August 9, 2010 19:05 by Ty
Panasonic offers a new 3D camcorder in digital high definition with 3D conversion lenses. The user attaches a 3D conversion lens, which is included with the camera, and can capture both the left and right images at the same time. The resolution of each image is captured at 960 x 1080 pixels and is captured using the side-by-side method. It is one of the first 3D video shooting camera that is estimated to cost under $2000 for consumers.
Special features of the 3D camcorder are full-HD 1080P and 60P progressive movie recording that allow resolutions up to 1920 x 1080 with 60 frames per second progressive recording. An advanced 3MOS system with a 3MOS sensor that splits the light information captured by the lens into the three primary colors and processes each color with its own individual sensor. Also included is an intelligent auto with hybrid I.O.S. (Optical Image Stabilization).
The Panasonic 3D camera goes on sale in Japan August 20, 2010 and should reach the U.S. consumer market this fall in October 2010.
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Hammacher Schlemmer offers a compact 3D video camera at an affordable price of $599.95. As 3D TVs have been hitting the market, the new Hammacher Schlemmer 3D video camera is the only camcorder on the market that records video in 3 dimensions for under $1000. Each camera lens sensor records at 3 megapixels and 640X480 pixel resolution. The camcorder also has 2D / 3D video capabilities and encodes as an AVI file. Pictures can also be shot in 2D or 3D mode as .JPG files. The 3D camcorder also comes with a 4GB SD memory card capable of holding up to 4 hours of video or 3,000 pictures in 3D. The 3D camera's battery life lasts about 2 hours and takes about 6 hours to fully recharge.