You know what most home movies lack? Full 3D HD. That's why Panasonic's put together this brilliant little full HD 3D camcorder, set to launch in Fall of 2010. Pre-orders will open up in April, and pre-production models of the camera are being shown off at CES 2010 right now.
Unlike a traditional two-camera 3D rig, Panasonic's camera has the lenses, camera head, and dual memory card recorder built into a single body. The camera uses a twin-lens system to film in 3D, and allows the operator to adjust the convergence point or the stereoscopic controls while in use. This new camera uses a solid state drive in order to stay fast, light-weight, and small.3D cameras don't come cheap, sadly. If you want to take your home movies in glorious HD 3D you'll need to shell out an estimated $21,000 for the privilege. For now, it's probably best to just oggle the photos of this baby and wait for the day when HD 3D cameras become the norm.
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