Panasonic's stereo 3D HDC-SDT750 camcorder is official after leaks

Looks like the leaks on the Panasonic HDC-SDT750 are pretty accurate, with the HDC-SDT750 camcorder being made official at last. This is a watershed moment, since it is a camcorder which shoots in stereoscopic 3D thanks to snapping on a bundled 3D conversion lens which will split the image, recording it in left and right images using its 1080p sensor. While it won’t look as sharp as what you see in the movies since each side maxes out at 960 x 1080 pixels, it should be passable on standard 3D TVs. Of course, 2D video recording is still possible as that is going to be the mainstay feature for camcorders for years to come as stereo 3D technology for consumers is still in its infancy. Expect to fork out $13,99 for the HDC-SDT750 when it hits the market this October. [Press Release]

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