Panasonic Corporation presented its latest digital audio visual products and technologies at the IFA 2009 in Berlin

This year, visitors were given the opportunity to enjoy a new viewing experience that actually feels more real than it ever has before thanks to Panasonic's Full HD 3D technology

Core Facts

• This year, visitors were given the opportunity to enjoy a new viewing experience that actually feels more real than it ever has before thanks to Panasonic's Full HD 3D technology
• Panasonic presented Blu -ray Disc Recorders for the German market
• The DMR -BS850 and DMR -BS750, which feature twin high -definition tuners, are capable of recording two programs simultaneously
• Visitors were able to convince themselves of the quality of Panasonic's VIERA plasma and LCD televisions
• Panasonic also showed new models in the areas of LUMIX digital still cameras (LUMIX DMC -ZX1, LUMIX DMC -GF1, LUMIX DMC -FZ38, LUMIX DMC -FX60, LUMIX DMC -FP8), home cinema systems, as well as energy -efficient household appliances

"Revolutionary Technology"
The slogan of this year's Panasonic IFA booth was "Revolutionary Technology" and, in fact, the company unveiled many significant new technologies that lived up to this claim. The 3D Cinema Experience area that offers cinema -like Full HD 3D experience was this year's highlight. This Full HD 3D Theatre goes well beyond today's conventional 3D technology, and it is the world's first Full 3D solution ever to be shown, with far superior picture quality than other solutions displayed and a lifelike viewing experience.

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