Who said that only tablets were in right now, isn’t 3D-inspired devices truly flourishing in their own ways? We have a hefty lines of 3DTVs, along with their shutter glasses, players 3D movies, game titles, camcorder and yes, still-camera lens. Panasonic is aggressively pushing their migration to 3D technology, and to make other uses to their 3DTVs, the company introduces a new camera lens that was able to capture 3D images along with Lumix DMC-GH2 camera, the company’s new Micro Four Thirds model flagship.
Don’t expect the same resolution on your 3D images, though. Instead, they’ll have about a 2-megapixel resolution, Ichiro Kitao, director of Panasonic’s digital still camera business unit, said in an interview at the show.