It seems that Sony Corporation, which is one of the biggest consumer electronics names in the world, has taken a huge affinity towards the 3D revolution, as the company has been increasingly focusing its attention on cutting edge 3D products.
After showcasing its marvelous HomeShare speaker system at the Consumer Electronics Show 2011 (CES 2011), Sony has introduced yet another remarkable product at the event, in the form of the all new Sony HDR-TD10 3D Camcorder, that has been designed to capture video in double full HD. Furthermore, this all new state of the art 3D camcorder comes with a 3.5 inch 3D LCD touch display, that enables the users to view their 3D movies on the device with out the need of any 3D glasses.
The HDR-TD10 has been given the advantage of dual lens system, where in Sony has put in two pieces of each of the required components, such as two Sony G lenses, two ‘Exmor R’ CMOS sensors and two ‘BIONZ’ image processors. The TD10 is capable of playing Full HD 3D videos on compatible 3D HDTVs and this incredible camcorder can even record dual full HD video streams at 1920 x 1080 resolution. For those consumers, who don’t own a 3D HDTV, Sony has made it easier for them, as the TD10 can easily playback 3D content in full HD 2D on conventional TVs and displays. The TD10 also some comes with some very impressive features, such as the likes of 10x optical zoom with Optical SteadyShot, iAUTO and Tracking Focus, and features 64GB of flash storage space.
The incredible Sony HDR-TD10 Camcorder will be available for purchase from the month of April this year and will be carrying a price tag of $1,500.