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Panasonic TX-P50VT20 3D Plasma TV Review

May 13th, 2010 6 comments

panasonic TX-P50VT20 plasma tvOver the years remarkable developments have been taking place in Television technology like LCD, HDTV etc. Similar trend has been following in case of recording media also from tape to Blu Ray disc. Panasonic also following the same trend and integrate their product with contemporary technologies. One of such example is Panasonic TX-P50VT20 3D plasma TV. It is Panasonic first TV with 3D technology. It comes with price tag of £2,070.00 in UK

Let us discuss about its specification

Panasonic TX-P50VT20 comes with 50” full HD screen with 1920 x 1080p resolution; it equipped both Freeview HD and Freesat HD Tuner. Another unique feature it comprises is 600Hz Sub-field Drive Intelligent Frame Creation Pro.

Connectivity features include two Scart inputs, a set of component jacks which bundled with matching phono audio output. All this features are integrated at the backside of the device along with three v1.4 HDMIs and Ethernet port.

There are extra connectivity features which are present on the side of the Panasonic TX-P50VT20 3D plasma TV. These include 2 USB ports, one extra HDMI, SD card slot and one CI card bay.

The device was awarded with THX certification.

Significant features of Panasonic TX-P50VT20

Panasonic TX-P50VT20 is supported by DLNA which means it can fetch and play files from other network using Ethernet connectivity or elective wireless dongle.

It allow user to record basic program to the attached USB hard drive.

When comes to picture processing it has plenty of modes which allow user to adjust picture content. C.A.T.S is one such feature which process pictures depending on ambient light with the help of its automatic contrast tracking technology.

It comes with the alternate-frame sequence function in which distinct full High definition images (1920 x 1080 pixels) are exhibited alternately for the left and right eyes. Using 3 D active shutter glasses you can experience the 3D pictures. The shutter glasses are synchronized with the image delivered by TV. However, these glasses are told not very comfortable to use and color balance is not very striking.

Panasonic TX-P50VT20 3D HD TV comes with NeoPDP plasma technology. Manufacturer Panasonic claimed that it delivers clear and sharp images as NeoPDP technology features quick response time and quicker light emitting process, evolving from latest technological innovation of phosphor composition and light-emitting process.

In general, you can say The Panasonic TX-P50VT20 3D plasma TV is a remarkable device that will surely thrill enthusiast of plasma technology. Even the non-3D HD pictures it projects are of great quality. In short when comes to choosing a Television with 3D technology, the device claims to be promising one.

Nikon D300S Camera review

November 10th, 2009 2 comments

However, Nikon has proven itself to be one of the top quality and has carved a name for it even. With excellent new features, specifications, and better quality of image Nikon D300s this is one camera that you will be proud of carrying with you.

You will be able to get pictures of professional quality with this Nikon D300s, whether you are taking pictures as a hobby or by profession. The Nikon D300S model from has earned rave reviews from critics and Digital Camera professionals. This camera is different model from the D300. However, the Nikon D300s is more of upgraded model of D300 and extension of its predecessor. It is not something built from scratch.

Nikon D300s adds movie mode that was not available in its digital camera model D300 predecessor. This allows you to record up to 720p HD quality video at 24 fps in Motion JPEG format.It also comes with stereo sound quality that is great to listen.

There is a live view function in D300S that can be accessed through video recording. It is now possible to use the dedicated live view button located at the D300S rear. There is a  Quiet Release feature thae enables you to cope with different sounds coming from various shooting environments. This allows us to get the best possible audio for your all kinds of recording.

As far as the design is concerned,  Nikon D300s comes with specifications that that is very close to its predecessor D300S. The camera body is made with Magnesium alloy frame. The grip is made with  rubberized panels. The view finder of D300 is very good with a 100-percent frame coverage

The camera utilizes Active D-lighting feature that helps this digital camera deliver better looking images.  There is a good balance in color with Standard setting . You may also switch onto the Vivid Mode to make the pictures more lively. The detail and sharpness of the image produced is impressive.

On final note, the camera offers value for its price practical. This will be one of the factors that will govern the camera buying choice.  The drop in the price of the camera make it a lucrative buying choice. The camera will let you produce pictures of professional quality at a price you can afford.