Panasonic DMC-3D1 unveiled as world's smallest 3D camera
Panasonic has outdone the market unveiling the world's smallest 3D stills and video capable compact camera
Panasonic has officially unveiled the world's smallest consumer available 3D stills and video camera with the Panasonic DMC-3D1 release date lined up for later this year.
Utilising a compact twin lens system with folded optics design Panasonic has managed to squeeze high definition 3D photos and video recording capabilities into a shell no bigger than that of a standard two-dimensional compact pocket snapper.
Panasonic DMC-3D1 Features
Sporting a 12-megapixel high sensitivity MOS sensor with noise reduction technology allowing for crisper images, the Panasonic DMC-3D1 plays host to a pair of 25mm wide angle lenses each with 4x optical zoom.
Capable of seamlessly switching between 2D and 3D shooting modes Panasonic's pocketable extra dimensional snapper makes use of 8-megapixels for 3D snaps with Full HD 1080p 3D video shooting running at up to 8 frames-per-second.
Panasonic DMC-3D1 Release Date and Price
Following the camera's official unveiling Panasonic has confirmed that a Panasonic DMC-3D1 UK release date has been pencilled in for this December with pricing for the 3D snapper yet to be unveiled.
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