Back in February 2011, Panasonic gave us a glimpse of its new upcoming range of colorful handheld camcorders, but left consumers in the dark as to availability and pricing on the devices. Now the company has announced that these devices will hit stores in July.
The new flip-style 1080p HM-TA20 will be available on retail at a price of $200, while its smaller brother, the HM-TA2 will retail at a price of $170.
The upright 16-megapixel, 1080p HX-WA10 will be available on retail at a price of $350, and the HX-DC10, which consists of the same functionalities without weatherproofing, will retail at $280.
The 14-megapixel HX-DC1 will retail at $200.