Panasonic is Developing a Twin Lens 3D Camera with 3D Video Capabilities

September 1st, 2011

panasonic_logo_500.jpgFans of 3D have been extremely limited
when it comes to creating content – having to deal with a choice of
only a few cameras and a widely unsupported format, but things are
looking up. New cameras and camcorders are on the way, including the
new Lumix Twin-Lens 3D camera.

Panasonic says that the camera is still
in development but they’ll still be showing a prototype at IFA Berlin
at the beginning of September. The camera boasts two lenses with 4X
zoom and image stabilization that works both in 2D and 3D shooting.

You can do more than just shoot 3D
photos with the new Lumix 3D camera – you can do video too.
Panasonic says you’ll be able to do HD video in AVCHD format but
doesn’t specify the exact resolution. We’re guessing that means 720p.

There’s no word on pricing, but the new
3D camera is expected to have a winter 2011-12 release. A prototype of the camera will be on display at the IFA 2011 trade show; sorry no photos as of yet. 

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