'World's smallest' SD camcorder? Your guess is as good as ours

With no dimensions, it's kind of hard to judge


Panasonic is releasing what it calls the "world's smallest SD camcorder," but there's just one problem: We have no idea how big it is. Pocket-lint broke the news of the SDR-10, which has a 2.7-inch widescreen LCD and a 10x zoom. It also has features that could be useful when dealing with any small piece of equipment that could easily slip from one's hand: water-resistance and shock absorption up to 1.2 meters, or nearly 4 feet. But no actual dimensions of the camera were provided, so Panasonic's size claims remain something of a mystery (or a neat marketing trick), as does its price. We do know that it's scheduled for release in May in the U.K., with preorders taken by at least one U.S. authorized Panasonic dealer.

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