Remember the ViewMaster toy that you had back when you were a kid? Well, DXG might just usher back the good ol’ times for nostalgia’s sake with the DXG-018 3D pocket camera, where it will allow you to create your very own 3D content (to keep up with the times, of course, since 3D is where the action’s at ever since Avatar hit the big screen). Retailing for a highly affordable $69.99, the DXG-018 3D pocket camera will come in five different colors (pink, lavender, orange, green and yellow).
Obviously, being a 3D camera, the DXG-018 will come in the form of a dual-lens 3D camera that will save all colored snapshots onto an SD memory card. These photos can then be printed as side-by-side images with dotted lines so you know where to cut them, fitting them according to size in the included 3D cardboard viewers. When done, just slide them into the viewer and your eyes will deliver an experience which rolls back the years.
Each DXG-018 3D camera bundle will be accompanied by a trio of cardboard viewers, where extra viewer packs can be purchased separately later on if the need arises.
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