Panasonic is trying make you go 3D. The company has unveiled the Lumix DMC-3D1 camera with dual 25-100mm lenses and 12.1-megapixel High Sensitivity MOS sensors, ushering you to go 3D.
Sounds cool, huh? Read on to find out more.
The LUMIX 3D1 comes equipped with 25mm ultra-wide angle lenses with 4x optical zoom that is capable of recording high resolution 8-megapixel 3D photos and recording 1080i 3D HD videos. And if you prefer sticking to 2D, then you can capture 12-megapixel 2D photos, as well as, record 1920x1080i full HD 2D videos too.
There’s a 2D/3D dedicated switch at the rear, using which you can choose your preferred mode. Under the covers, a Quad-Core processor lends speed, at 4fps of continuous shots with autofocus on or 8fps without autofocus.
The decent resolution of 1920×1080 should ensure you get nice pictures, and moreover, the 3200 ISO settings should enable you to click away in low light without any problems. The LUMIX 3D1 features a large 3.5-inch Smart Touch screen on the back for you to work on the entire camera functions.
The Panasonic LUMIX DMC-3D1 is scheduled to hit the stores on December 2011. Get yours for $499.99 and start creating your 3D world.