Panasonic 3D cam spotted

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Few days ago we told you that Panasonic would launch the new 3D camcorder…and here it is: https://panasonic.ca/english/broadcast/broadcast/3d/3dcamera/3d_en.html. I know that this news doesn’t match with our usual MicroFourThirds stuff but I guess that soon we will also see 3D photocameras from Panasonic!


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  • spanky

    Is this a separate camera than the AF-100, or is it a specialized lens you can attach to the AF-100?

  • grouchomarx

    don’t know why all this fuss about 3d.

    I personally have been using full hd 3D since 1972 and don’t see the need to have 3d cinema, 3d tv, etc, etc…

    it seems 1954 all over again…

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0046876/

    😛

    grouchomarx

  • Torben

    Of course to do 3D well, you need a mirror rig to be able to change the interocular distance from 7 cm down to a clean 0 cm and everything in between. Otherwise you can’t film anything closer than about 3 meters. Just ask James Cameron.

    Panasonic didn’t got that memo, unfortunately.

  • An LX3.0 Owner

    It is a different camera, and you can probably buy (3) AF-100s for the price, which I read in the Spring to be US$20,000.

    It appears to be more like an AG-HMC150 body with twin lenses.

  • Duff

    Eek. Without control for interocular distance, your eyes will hurt when watching this footage.

    This camera is not a good ambassador to bring 3D to the masses. If this cam gets used, 3D will die a quick sudden death.

  • Pretty old news…they had a site up for it in the spring.

  • spanky

    Might be time to change the name of the site from 4/3 Rumors to Oly/Pana Rumors. We’re starting to discuss camera technology other than 4/3 sensors lately, which is fine. Just suggesting.

  • G.

    Is it just me or does that photo look like a really Johnny 5 from the movie Short Circuit? 🙂

  • Jack

    Hehe…can’t wait for the 3D porn ! 😀

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