Panasonic is giving a bump to their 3CCD line-up
of cams this morning with the introduction of their VDR-D310 and NV-GS320 models. The VDR-D310 records to DVD-R DL in addition to the usual DVD-R/RW/RAM formats for up to 138 minutes of recordings. The NV-GS320 records to miniDV tape. Both models shoot 3.1 megapixel pictures and feature a 2.7-inch LCD and 10x optical zoom lens supported by Panny's MEGA optical image stabilization to keep the bur to a minimum. Each camera also shoots pictures directly to SDHC
although only the GS320 can record video to the new SD 2.0 card format. They hit later this month in Japan with the the VDR-D310 going for about ¥95,000 ($798) while the NV-GS320 should demand only ¥75,000 ($630). See the NV-GS320 after the break.