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Mark Peters : July 11th 2005 - 18:00 CET

Panasonic D-Snap SVA S3 Secure Digital Device


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PanasonicPanasonic D-Snap SVA S3 Secure Digital Device : Delightfully small, digitally superior and definitely smart, the Panasonic D-Snap SV-AS3 is the all-in-one must have product this year. Filled to the brim with advanced technology, this pocket sized, sexy model is capable of capturing photographs and compressed MPEG4 video footage, playing back up to 40 hours of MP3 and AAC music and recording memos. Capture whatever you want, whenever you want with this miniature marvel using the versatile Secure Digital memory card as recording media, and view digital photos and footage on the Panasonic SV-AS3's LCD viewer, via your DIGA DVD recorder or one of Panasonic's award winning Viera flat screen televisions.
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The D-Snap SV-AS3 can play up to 40 hours of your personal music files in MP3, WMA, and AC format from the SD memory card, thanks to the large capacity battery and energy saving features. The SD-Jukebox (Ver. 5.0 LE) music software, allows you to record music files from a PC onto the SD memory card, and then organise songs by artist, title, personalised playlists even with visual images of the artist or album. An exceptional feature is the 'Music Sommelier' (mood analyser) which can automatically select songs to match your mood, ideal for alleviating stress during tiresome train journeys. With no moving parts, the SV-AS3 is highly resistant to vibration, therefore tunes are smooth and skip-free.

MPEG 4 Motion Picture recording
The Panasonic SV-AS3 is ideal for recording never to be repeated events, spontaneously. With its Extra Fine mode, the SV-AS3 offers the convenience of recording MPEG4 images at 30 frames per second, ensuring smooth and natural footage. After recording, you can view thumbnails of the clips you have shot using the incorporated software SD-Viewer (Ver 3.4), making it far easier to find particular files to play back, delete, or compile into a playlist for viewing. D-Snap users can record a TV programme to the SD memory card using a Panasonic DIGA DVD recorder, such as the DMR-E500H, and replay the MPEG4 footage from the card on the SV-AS3.





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