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Sony Handycam HDR-TD20V with 3D

[CES 2012] The 3D Handycam camcorder launched last year at CES has been totally revamped by Sony to get a 34% reduction in body size and a “very innovative name”: HDR-TD20V.

The distance between the two lenses has been decreased to roughly 21 mm, which allows shooting in 3D at a closer range (60cm). The EXMOR R sensor is larger than the one features in the previous model (Handycam HDR-TD10E), making it able to capture up to 20 megapixels still image and 1920×1080 full HD 60fps/24fps video.  You can view your 3D movies without using dedicated glasses in Full HD 3D directly on the 3.5″ Xtra Fine LCD (1229K) or playback your 3d videos in full HD 2D.

On the left last year model the HDR-TD10e and on the right the new Sony Handycam HDR-TD20v

Additionally, the Sony Handycam HDR-TD20V gets the new noise reduction features a.k.a Wind Noise Reduction (WNR) and Closer Voice, a built-in GPS with enhanced maps, and a built-in USB connector with Quick Charging that provides 2.5x faster charging time.

Side by side: letf HDR-TD10 - right HDR-TD20v

The Sony Handycam HDR-TD20V will be available in March for about $1500

For a detailed overview of the new features across the whole Handycam lineup, check out our article.

Sony Handycam HDR-TD20V feature highlights:

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