Panasonic has announced the creation of a digital 3D camera of the LUMIX series. A device equipped with two lenses is expected to appear on the market this winter. This new compact camera will allow users to take 3D pictures and record 3D HD movies. The new camera will be presented to the public during the 2011 IFA.
The device owes its small size to the two recently developed 4x zoom lenses and a thin, broken optical path. The optical zoom system allows you to take exceptionally wide-angle 3D images from wide-angle to telephoto. Optical Image Stabilizer, which works in both 2D and 3D modes, allows you to create high quality images and videos with minimum blur.
With two lenses, users can simultaneously capture stunning 2D images at maximum resolution and record two-dimensional movies. The new camera also records HD video in AVCHD format using the side-by-side method.