Panasonic announced today a slightly new version of the Panasonic FZ-M1, which now gets a RealSense 3D camera that can measure dimensions and build 3D models in the field.
It’s on display at Hannover Messe in Germany today, where this 7-inch Windows tablet is demonstrated with the Intel RealSense D410 camera on the back of the tablet.
This particular camera has a user range from 16cm to 10m, though the resolution is still low so far on long distance photos, with a image resolution of 1280 x 720.
The other specs on the Panasonic FZ-M1 have not been upgraded otherwise, so we are still looking at a rugged 7-inch Windows 10 Pro tablet for enterprise use, powered by a 6th gen. Intel Core m5 processor, with 8GB RAM, 256GB storage, and a 1280 x 720 resolution display at 500 nits.
Panasonic says that the price is just over 2000 Euro for this model with the 3D camera.
– Tom Bowen