A100: Point-of-View Lifestyle Wearable Full HD Camcorder

  • Live broadcast life from your point of view in Full HD
  • Automatically compensates for tilt and stabilizes video
  • Wear and share comfortably even in wet conditions


The HX-A100 Wearable Full HD Camcorder is designed to easily capture and share videos of your everyday active life from your point-of-view. The compact, lightweight design of the A100 makes it comfortable to wear when shooting sports or events. By setting the camera on the included Ear Hook, you'll enjoy hands-free shooting without a helmet. A Multi-Mount option is also available for mounting the camera to a helmet or backpack. The waterproof design enables even greater shooting freedom in situations where the camera might get wet. The A100's built-in WiFi functions allow you to broadcast live video with simultaneous Full-HD recording. You can even easily upload videos to SNS (Social Networking Services) using a smartphone or tablet.

Stylish Wearable Design

Small and Lightweight

Lens: 30 g / Main Unit: 117 g

Waterproof and Dustproof

The IPX8 compliant waterproof design takes you down to 5ft /1.5m. The dustproof construction guards the camcorder against sand and dust.

Live Broadcast Life From Your Point of View in Full HD

Built-in Wi-Fi allows you to broadcast live video with simultaneous Full-HD recording making it easy to upload and distribute videos on the Internet while still recording in Full-HD.

Built-in Wi-Fi

You can shoot remotely and instantly share your images on SNS with a smartphone*.

*Operation requires a wireless device that has is the free Panasonic Image App installed. Panasonic Image App is available for iOS and Android OS.
·Android is a trademark of Google Inc.
·IOS is a trademark or registered trademark of Apple in the U.S. and other countries and is used under license.

Level Shot and Image Stabilizer

Automatically Compensate for Tilt and Stabilizes Video

The Level Shot function automatically corrects tilted images, while the Image Stabilizer suppresses blurring for crisp and clear videos.

Excellent Low-light Performance

Despite its compact size and lightweight design, the A100 achieves excellent image quality. The A100 features a host of image-enhancing technologies including a bright F2.5 lens, 1/4.1" BSI Sensor, and Advanced Image Processing LSI. Together they empower this wearable camera to capture clear, low-noise videos in both bright and dim lighting situations.

Slow Motion Video

Sharp, impressive slow-motion videos are easily recorded in HD quality.

Accessories To Wear and Share Comfortably Even In Wet Conditions

The waterproof design enables greater shooting freedom in situations where the camera might get wet. Accessories offer more options to share your life from your point of view in any condition.

  • Ear Hook
  • Armband Case
  • Multi Mount (Optional)

SpecificationsExpand All

    • Image Sensor
    • Total Pixels
    • Effective Pixels
    • Motion Image
    • Still Image
    • Lens Brand
    • F Value
    • Optical Zoom
    • Focal Length
    • Angle of View
    • Minimum focus distance
    • Standard Illumination
    • Minimum Illumination
    • Image Stabilizer
    • Focus
    • White Balance
    • Shutter Speed
    • Iris
    • Zoom
    • Optical Zoom
    • Digital Zoom
    • Media (Motion / Still Image)
    • Recording Format
    • Recording / Playback Mode
    • Audio Recording System
    • Microphone
    • Speaker
    • Recording Format
    • Recording Image Size
    • Still Image
    • Simultaneous Recording
    • Creating Still Image from Motion Image
    • Intermitting Recording
    • Flash
    • DPOF
    • Power Supply
    • Power Consumption
    • Weight
    • Without SD Card
    • With SD Card
    • Dimensions (W x H x D)
    • Interface
    • AV
    • HDMI
    • Microphones (Stereo mini)
    • Headphone (Stereo mini)
    • USB
    • AV Multi
    • Standard Accessories
    • AC Adaptor
    • AC Cable
    • DC Cable
    • Rechargeable Battery Pack
    • AV Multi Cable
    • AV Cable
    • IR Remote
    • Shoe Adaptor
    • USB Cable
    • SD Memory Card
    • Included Software
    • Lens Hood
    • Others
  • Wi-Fi
    • Standard
    • Frequency
    • Tough Design
    • Waterproof
    • Dustproof
  • Further Specifications
    • NOTE
    • UPC


Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by A great on-the-go camera that lets you forget it is along for the ride. It is a good quality product, very stylish. When it finally works, it works well. A hardware's downfall would be its short battery life while streaming and that the battery is neither removable nor you can connect the camera to a power source while streaming. But I keep my first opinion about the software part (Lumix Club & the mobile application): both are buggy and poorly designed. It is a shame to have software looking like a development version with such a good hardware. The head mount that comes with it is acceptable but not great; you have to use it as there is no other way to mount this camera. That is a serious problem in any other application. The cable to the controller is only about 2 feet long which also makes it difficult to use in other mounting applications. I did not use any of the included software as it is not necessary or useful, also the manual not really clear explain how to use device, but when you actually find out camera work very well. Also its will be really great if the camera will include memory card. You cannot do anything with this camera without the card. In the end I won’t to say that its works like a charm for I-phone or I-pad. Now just talk about this camera more detailed: The A100 is rather well designed, we think. It's a departure from the GoPro method, and it keeps the camera section separate from the recorder section. This is an interesting idea that does open up some new avenues, and also some frustrations. The camera section is small, and is tied to the recorder with a fixed cable. This can't be removed or replaced, which is a little worrying as it could break and render the whole device useless. Cables are always a bit of a problem in this regard, and we always like to see that devices have a method of easy replacement if a component goes wrong. Still, that's quite unlikely to happen, and the cable is thick, well insulated and feels like it will survive a lot of use. The record sections is quite simple. There are five buttons on the front, which are for power, video recording, still capture, Wi-Fi and locking the device. On the right-hand side, there's a switch which enables you to unlock a compartment within which the microSD slot and USB connector live. And that's pretty much all there is on the surface of the device. In the pack you get a headband, which is used to wear the camera section, and there's also an armband which you would use to hold the recorder section while you're doing whatever it is you happen to be doing with this camera. Let’s talk about Stabilization System with the head-mount, the Panasonic does the same thing, it gives you a view that's nearly identical to what you see as you go about your life. It's actually enormously pleasing to watch, and even though footage isn't Steadicam smooth, having it attached to your head does give it more stability than any hand-held camera. Along with being visually pleasing, the head mount means you don't have to worry about where you point the camera: just look that way, and you'll get a shot of what you want. It does take a little thought, because you need to remember not to randomly look at things that catch your eye, or it can be disconcerting to watch. Given some good light, the picture quality of video from the A100 is actually very good. Indoor light sensitivity is also pretty bad. What you tend to get is quite washed-out colours with lots of noise. This is a problem when light levels fall, but give it enough ambient light and results are watchable. But really, this isn't a camera for indoors, and if you need to record stuff inside, get one of Panasonic's other cameras that have near-professional levels of gain. Where video pretty much always remains watchable though, stills are a whole other level of not very good. Detail is almost non-existent here, and drop light levels to the point where no dedicated compact camera would struggle, and they really fall apart. As with all these small, sports cameras, sound is an issue. Go fast on a bike, say, and you'll get loads of wind noise. Put it in a quieter environment, and the wind noise goes, but you get lots of handling noise when you move or touch any part of the camera. It's a bit annoying, but not unique to this camera at all. The good news is that dialogue, when recorded, is really clear. It lacks low-end punch, but the quality and clarity is very good. This means that it will record conversations well, and we can see that being quite a nice use for this little setup. There's no real way to replace the on-board audio though, short of recording on another device, then dubbing it later and spending ages getting the sync right. Astute readers will notice that there is no screen on the A100. To get around this, Panasonic has an app that allows you to use a smartphone as a screen. We found it worked well, and for the purposes of remote controlling the camera, it's simple to use, and gives you everything you need to get the camera set-up. Having said that, it's actually surprising how little you need the app. Put the camera on, using the head mount, and you'll find that it automatically frames the same things you're looking at - which stands to reason. You need to watch the angle of the camera, because it can be changed, as can the rotation, so it's important to make sure it's not recording at 90 degrees or something before you go and do some once-in-a-lifetime activity. At times, the connection of the app can be a little bit of a pain. You need to connect your phone to the camcorder's own Wi-Fi network, and then start the app, or it simply won't work. But once it's connected, we found the range surprisingly good and the connection stable. One of the things we do like is the reasonably hassle-free way you can switch the camera to slow-no mode. It does involve using the app - but then most advanced features do - but once you've done it there's nothing else to do. You don't need to mess about in post production slowing the footage down, it is simply converted by the camera from 50p down to 25p, and in so doing reduces the speed by 50 per cent. The big problem we found was that it does this at the expense of a bit of picture sharpness. Outside in daylight, we don't think this will be a big deal, but inside it shows up quite noticeably. As this feature is more than likely going to be used by people doing sports, we think the picture quality will be much less of an issue overall. Certainly, the quality of the slow motion is so good, you can forgive the quality loss. The big problem with the A100 is its lack of removable battery. This would have been a simple fix for Panasonic, but the firm has opted for an internal cell that isn't user serviceable. Battery life, however, is good enough. We used it in various modes for more than two hours and had no problems. We also recorded solidly for over 45 minutes, and still had enough charge to mess around with it at the end of the day. The problem, of course, comes if you're away from reliable power, doing something extreme, or in the cold where batteries don't last as long. It's forgivable to some extent, as Panasonic has cleverly opted for USB recharging, which means you can recharge from anything from a laptop to a portable phone charging pack. The HX-A100 is a tough camcorder to score. There are a few little things about it I don't like. I’d love to be able to swap the battery, and the picture quality is a little on the soft side, with too much noise in less than perfect conditions. On the other hand, it's a really well thought-out product. The view you get is so ideal for extreme sports, but also has uses in other types of production. It gives you a human perspective, and can produce footage with more impact because you can relate to it. Overall, I think it's solid though, and it's not desperately overpriced considering the competition. And even this camera has some minuses I will definitely recommend it. September 25, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Good product with potential for improvement I used der camera mounted on a helmet for kajaking and canyoning. Setup and connection to my iPhone was easy and fast. Footage quality is quiet good in sunlight. With less light as it is often the case in canyons the image quality suffers. Here is clearly room for improvement. I like the slow motion mode in HD. Great to record jumps. What I missed from my previous camera was a one touch recording switch. An action camera needs a fast and reliable switch to start and stop recording. In addition the LED recording indicator is not bright enough. It can hardly be seen in sunlight. As the battery live is not really great (as for most acton cams) I missed the possibility to change the battery. The arm strap that holds the recording unit is too wide and did not hold well on my arm. The device fell several times out of the holder. Fortunately the cable and helmet mount were robust enough to hold the recording unit. My proposal for improvement would be to mount the recording unit on the back of the helmet and to add a small remote switch with a clear ON and OFF state. August 24, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fantastic, versatile little camera I couldn't be happier with this product. It is a versatile little camera with fantastic hd recording capabilities that you can find a use for in myriad of situations. I use it daily as a dashcam in my car through a selfmade mount that I attach to the back mirror. I also use it on hiking and biking trips. It is waterproof so I never have to worry about weather, unlike my phone, and possesses an image stabilizing function, so I never have to worry about a blurry recording. You can also use it to stream live video, although I have not done so as of yet, and since it has no display, you can sync it with your smartphone to view the recordings as they happen. Overall it is a very well built, affordable, steardy and versatile product. Would not expect anything less from Panasonic. August 14, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by One of the good action cameras out there I have really enjoy the camera. Been taken video on my last sailing trip. Currently installing this camera in my car. I am sure will have a lot of fun from the video of Brooklyn traffic :)))) August 8, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by A Gadget that every person should own I have waited soo long for something like this to come on the market. It has exceeded my expectations. Its small and super light (some times you forget you're wearing it). Now i can do 2 things at once, record and continue what i was doing using both hands and both eyes- where with other camcorders you use one hand and one eye to operate the camera. It goes comfortably around your head and you're ready to Go! streaming videos is easy and quality is better then expected. I'm not a computer nerd so i find most things difficult to opperate , however this has been an Amazing experience . July 23, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Excellent camera for those with active lifestyles If you're an adrenaline junkie like I am, you will really come to appreciate this little device. The HX A100 is a trully great product that you can use for a very wide number of activities, including diving, biking, hiking, and really anything and everything you want to capture for your memories. I adore this camera as it acts as a great dashcam with a few self made modifications. The video quality is fantastic and I was able to pair it up with my Iphone for LCD access since it doesn't come with one. Seems very durable and well built and is light in weight. A fantastic product that I would recommend to anyone looking for a small, yet versatile camera. July 15, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Captured the moment without missing living in it! As a mom I find it hard to balance what moments to capture and what to live in. I don't want to live life through a viewfinder/screen, but I also want to preserve the moments, too. With this camcorder I was able to record the moment and live it. I used it to record graduations (and I wasn't one of those people with their camcorders or phone in anyone's way), going to the zoo, and playing at the park. I am not an extremist that records jumping off of things. I am just a regular mom and I loved this camcorder. It took a little getting used to because I am not used to wearing a camera. The armband was a little hot to wear in the heat of the summer. I have only had this camcorder for a couple of weeks, but I am so happy with it. The controls are very easy and intuitive. My kids really got a kick out of the A100 and asked to wear it and record, too. It was really fun seeing things from their perspective. They did fun things wearing it like riding bikes quickly down hill, climbing trees, and playing on the playground. My kids even dropped it a few times, but it didn't affect the performance at all. The image quality is really great. The colors pop without being over saturated. I was very pleasantly surprised with how well the videos look. At this price, being so compact, and easy to use I was honestly expecting inferior video quality. Not at all, though. So happy I went with this camcorder. For an active family I think this is a great choice. I highly recommend the A100 for any mom that wants to be more in the moment than just recording it! My friends are already asking how to get one for themselves. May 31, 2013
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Firmware & Drivers FIRMWARE
  • What support content is available for my product?

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  • Is there any software for the Max that will work with the camcorder?
    Yes, you would be able to use iMovie for videos and iPhotos for pictures.
  • Is there a camcorder that records video that does not split into multiple videos when the file size exceeds 4GB?
    All of the Panasonic camcorders maximum file size is 4GB.
  • Is there a camcorder that is compatible with a 128GB SDXC SD Card?
    There are no camcorders compatible with a 128GB SDXC SD Card.
  • Is the camcorder compatible with Mac OSX?
    The camcorder is compatible with Mac OSX. To import the videos use iMovie software.
    Note: Videos recorded in 1080/60p is incompatible with iMovie.
  • I saw a notice on Panasonic's web site that a firmware update was available for my camera. What is a "firmware update" and is it important that I install it?
    Panasonic may occasionally add a new feature to the camera, or if we discover a minor problem after the camera started selling Panasonic may issue new firmware to make the necessary changes. Any new firmware release includes a description of the changes it makes. If you are having the problem it corrects, or if you want to add the new feature, follow the instructions and install the update. You should always begin the firmware update usong a fully charged battery.
  • I have used the wrong charger cable, now my camcorder doesn't turn on. How can I fix this?
    You will be required to send it to our Service Center to have the camcorder repaired. Click the below link and submit a new repair request.
  • How do I transfer images from my wearable camera to an iOS device? (HXA100,HXA500)
    To learn how to do this, Click Here
  • How do I fix my LCD screen when it is freely swinging in and out while in use?
    You will be required to send it to our Service Center to have the camcorder repaired. Click the below link and submit a new repair request. Click Here
  • How do I combine two scenes, because when I pause the video when recording it creates a different scene?
    You are able to combine both of the scenes into one by using the HD Writer software that is provided with the camcorder. To use the software however, you will require an Operating System no earlier than Windows XP
  • How do I clean my camcorder?
    Before cleaning, detach the battery or pull out the AC adaptor from the AC outlet, and then wipe the product with a dry soft cloth.
  • How can videos and pictures be transferred to my PC without using the supplied software?
    Connect the camcorder to the PC via USB cable. After camcorder and PC are connected, drag and drop the files to the specified folder.
    Note: The files that are drag and drop cannot be edited, burn or playback using the supplied software.
    It is recommended to use the supplied software to transfer the pictures and videos to the PC.
  • How can the error message "Check card" be resolved when inserting SD card.
    Confirm the SD card is not in "LOCK" position.
    Check if the SD works in the PC. If yes, format the SD card using the PC and reinsert the SD card.
    If the issue persists try to use a different SD card. If the issue remains on all of the SD cards the camcorder needs servicing. Click the link below and submit a new repair request:
  • How can I maximize my SD Card?
    The maximum amount of space will be achieved when all previous photos have been deleted. The actual number of photos your card can hold will vary depending on the size, resolution and content of the photos.
  • How can I fix the camcorder when it beeps twice and powers off even when fully charged?
    There appears to be a problem with the internal components of the unit. The camcorder needs to be serviced. Click the link below and submit a new repair request.

  • How can I fix LCD screen picture loss and vertical lines?
    There appears to be a problem with the internal components of the unit. The camcorder needs to be serviced. Click the link below and submit a new repair request.

  • How can I fix a loose LCD screen?
    The LCD screen is required to be serviced. The service center is where the camcorder needs to be sent. Click the link below and submit a new repair request.

  • How am I able to correct the error message that my laptop does not find the new equipment whenever I connect my Camcorder to the laptop?
    Make sure that you are using the supplied USB that comes with the Camcorder. Then, attempt to connect the camcorder to a different USB port. Also, you may try to connect to a different PC to determine whether the issue is with the PC or camcorder.
  • Does the camcorder have an upgrade conversion kit or a trade in value?
    There are no upgrades kits or trade in values for the camcorder. We apologize for the inconvenience.
  • Does software come with this camcorder?
    HD Writer VE 2.0 You can copy the motion/still picture data to the HDD of PCs or write to media such as Blu-ray discs, DVD discs or SD cards using HD Writer VE 2.0, which is the software installed in the supplied CD-ROM. Refer to the operating instructions of HD Writer VE 2.0 (PDF file) for details on how to use it.
  • Can this camera be connected to a PC?
    Yes, to any PC capable of recognizing a mass storage device. Windows 7/Windows Vista/Windows XP/Windows 2000/Windows Me. Mac, OS X v10.1 ~ v10.7.
  • Can the camera's menu be shown in any other language?
    Cameras sold for the US market generally support English and Spanish. Portugese is also now supported in some 2012 models.
  • Can the camcorder record in 24P mode?
  • Can I view my pictures on my TV screen?
    You can view pictures on a TV screen by connecting your camera to your TV with the AVcable.
  • Can I use this camcorder as a webcam?
    No, you cannot use this unit as Webcam.
  • Can I transfer videos without connecting the camcorder to the PC?
    The videos will need to be recorded on an SD card a placed into a SD Card reader to import the videos to the computer.
  • Can I record in PAL?
    No, NTSC only.
  • Can I leave the battery attached when I store the camera?
    Storing the unit with the battery attached may result in a discharged battery. This may result in you not being able to use the battery the next time you want to use the camcorder.
  • Can I increase the time that the camcorder pre-records up from 3 seconds?
    No. currently the pre-record feature is set to 3 seconds before you press the [record] button.
  • Can I go back and time stamp my photos after I have copied them to my PC?
    If the photo was not modified in any way (including renaming it) you should be able to copy it back to the original location on the SD card and use any feature the camera would offer. Once the photo was modified or altered, this would not be possible.
  • Can I get the time and date to show on my video when I import it to my computer?
    Yes, the date and time is displayed under every thumbnail title. The date and time is not displayed on the video playback.
  • Can I change the name of the Network ID on the camcorder?
    Yes, go to Wi-Fi Setup -> Device Name.
  • Can additional languages be added to the camera?
    The camera is unable to add additional languages.
  • Am I able to zoom while recording with this camcorder? (HX-A100)
    You cannot zoom with this device.
  • Am I able to use the Panasonic software with a different brand camcorder?
    The Panasonic software was meant to be only used with videos recorded by supporting Panasonic camcorders.
  • Am I able to transfer videos to the computer using the USB cable?
    Unfortunately, it is not possible to transfer videos to your computer using a USB cable. A video clip can be transferred directly to your PC (Personal Computer) via a DV Interface Cable (i.LINK) using products and software from a number of video editing software companies such as Windows Movie Maker. In order to transfer videos, your PC is required to have a DV terminal.
  • Am I able to record with this camcorder for a continuous 3 hours? Also, am I able to record with a LCD screen closed using a smartphone or tablet to operate?
    Yes, the camcorder is capable of continuous recording for 3hrs if the camcorder is connected to an AC adapter and there is sufficent recordable space available on the memory.
  • Am I able to charge this unit using USB to a power outlet? (HX-A100)
    Yes, you charge this unit via USB to a power outlet.
  • Am I able to charge this product using USB to a power outlet? (HX-A100)
    Yes, you can charge this product via USB to a power outlet.
  • Why is my computer unable to detect the camcorder?
    Follow the steps below to correct the problem 1. After re-inserting the SD card into this unit, reconnect the supplied USB cable. 2. Select another USB terminal on the PC. 3. Connect the supplied USB cable again after restarting the PC and turning the unit on.
  • Why does the product not turn on after using the wrong charger?
    The Camcorder needs to be sent to the Service Center to be repaired. Click the link below and submit a new repair request:

    Note: Panasonic is not responsible for 3rd party failure

  • What type of lenses do Panasonic camcorders use?
    Panasonic camcorders use Leica lenses which are made out of high quality glass.
  • What size SD Card can I use in my Camera?
    Cameras with a manufacturing date of 2006 or before can use Standard Sd Cards ( 2GB Max ) only. Models manufactured from 2007 thru 2009 can use Standard SD Cards and SDHC Cards ( Max 32GB ) Cameras Manufactured 2010 and later can use all SD Cards up to and including SDXC cards (64GBMax ).There is no firmware update that willincrease the maximum size of the SD Card for allowable usage.
  • What size and type memory card can I use in my camcorder?
    Panasonic camcorders use a SD (Secure Digital) card. There is the Standard SD, and also the SDHC (Secure Digital High Capacity), and SDXC (Secure Digital eXtended Capacity) Card Formats that can be used.
    • In 2007, camcorders can use up to a maximum of 4GB SDHC Card.
    • In 2008, camcorders can use up to a maximum of 8GB SDHC Card.
    • In 2009, camcorders can use up to a maximum of 32GB SDHC Card.
    • In 2010 to current, camcorders use up to a maximum of 64GB SDXC Card.

    Depending on the specific model of your camcorder. Refer to the owner's manual for the type of card to be used. Recording video also requires a fast memory card and so Class 6 cards up to the newer Class 10 cards are recomended.

  • What should I do if my camera won't turn on?
    First, ensure that the batter is fully charged, keeping in mind that the charge indicator light turns off after charging is complete (approximately 90 minutes). A depleted battery will usually cause the camera to power on, and then quickly off. If your battery is more than a year old, it may need to be replaced.
  • What is O.I.S?
    O.I.S (Optical Image Stabilizer) helps to reduce the effects of shake during the recording while walking, or holding the unit and recording the subject while using zoom.
  • What is AVCHD?
    AVCHD stands for Advanced Video Coding High Definition. AVCHD is the format for recording and playback of High Definition Videos.
  • There are vertical/horizontal lines in my LCD screen. What do I do?
    We suggest you remove the battery and after a short wait, replace it. If this does correct the issue the camera will need to be sent in for service. Please click here for assistance.Click Here.
  • The LCD screen on my camera is blank. What do I do?
    We suggest you remove the battery and after a short wait, replace it. If this does correct the issue the camera will need to be sent in for service. Please click here for assistance.Click Here.
  • My lens cover won't open or close. What do I do?
    We suggest you remove the battery and after a short wait, replace it. If this does correct the issue the camera will need to be sent in for service. Please click here for assistance.Click Here.
  • My camera won't power on. What can I do?
    If you have a second battery, try it to see if you can power on the camera. If you don't have an extra battery and you're sure the battery you have is fully charged then the camera may need to be serviced. Click Here.
  • Is this model camcorder compatible with Mac OS X?
    Yes, the camcorder is compatible with the Mac OS. You will be required to use iMovie11 in order to import the videos, however any videos recorded in 1080/60p is not compatible with iMovie.
  • Is there any way to place a protective film on the touch screen?
    Yes, a protective film can be placed on the touch screen.
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