3D seems to be gaining a stranglehold on most people, ranging from games to movies and now, photos. For those who have not seen Avatar in 3D, we’d strongly recommend you make the time and effort to snag some tickets and view a technological marvel of our times coupled with a pretty decent plot, but we digress. Sony aims to be well positioned when consumer-friendly 3D cameras become mainstream in the digital photography market, and are currently developing a 3D flavor of its Alpha line which will help increase market share. How will this affect the digital photography landscape in the future? It could work extremely well or tank, but that all depends on many factors, among the most important would be user adoption and whether they see that such technology is essential or not.
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