable of magnifying an image up to four times. The camera has several automatic and manual controls for focus, exposure, white balance, and flash. It also has a feature that allows you to take consecutive pictures at a fast rate (5 frames per second), ideal for those hard-to-capture moving objects and similar to regular full-motion video. Use the large 1.5-inch LCD monitor to keep track of all these settings and manage your photos.

Since the camera has full USB connectivity, you can easily transfer your photos onto a PC or Mac. Photo-editing software is also included for more creative uses of your photos. Also included in the package are an AC adapter, battery pack, video and USB cable, and strap. ... Read more

Features

  • 2.0 megapixel sensor creates 1600 x 1200images for prints at sizes up to 8 x 10 inches
  • 2x optical plus 2x digital (4x total) zoom with Leica DC Vario-Elmarit autofocus lens
  • Included 8 MB Secure Digital (SD) card holds approximately 14 images at default settings
  • Connects with PCs and Macs via USB port
  • Uses lithium-ion battery (included)

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good photos and sturdy
This is my first digital camera - I've had it for over a year and overall I have been happy with the purchase. I particularly like the metal case - it is very sturdy (has survived a few falls already), nice and compact, easily fits in a front jeans pocket. Also nice is the rechargable battery: you plug a power supply straight into the camera so no need for an external charger. Now for the photo quality - in general, the photos come out quite well, sometimes they are a little grainy, but they are good for computer use and printing onto standard photo size is usually comparable to a regular camera. I would consider buying another panasonic camera when it comes time to upgrade.

2-0 out of 5 stars feels like a toy
I have a Canon PowerShot s230, and bought the Lumix for my mother for Xmas hoping to save some money and get a camera of similar quality. Sadly, I'm disappointed with the Lumix despite the savings.

For those familiar with the Canon, you know that it's a very effective digital camera experience. It's solid, sturdy, has a great interface and takes excellent pictures. The Lumix is none of these things.

Holding the Lumix in your hand is disappointing compared to the Canon. It's flimsy at best. There's no weight to it, but that's not a good thing. It feels hollow, as if it would really sustain serious damage if dropped or otherwise banged up. The case is stainless steel, like my Canon, but my camera's solid construction and obvious design superiority makes it a more satisfying experience. As I said, the Lumix is too light to feel dependable.

The Lumix experience, overall, was disappointing. There's no intuitive buttons on the body of the camera. It actually took me about 20 minutes to find the 'on' button. (it's actually more if you count me trying to find it two separate times). Nothing is clearly marked. To make matters worse, there is not only no "getting started" mini-manual in the package, but the instructions are confusing with about 1 out of every 10 words spelled incorrectly.

Finally, the operation of the camera resembles something that was designed and engineered in a rush by a company that doesn't really know what they're doing. The display on the rear of the camera is grainy, the operation of the device is sketchy, and, as I mention above, the interface of the buttons and display screen icons is confusing where it's not completely impossible to understand.

Can you tell I'm disappointed with my purchase? If you're in the market for a camera, go with the Canon. This camera seems like it's either the last deliverable of the last generation cameras, or a rushed-to-market early adopter model of the current generation. I'm very satisfied with my Canon and will definitely never advice anyone on anything else. ... Read more


94. Panasonic PVL453 VHS-C Camcorder with 2.5" LCD and SD Digital Still Capability
by Panasonic
list price: $299.99
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Asin: B00008GK6R
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 1253
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Features

  • VHS-C camcorder with Dual digital electronic image stabilization
  • 20x optical zoom lens, 700x digital zoom
  • 2.5-inch LCD
  • Digital still images captured to Secure Digital card or tape
  • Color digital filter, digital fade,strobe, and wipe, motion sensor, date and time

95. Panasonic REPLACEMENT LAMP ( ET-LA735 )
list price: $349.81
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Asin: B0000AAAT4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic Office Automation
Sales Rank: 106328
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Product Description

Original replacement lamp for the Panasonic PTL735U/PTL735NTU projectors. ... Read more


96. PANASONIC HHR-3EPA/2B Rechargeable AA Battery
by Panasonic

Asin: B00008W2L4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 22534
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Features

  • 1950 mAH offers superior power that lasts longer than virtually any other AA battery
  • Does not include charger - For 2 AA Batteries sold with charger, please see PAN BQ-390A/2PK

97. PANASONICCGR-H502A BATTERY FOR DVDLV70 DVD PLAYER
by Panasonic

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Asin: B00007E81V
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 40577
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98. Panasonic PVDV203 MiniDV Compact Camcorder with 2.5" LCD and 8MB SD card
by Panasonic
list price: $599.99
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Asin: B00008GK6Y
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 3477
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The ultracompact Panasonic PV-DV203 MiniDV offers advanced features such as digital still photo capability and the ability to create high-quality MPEG4 video clips. The PV-DV203 features a 10x optical zoom and 2.5-inch color LCD.

Optics
The PV-DV203 offers a680K pixel CCD providing crisp, sharp pictures. Shooting from far distances is no problem with the PV-DV203's 10x optical zoom and 700x digital zoom. With Panasonic's introduction of Dual D-EIS (digital electronic image stabilization), you can use this same technology in both the record and playback modes to remove additional jitter from previously recorded video.

Digital Stills and MPEG4 Video
The still mode is capable of capturing crystal-clear still images comparable to the best digital still cameras. Image quality ranges from 640 x 480 up to 1280 x 960 (through pixel interpolation). The images are stored onto the available Secure Digital (SD) memory card in JPEG format. You can also record MPEG4 video, which uses a higher compression setting and is great for posting to a Web site or e-mailing to friends and family.

Still images and MPEG4 video are stored on the included 8 MB Secure Digital (SD) memory card, and can be transferred to your PC via USB connectivity (compatible with both USB 1.1 and 2.0).

Web Cam Capability
The PV-DV203 is equipped with a built-in Web Camera that gives you the ability to send live video to family and friends over the Internet. You can even set up the PV-DV73 as a simple home monitoring or a videoconferencing tool. Microsoft Windows Messenger or Windows NetMeeting is required for both sender and receiver. Also requires Windows XP, Windows Me, Windows 98SE or Windows 2000 Professional preinstalled PC with USB port. Both computers must be equipped to make a direct dial-up connection. Driver software and USB cable are included.

More Features
The cinema mode enables you to record video in wide screen mode, giving you a 16:9 aspect ratio that's the same as a movie screen. When played back on a television the result is dramatic looking cinema-like movies at home.

The picture-in-picture feature allows you to insert a previously taken digital still image into the video you're recording. The still image is taken using the PhotoShot digital still feature and appears on the right side of the video you're recording. The video and miniaturized still shot then appear together during playback

Other features include:

  • 2.5-inch tiltable LCD screen.
  • Electronic Image Stabilazation to correct camera shaking, giving you smooth and stable pictures.

Inputs and Outputs
The PV-DV203 comes with the standard DV IEEE 1394 port (also known as FireWire; Panasonic refers to this connection as iLink) for a super-fast, lossless connection to a PC or other DV machines.

MiniDV Format
MiniDV is the preferred format for .9personal and broadcast-quality video, highly regarded for its high audio and image quality. MiniDV delivers a 20 percent clearer picture than analog camcorder formats. This is all delivered on a cassette that's 1/12th the size of a standard VHS tape. A MiniDV tape offers digital recording time of 2 full hours--20 times the capacity of a CD. You'll also get minimal color noise interference for a more stable picture.

Size and Contents
The camcorder measures 3.5 x 2.6 x 4.9 inches and weighs 16 ounces. This package includes the PV-DV203 camcorder, 8 MB Secure Digital memory card, AC adapter, battery pack, shoulder strap, A/V cable (mini-3 RCA), serial cable, remote control, and lens cap. ... Read more

Features

  • MiniDV camcorder with 10x optical and 700x digital zoom with electronic image stabilization
  • 680K pixel resolution
  • 2.5-inch color, swivel LCD, color viewfinder, cinema mode
  • Saves digital stills to SD memory card; 8 MB card included
  • Connects to PCs and Macs via Firewire (IEEE1394); USB transfer for stills

Reviews (10)

3-0 out of 5 stars Good and simple - gets the job done...
The optics on this camcorder don't make the rich colors I'm used to on my Sony Hi-8 8mm camcorder, but the camera is nice, lightweight and very easy to use. And the battery seems to last forever. DO NOT bother with the still photograph to SD card feature. There is *no* excuse for how bad the picture quality is. Get any cheap digital camera, if you want still pictures.

You can find these for far less than the original US$600 MSRP now, which makes them a good deal...

4-0 out of 5 stars Panasonic PV-DV203. Ergonomic, Stylish, Functional.
As an experienced digital camcorder and camera owner, I have
been on the move again. I was recently trying to decide which
digital camcorder to keep. Decisions, decisions. Immediately
after buying the 203, I tried out the new Sony TRV19. I found
that it had some nice Sony features, especially the Carl Zeiss
lens and touch screen LCD. I wish it had at least megapixel
still image quality or at least some type of interpolation. I
then returned to the Panasonic DV203 and have grown to like it a
lot. It offers nice features for the price and the overall
quality is fairly decent.

The Panasonic PAN PVDV203 that I originally, only briefly tried
out is looking better and better for the money.

Admittedly, the Panasonic PV-DV203 has some disadvantages and
might not be the "heavy duty serious" type of digital camcorder
that critical cameraphiles look for, but it has some nice features for the price. The non-glare LED
style light is a plus and it offers SD media
storage for [dollar amount]. There is a the "magic pix" setting for enhanced exposure although it contributes
to slow frame capture. Audio, a hallmark of Panasonic
not always mentioned in camcorder discussions, is superb.

Unfortunately, the low light capability of the Panasonic PV-
DV203 is mediocre in a dark or dimly lit room but quality seems
to improve significantly using the LED light and/or Magic Pix
feature. I still need to use this camcorder under a lot of
different conditions to get a much better idea as to its
capabilities. Initial reaction is that Sony optics in particular
are definitely superior. Whether that justified the price
difference is another matter and a very subjective decision. I
will be doing a lot of outdoor shooting shortly, but of course
that is optimal for most digital cameras and camcorders.

One of the major disadvantages is mainly the "interpolation"
instead of "real" megapixel still imaging. You can definitely
see the difference.

A web designer I work with who is very experienced with digital
photography pointed out to me that low light video is usually
not that great with many camcorders and that the low or zero lux
features available on some are a nice and important feature only
if you happen to shoot in very dark or non-lit areas. After
examining and handling it, he also noted that the Panasonic
DV203 has some nice features and that suggested that I should
use it extensively rather than prejudging it by constantly

looking for slight advantages or disadvantages. It does offer a
lot of functionality and I guess I am not going to find the
"perfect" digital camcorder in this price range. The bottom line
is that I need to get used to it, enjoy it and explore its
versatility, which is significant. It would also be nice,
... I am now leaning toward keeping this camcorder....

1-0 out of 5 stars Dew detection problem
I bought this product (Panasonic PVD203 MiniDV Digital Camcorder) for a Christmas present after doing, what I thought, was good research. After charging the battery and starting up a message came up that it had dew detection and would shut down in 5 sec. I left in a warm dry place overnight, thinking it would solve the problem. It did not. After "Googleing": Panasonic PVD dew, I found out that more then one person has had this problem and once it occurs does not go away. I never did get it to work so cannot comment on other features. Apparently, some of the Panasonic cameras in various models have bad sensors. I returned it and bought another brand that so far is working fine.

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy to learn
I bought this camera as a total novice. I think it was easy to learn to use and I'm absolutely fascinated with it. It provides good quality video, lighting options and most of the accessories come with it. I love it!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Family Camera
This is an awesome camera for families. We bought it after looking for 2 years. We love the lightweight capabilities and the rotating screen. With two very active boys it makes it easy to capture what is going on. We have had no trouble with the lighting features and the still images are great. While we aren't professional camera users by any means we do use the camcorder a lot and this one has been perfect. ... Read more


99. PANASONIC KX-FA75 Imaging/Toner Cartridge
by Panasonic

our price: $161.99
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Asin: B00006I5LJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 20128
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Features

  • Special high-yield black toner cartridge for the Panasonic KX-FLM600 Multifunction Fax/Copier/Printer/Scanner
  • Up to 6200 pages average output (based on mostly text with minimal graphics (output differs according to individual use)

100. PANASONIC RP-SD032 SD Flash Memory Card - 32 MB -
by Panasonic

our price: $24.99
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Asin: B00006HOGT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 11348
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