Panasonic Twin-lens Full HD 3D Camcorder

[CES 2010] With the popularity of the 3D version of Avatar, a lot of people are going to be taking 3D movies more seriously now, and Panasonic looks like it’s in a good position to capitalize on that, thanks to its newly announced twin-lens full HD 3D camcorder. It sports twin-lenses (obviously) and dual memory card slots, allowing you to capture 3D footage immediately, without all the hassle of doing it the traditional way. Even better, its recording medium is SDHC memory cards, helping you lower the cost. That being said, the device itself is more than pocket change, as it’s going for $21,000, though that’s not too bad if you’re doing some big budget film, it’s probably more than Joe Average can afford. The Twin-lens Full HD 3D camcorder will be available in Q4 of 2010, and Panasonic is also looking to release a 3D Full HD LCD monitor for use in the field, and a digital mixer for live 3D broadcasting shortly after.

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