Written by: FFT Webmaster | January 11th, 2010
Las Vegas, Panasonic has unveiled the world’s first integrated twin lens full-HD 3D camera/ recorder at the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
The camera comes equipped with convergence point adjustment and automatic horizontal and vertical displacement correction functions. The solid state memory file based recording system will enable high efficiency production workflow for low budget 3D features and documentaries. Right and left full HD video streams can be recorded as files on memory cards, ensuring higher reliability than on other media. The camera/recorder weighs under 6.6 pounds and records on SDHC/SD memory cards. It will sell for approximately $21,000. A more detailed presentation of this product will occur at NAB 2010 in March. Availability of this 3D unit will be in the last quarter of this year.