Panasonic Twin-Lens 3D Digital Camera

August 31, 2011 | Mark Goldstein | Digital Compact Cameras | 1 Comment |

Panasonic has announced the development of a LUMIX twin-lens 3D digital camera. Due to be released in winter this year, the Panasonic 3D camera features two newly developed 4x zoom lenses with thin, folded optics.

Panasonic Press Release

Panasonic Develops New Compact, Twin-Lens 3D Digital Camera with HD Video Capability

Panasonic today announced the development of a LUMIX twin-lens 3D digital camera that is planned to be released in winter this year. The new compact digital camera will enable users to take 3D photos and 3D HD videos and will be on display at IFA 2011.

The new camera’s compact size was achieved by employing two newly developed 4x zoom lenses with thin, folded optics. This optical zoom system enables highly versatile 3D shooting, from wide anThe advantages of the twin-lens design are further utilized to snap stunning, full-pixel 2D photos while shooting 2D videos at the same time. The new camera captures 3D HD videos in the AVCHD format using the side-by-side method.gle to telephoto, and an Optical Image Stabilizer which also works during both 2D and 3D shooting to produce high-quality photos and videos with minimal blurring.

The advantages of the twin-lens design are further utilized to snap stunning, full-pixel 2D photos while shooting 2D videos at the same time. The new camera captures 3D HD videos in the AVCHD format using the side-by-side method.

To increase the enjoyment of 3D viewing, shooting and playing, the 3D photos and videos taken can be easily viewed on a VIERA 3D TV by simply inserting the SD card with 3D content into the TV’s SD card slot or by connecting the camera to the TV with an HDMI cable. By providing a compact digital camera that makes shooting and viewing 3D photos and videos a breeze, Panasonic aims to further expand the world of 3D entertainment.



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If you’re considering purchasing a compact digital camera, start by evaluating what you will be take a picture most of the time using your camera, then check if the camera features support what your needs.

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