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Amateur Description of The Panasonic AG-HMC150

Panasonic AG-HMC150

I am not an expert on cameras and I don’t really know what I’m talking about, but one of my favourite cameras is the Panasonic AG-HMC150. 

The Panasonic AG-HMC150 was released in 2008, but is still a camera that can keep up with the cameras of today. 

The camera records up to 1080/60i and can record in 720/60p with many different combinations in between. 

It also has a wide range of settings for colour, exposure with neutral density filters, sound and other variables that the user can customise.

The camera records in AVCHD format and uses SD cards.

The camera‚Äôs filter size is 72mm which allows for lens attachments of that size. 

Also, there is a zoom that can be operated with a servo motor allowing for smooth zooming. 

Some problems that I have encountered with the HMC150 is that the servo can sometimes get stuck and cause for jumpy zooms, or for it not to move at all. 

But other than that I have not encountered any other problems with this camera. 

Another good aspect of this camera is that it has scene files which allow for the user to make upto 6 custom settings that are saved.

This allows for the user to be able to change settings, but not lose the settings that they had before if they are saved on a different scene file.