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Panasonic: Stereoscopic 3D is here to stay

Panasonic Middle East believes stereoscopic 3D technology is here to stay and this GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK it has unveiled products that will not only complement 3D technology, but will create it too.

Panasonic: Stereoscopic 3D is here to stay
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Panasonic Middle East believes stereoscopic 3D technology is here to stay and this GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK it has unveiled products that will not only complement 3D technology, but will create it too.

Unleashing a new trend in 3D, the company revealed its 3D HD camcorder to GITEX goers this week. The camera is a standard SDT 750 HD recorder with a 3D lens attachment. The camera will record your family, friends and triumphs in 3D for your home viewing pleasure, as long as you have a 3D TV at home.

“Panasonic is the first to introduce this technology,” says Zamaqshari Zubair, Panasonic’s Senior Marketing Executive. “3D is the next step so Panasonic has come up with the camcorder; there is more stuff coming soon.” If you want to get your hands on this technology, the camera and 3D lens attachment will set you back AED 5,999.

The shopping does not end there, however. You’ll need a full 3D compatible TV to view your home-made masterpieces. Panasonic has some whopping TVs out there, not least its latest 3D home plasma, which boasts a whopping 65-inch screen.

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