Panasonic introduces 3D lens for Micro Four Thirds cameras

Stereoscopic 3D has just taken on a whole new level in the form of the Panasonic 3D lens for Micro Four Thirds cameras which was just introduced today at Photokina. This $250 still camera lens can be hooked up to its Lumix G series of Micro Four Thirds cameras, bringing along a new dimension to your family photos. Needless to say, you would also need to bring home a 3D TV in order to view these 3D photos, and Panasonic will be all too pleased to coerce you into picking up a 3D TV from Panasonic at the same time. This Panasonic lens comes with small twin lenses built inside, where they are separated by a distance of 1cm in order to capture the 3D effect.

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