Minox PX3D

September 16, 2010 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Digital Compact Cameras | 3 Comments | |
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At Photokina, Minox will unveil a new 3D camera called the Minox PX3D. Described as “revolutionary” by its manufacturer, the Minox PX3D allows one to take “fascinatingly realistic” 3D photos that can be viewed without the use of special glasses. Apart from that, precious little information has been released on the camera so far. Visitors to the trade show will, however, be able to see it with their own eyes at Stand D-010 in Hall 2.1.

Website: Minox press release in German

Image source: “obs/MINOX GmbH”

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#1 Arshad

price is not mention
waiting for the price to compare with Fuji

2:27 pm - Thursday, September 16, 2010

#2 Olivier Cahen

A camera for "3d photos that can be viewed without special glasses" should have its lenses aligned on a horizontal line, not vertical as seen on your picture here.
Was the photographer of your website sleeping when he shot these pictures?

2:59 pm - Friday, September 17, 2010

#3 Garras

Does this come with software to do vertical wiggle photos as shown in the teaser?

3:44 am - Tuesday, December 15, 2015