Panasonic Reveals Compact 3D Lens For Micro Four-thirds G Series Cams

Posted: Sep 21 2010, 8:40am CDT | by , in News | Digital Camera

Panasonic Reveals Compact 3D Lens for Micro Four-thirds G Series Cams
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3D lens fits all G-series cameras

Panasonic has unveiled a new 3D lens for its line of micro four-thirds G series cameras. The lens is very thin and compact making it one of the more portable 3D accessory lenses I have seen.

The lens crams two optic elements into the single lens mount for stereo right and left images shot at the same time. The lens is called ht the-FT012 and has a 12.5mm/F12 focal range. The lens takes the left and right images at the same time and the images are then processed with a 3D image processing system.

The final 3D images can be viewed on Panasonic Viera TVs and Blu-ray players that are 3D capable. The lens is optimized for shooting motion 3D images. The lens will ship in November for $249.95.

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