Released February, 2008
The Pros:Waterproof. Shock resistant. Compact.
The Cons:Video quality.
Released in 2008 the Panasonic SDR-SW20 is a waterproof, shock resistant standard definition camcorder. It is compact enough to fit into a bag or a pocket, and is waterproof which means it can take video in rain or snow, or even up to five feet underwater, making it perfect for consumers with a pool.
Loading latest prices from ProductWiki...
It is shockproof, resistant to drops up to 4 feet and dustproof making it a good option for the sandy beach. Though the Panasonic SDR-SW20 is great because of its size and durability, it also suffers from poor quality video and a relatively expensive price. It has similiar features and video quality as the Panasonic SDR-S7 but is a good hundred dollars more expensive meaning the consumer is paying that extra hundred just to be able to take it in the pool.
- CCD: 1/6", 680K pixels
- Resolution: 640 x 480 at 30 fps
- Screen: 2.7" LCD, 123K pixel
- Zoom: 10x optical, 700x digital
- Tape type: SDHC
- Interface: buttons
- Battery life: 75 minutes
- Waterproof up to 5 feet
- Shockproof up to 4 feet
- MotionSD STUDIO 1.3E software
- Quick Start Recording
User Reviews (1)
You may also like...