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- Panasonic HDC-TM40
- The Panasonic HDC-TM40 is no longer the bargain it may have originally appeared to be in early 2011.
Panasonic HDC-TM40 Camcorder Review
The TM40 didn't show us anything amazing in our motion test, but the camcorder was able to produce smooth video using its highest-quality 1080i record mode. Artifacting was present throughout our motion test, even in areas of the video without any moving subjects, and there was also a significant amount of pixelation and color fringing in our rotating pinwheels (see the video below for a better idea of what we're talking about). The TM40 offers no alternate frame rate options for recording HD video—it's all captured at 60i—but the iFrame mode uses a 30p frame rate to record standard definition video. More on how we test motion.
- Product Tour
- Color Performance
- Low Light Performance
- Motion Performance
- Sharpness Performance
- Sample Videos
- Ease of Use
- Recording Options
- Other Features
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