Camera Makers Take 3D to the Living Room

Two companies have begun offering consumer-oriented camcorders capable of making 3D videos. The Panasonic HDC-SDT750 comes with a special conversion lens, letting users switch between 3D and 2D recording, and DXG USA says its new camera's playback screen will show 3D content without requiring glasses.

With 3D movies now mainstream fare in theaters and 3D TVs adorning retail shelves, it was only a matter of time before 3D consumer camcorders would begin to hit the market. That time was this week as two camcorder makers, Panasonic and DXG USA announced 3D camcorder products.

Panasonic HDC-SDT750
Panasonic HDC-SDT750

Panasonic's 3D offering, the HDC-SDT750, is a camcorder-lens combo expected to sell in the United states for around US$1,400. When a user wants to shoot 3D, they attach a 3D conversion lens to the camcorder. Without the lens, the unit can shoot ordinary 2D video.

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