Summary: The Panasonic Lumix DMC-3D1 offers true innovation that makes 3D photography and video shooting easy and intuitive. It's expensive, but you're paying for a lot of duplicated technology under the hood here. It looks good, it's fun to use, and it put in a good test performance overall.
Pros: Dual-lens set-up; Bright colours; Good levels of detail; Simultaneous video/photo shooting.
Summary: iA (Intelligent Auto) Mode will be helpful to any beginnering by combining: MEGA O.I.S, AF Tracking, Intelligent Scene Selector, Face Recognition and Intelligent ISO Control, Intelligent Exposure and Intelligent Handheld Nightshot to capture perfect shots in any shooting conditions.
Pros: Compact size like a standard digicam, Overall outstanding image quality, Dual lenses allow true 3D capture, One Touch Video is always ready, Dual Shooting gives you options not available without two lenses and sensors, Huge 3.5-inch Touch LCD is easy to operate, Plenty of available optional acces...
Cons: Very poor battery life, Incredibly weak flash, $500 price tag is steep, but it is one of the few 3D options available, Lack of a 3D LCD Screen (like )
Lumix DMC-3D1 – bringing 3D photography and shooting to normal consumers worldwide
10 November 2011
Conclusion: The camera’s features make it worthy of attention, except that the price is really high – the expected retail price is $500 – that’s for a point and shoot that offers no real quality to speak of – both 3D and 3D images are shot by a pretty small lens that doesn’t let a lot of light through.
Summary: A point and shoot compact priced the same as an entry level DSLR, and which doesn’t bear the famous red Leica dot? Who’d have thought it of Panasonic?
Yes, there are not actually that many alternatives for those looking to shoot with a set up that presents twin lenses and twin sensors, pioneering...
Conclusion: The Panasonic Lumix DMC-3D1 is not cheap, but it is clever. But strip away the fancy 3D gubbins, and image quality - while up there with Panasonic’s best 2D snapshots - is not match for what you might achieve spending between £400 and £450 elsewhere on another camera.
Pros: Compact for a 3D camera, twin lens and sensor array is capable of proper 3D
Cons: The price premium paid for 3D, poor battery performance
Excerpt: Il 3D può piacere o non piacere. Ma se piace, questo è proprio un bel giocattolo, la fotocamera giusta per togliersi voglie tridimensionali side-by-side. Nel corpo macchina compatto (108 x 59 x 24 mm) troviamo il doppio di tutti gli organi principali di una fotocamera, ovvero due sensori da 12...