Samsung 3D Camera

Posted by admin | 3D Cam,Samsung | Monday 28 January 2013 13:05

Samsung Announces 3D-Capable NX300 and World’s First One-Lens 3D System

DL Cade · Jan 03, 2013

 

CES 2013 is just around the corner, and along with it about a gagillion (official number) announcements, but the first major announcement comes 5 days early courtesy of Samsung. The South Korean tech company has officially announced the NX300 — a 3D capable successor to the NX210 — alongside a 3D lens that Samsung is calling the “world’s first one-lens 3D system.”

First the numbers, then the lens. On the software side of things, the NX300 does not come equipped with Android like the Galaxy Camera, although it will be able to connect to Android and iOS smartphones using an accompanying app.

In terms of hardware, the NX300 comes equipped with a 20.3-megapixel APS-C sensor, a max shutter speed of 1/6000th of a second, an ISO range of 100-25600, a 3.31-inch AMOLED touchscreen, a brand new Hybrid AF system, dual band WiFi and, at its heart, a blistering fast 3D capable DRIMe IV processor.

The 3D part obviously called for the corresponding glass, and for this Samsung has done something pretty special by releasing the world’s first single lens 3D system. The lens measures in at 45 mm and f/1.8, and will be able to shoot both 2D and 3D in case you have an older Samsung that can’t handle the latter.

It’s capable of capturing stills as well as full 1080p HD video (at up to 60fps), making the camera/lens combo the only compact system in existence that can boast both of those abilities.

As pricing and availability goes, the NX300 with 20-50mm kit lens and Adobe Lightroom will run you $750 when it ships in March. But if you really want to take advantage of the camera you’ll need to pony up $600 more for the 2D/3D lens as well.

More details should follow as people begin getting their hands on the mirrorless bad boy at CES in 5-days time.

Toposum

Posted by admin | 3D Cam,3D News,Toposum | Saturday 20 August 2011 21:31

3D Cameras and 3D Players

Manufactured by: Shanghai Toposun Industries Co., Ltd.

 

Compact 3D Digital Camera SDC-821 3D Portable Media Player Without Glasses (TPS-SDP-960) 3D Multi-Media Player (TPS-SDP-818B) 3D Compact Digital Camera (TPS-SDC-820)
Compact 3D Digital Camera SDC-821 3D Portable Media Player Without Glasses (TPS-SDP-960) 3D Multi-Media Player (TPS-SDP-818B) 3D Multi-Media Player (TPS-SDP-818B

Product DescriptionPRODUCT FEATURE
3 inch parallax barrier 3D display screen
Two lens and two sensors for 3D shooting
2D/3D shooting mode can be switchable freely
Can view the 3D image/video in the display screen without glasses
Compatible with the all 3D TVs in the market, people can shoot 3D image/video, then watch it directly in the 3D TV
Side by side 3D format, can be compatile with the all 3D monitor
Support HD 720P(1280×720) video format (FUJI W1 only has 640×480)
Support HDMI output
Support electronic anti-shake
Support auto power offPRODUCT SPECIFICATION
Display: Glasses free 3 inch parallax barrier TFT-LCD
Sensor: 1/2.5 inch, 5MP CMOS sensor
Shooting mode: 2D/3D switchable
Lens: Two fixed focus lens, F1: 3.2/f=7.5mm
LCD resolution: 320×480
Focus: 7.5mm
Aperture: F3.2
Display color: 262K
Shutter speed: 1/10 sec. – 1/1000 sec. (by Exif Reader)
Focus Range: 1.5m to infinity
Digital zoom: 1x–8x (The digital zoom does not work on 3D mode)
Max. Picture resolution: 12 mega pixels (by interpolation)
Max Video resolution: HD 720P (1280 X 720 X 30FPS)
Picture format: JPG
Video format: AVI (H. 264)
Picture resolution: 12MP(4200×2800, interpolation), 10MP(3876×2584, interpolation), 5MP(2700×1800), 3MP(2100×1400), 1MP(1200×800)
Video resolution: HD(1280×720), WVGA(800×480), QVGA(320×480)
Video frame rate: 30FPS
Self-timer: 2/10/20 seconds
Flash strobe: Auto, forced, Off
Flash work Range: 1.0m–2.0m
Exposure: Auto
White balance: Auto/Daylight/Cloudy/Tungsten/Fluorescent
EV: +/- 2
Anti-shake: Electronic anti-shock
Continuous shooting: Support
Beep: On/Off
Auto power off: 1 minutes / 5 minutes after no any operation
Menu language: Simplified Chinese/Traditional Chinese/English/German/Japanese/Korean/Italian/Arabic/French/Russian
TV system: PAL/NTSC
Frequency: 50Hz/60Hz
Storage: Micro SD card up to 32G
Output interface: Mini HDMI, mini USB
Internal battery: 1150mAh lithium battery
Power adapter: Input: 100-240V/50-60Hz, 0.2A Output: 5V, 2A
Dimension: 114 x 71 x 21.7 mm
Operation system: The video camera requires PC to meet the following requirements:
Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 7, Macintosh
Intel Pentium 4, 2.8 GHz CPU or above
RAM of at least 512MB or above
Standard USB1.1 port or above
Video card of 64MB or above

3D Cameras

Posted by admin | 3D Cam,3D Cameras | Saturday 20 August 2011 19:25

NEW Fujifilm 3D W3 Camera Professional Review - Mat Trim

NEW Fujifilm 3D W3 Camera Professional Review – Mat Trim

2:23 Find out more info here: www.myfinepix.co.uk…

 

 

 

Fujifilm 3D Camera: Imaging Resource Photokina 2008

Fujifilm 3D Camera: Imaging Resource Photokina 2008

2:56 Dave Etchells talks to Mikio Wantanabe about Fujifilms new digital camera that takes 3D images….

 

 

 

Panasonic Twin-lens 3D HD Video Camera - AG-3DA1 : DigInfo

Panasonic Twin-lens 3D HD Video Camera – AG-3DA1 : DigInfo

2:31 DigInfo – www.diginfo.tv 2010 Panasonic AG-3DA1 Twin-lens 3D HD Video Camera…

 

 

 

Youtube 3D Camera Setup (yt3d:enable=true)

Youtube 3D Camera Setup (yt3d:enable=true)

4:42 A look into the 3D test camera rig I made to gang 2 video cameras together for a very quick test, requires two identical video cameras to attempt this create footage via this method. Web Links : en.wikipedia.org en.wikipedia.org www.ehow.co…

 

 

James Cameron Stereoscopic 3D camera

James Cameron Stereoscopic 3D camera

4:14 James Cameron’s new camera technology – which he has been working on for years now – is described in this video. This will change how we experience movies….

 

 

 

Avatar's Cameron-Pace 3D Camera Rig Review

Avatar’s Cameron-Pace 3D Camera Rig Review

7:26 Director James Cameron joins Kevin Pereira for a special Gadget Pr0n as they take a look at the Cameron-Pace 3D camera rig, the same camera used to create the 3D effects of the award winning movie. For more from Gadget Pr0n, go here: g4tv.c…

 

 

Guide on how to make a 3D Digital Camera yourself

Guide on how to make a 3D Digital Camera yourself

10:05 As 3D is the “in” thing this year, we thought we would do something constructive for this video and create a 3D camera with a rather modest budget. Watch the video to find out how. Kai takes 2 Kodak C180 cameras and makes it, errr…

GoPro's 3D camera

GoPro’s 3D camera

18:31 Whether through footage from the miners’ rescue in Chile, a heli-skier blazing through virgin snow or a surfer gliding through a barrel of water, chances are you’ve seen images captured by a GoPro camera. Today, we’re going to l…

 

 

FujiFilm plans to launch 3D camera this year

FujiFilm plans to launch 3D camera this year

1:23 Japan’s FujiFilm is planning to add a new dimension to photography this year when it launches a camera that can snap 3D images….

 

 

 

3D Camera for iPhone

3D Camera for iPhone

3:50 The easiest way to create and share 3D photos on your iPhone. Visit us at www.juicybitssoftware.com…

 

 

 

SGNL - First HANDS-ON with Sony 3D Bloggie HD Pocket Camera - SGNL by Sony

SGNL – First HANDS-ON with Sony 3D Bloggie HD Pocket Camera – SGNL by Sony

4:28 See the new Sony MHS-FS3 Bloggie 3D HD camera for the FIRST TIME. It’s an impossibly-sized, pocket camera that captures 3D HD video. Its screen allows you to preview 3D video WITHOUT glasses! It’s cheap too — only $250. Subscribe f…

 

 

Aiptek 3D camera

Aiptek 3D camera

2:53 Aiptek is showing probably one of the cheapest 3D camcorders on the market so far. It films 3D at VGA resolution, to then watch on any TV using polarized auto-shutter 3D glasses (or however they are called)….

 

 

 

Walkthrough of the 3D Camera in the Nintendo 3DS

Walkthrough of the 3D Camera in the Nintendo 3DS

4:45 nintendo3dsblog.com Walkthrough of the 3D Camera in the Nintendo 3DS…

 

 

Fujifim Finepix Real 3D W1 camera hands-on review

Fujifim Finepix Real 3D W1 camera hands-on review

3:20 We get hands on with the world’s first 3D digital camera. But is it impressive enough to make you trade in those 2D snaps and upgrade to 3D ones?…

Whether through footage from the miners’ rescue in Chile, a heli-skier blazing through virgin snow or a surfer gliding through a barrel of water, chances are you’ve seen images captured by a GoPro camera. Today, we’re going to l…

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FujiFilm is the first digital 3D camera ever made! Now available in your country!

Purchase directly from country’s carousel below:

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 2.7 Kg
  • Shipping: We’re sorry; this item can not be shipped outside Japan
  • Item model number: F FX-3D W1/V1 SET
  • ASIN: B002IFUQQ8
  • Release Date: 2009/8/8

3D Cameras you can buy in United States:

https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_1?url=search-alias%3Delectronics&field-keywords=3d+camera

Other 3D Cameras:

Nimslo 3D cameras offered a glimpse into the future of photographer

  • As revolutionary as 3D photography may seem, Fujifilm is not quite stepping into uncharted territory. In the 1980s, the Nimslo 3D Camera broke ground by taking 3D photos on 35mm film. In the end, the inconvenience of price and months of waiting for the film to be processed eventually lead to the demise of this experimental camera, though few dedicated enthusiasts remain. Fujifilm picks up where the Nimslo 3D left off, and brings a novel idea back to the table in proper, digital fashion.
  • Fujifilm has already displayed operational 3D cameras in the past, and although the impact of previous presentations has been minimal, the Finepix 3D, with its more attractive body design and extended applications, looks to make bigger waves
  • Although no prices have yet been announced, the camera and prints are expected to be very expensive, certainly throwing a wrench into the 3D gears of excitement. As all technology trends go, while the introductory 3D camera, prints, and digital frame might be a bit out of range for casual consumers, given time, the technology may settle in, becoming more affordable and thus more commonplace.
  • Further advances in technology will bring 3D Digital Real Image System just a bit closer to consumers. With live-view LCD function, movie recording, digital photo-frame and prints, 3D photography is developing into something more than a fascinating gimmick.
  • Connectivity between 3D camers and 3D TVs will be on demonstration at the Digital Life Expo in Melbourne, Australia this June. The question now stands, will 3D photography catch on, and if so, just how far will it go?

By Jerrel Dulay

 

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Build 3D Camera

Posted by admin | 3D Cam,Build 3D Camera | Thursday 19 May 2011 23:09

Build Your own 3D Camera

 

This is a quick overview of the 3D rig that I built for less than $100 including a nice piece of glass from www.stereoscopicmirrors.com.

Cameras Selection

Posted by admin | 3D Cam,Cameras Selection | Wednesday 4 May 2011 15:30

3D cameras, since their initial appearance by Kodak in the late 60s, are starting to become regular products on the shelves of electronic and photo stores everywhere inn the world. Varying in price and quality, 3D cameras can be selected and purchased from the carousel below.  With the best prices, as you know, Amazon will ship to you any camera, which has been purchased directly from Amazon: or from Alibaba



Rollei Powerflex 3D Camera

Posted by admin | 3D Cam,Rollei Powerflex 3D Camera | Wednesday 4 May 2011 14:56

The Rollei Powerflex 3D looks like it is going to be really cool and affordable! I love how they have brought 3d ability to anyone and you can carry this around in your pocket. The only thing that worries me is how good will it be. This is on of the first cameras to come out with all these new features and I’m worried it’s not going to be the best but only time will tell.

The Rollei Powerflex 3D looks like it is going to be really cool and affordable! I love how they have brought 3d ability to anyone and you can carry this around in your pocket. The only thing that worries me is how good will it be. This is on of the first cameras to come out with all these new features and I’m worried it’s not going to be the best but only time will tell.

High Speed 3D

Posted by admin | 3D Cam,High Speed 3D | Tuesday 3 May 2011 15:41
High speed 240f­ps stereo­scop­ic 3D dig­i­tal video of two Toy­ota FJ Cruis­ers ford­ing a pud­dle, and two weapons in­struc­tors fir­ing M4 ri­fles from the Gryphon Group mil­i­tary train­ing fa­cil­i­ty. All footage was shot in HD by Eric Deren to be viewed with red-cyan glasses. Watch the video below:

Holga 3D Camera

Posted by admin | 3D Cam,Holga 3D Camera | Tuesday 3 May 2011 15:36

JVC 3D Camera

Posted by admin | 3D Cam,JVC 3D Camera | Tuesday 3 May 2011 15:34

   

Single Lens 3D

Posted by admin | 3D Cam,Single Lens 3D Camera | Tuesday 3 May 2011 15:27

Panasonic 3D Camera

Posted by admin | 3D Cam,Panasonic 3D Camera | Tuesday 3 May 2011 15:18

Hero GoPro System

Posted by admin | 3D Cam,Hero System | Tuesday 26 April 2011 12:39

The 3D HERO System allows you to combine two 1080p HD HERO cameras into a single housing to record 3D video and photos while simultaneously recording in 2D. A synchronization cable plugs into the rear HERO Port on both cameras to join them together, enabling both cameras to record video and photos in perfect synchronization. This is a requirement for professional quality 3D and is available only from GoPro.

The included 3D editing software—GoPro Cineform Studio—makes it easy to convert your 3D HERO System footage into viewable 3D files you can watch on your computer, online at sites like YouTube, and on your 2D or 3DTV at home.

To download software, watch demos and learn more about the 3D HERO System, visit the GoPro 3D Center ».

Features:

  • Mounting System is compatible with all GoPro accessories
  • 3D waterproof housing is rated 180’/60m deep
  • Record 3D and 2D video and photo files simultaneously
  • Includes FREE easy-to-use 3D editing software—GoPro CineForm Studio

What’s Included:

  • 3D Waterproof Housing
  • 3D Waterproof Door + Skeleton Door
  • 3D Hero Sync Cable
  • 3D Anaglyph Glasses (3 pairs)
  • Helmet Front Mount
  • 2 Flat + 2 Curved Adhesive Mounts
  • Assorted Mounting Hardware
  • FREE GoPro CineForm Studio software

Note: A firmware upgrade is required for your 1080p HD HERO cameras. Cameras are not included. The 3D HERO System is NOT compatible with the HD HERO 960 or standard definition cameras. To determine what camera you have, click here.

How it works?

GoPro Cineform Studio takes footage captured with the 3D HERO System and converts it into viewable 3D files. You can then export the files and watch them on your computer, online at sites like YouTube and on your 2D or 3D TV at home (See ways to watch 3D).

You can watch your 3D GoPro content in the following ways:


Below is a table that shows the various ways you can watch your 3D GoPro content. Mouse over each yellow circle (image of the yellow circle) for a description of the viewing method:

ANAGLYPH (RED/BLUE) ACTIVE PASSIVE
Televisions
Watch Anaglyph (RED/BLUE) 3D videos on any 2D or 3D TV. RED/BLUE 3D glasses are required: Connect your computer directly to your TV and watch anaglyph videos with any media player. Connect your computer directly to your TV and watch anaglyph videos on YouTube. Burn your anaglyph videos to a BlueRay (HD) or DVD (Standard Definition) and watch on your tv.
Watch side-by-side formatted 3D videos on any Active Shutter 3DTV. Active shutter 3D glasses are required. Connect your computer directly to your TV and watch 3D side-by-side formatted videos with any media player. Connect your computer directly to your TV and watch 3D side-by-side formatted videos on YouTube. Burn your side-by-side formatted 3D videos to a BlueRay (HD) or DVD (Standard Definition) and watch on your tv.
Watch side-by-side formatted 3D videos on any Passive 3DTV. Polarized 3D glasses are required. Connect your computer directly to your TV and watch 3D side-by-side formatted videos with any media player. Connect your computer directly to your TV and watch 3D side-by-side formatted videos on YouTube. Burn your side-by-side formatted 3D videos to a BlueRay (HD) or DVD (Standard Definition) and watch on your tv.
Computer
Watch Anaglyph (RED/BLUE) 3D videos on your computer with any media player or on YouTube. RED/BLUE 3D glasses are required.
Watch side-by-side formatted 3D videos on any computer that is connected to an active shutter 3D monitor. Active shutter 3D glasses are required.
Watch side-by-side formatted 3D videos on any computer that is connected to a passive 3D monitor. Polarized 3D glasses are required.
YouTube
Watch anaglyph 3D videos on YouTube using any type of monitor. RED/BLUE 3D glasses are required.
Watch side-by-side formatted 3D videos on YouTube. A web-connected active shutter monitor or TV and active shutter 3D glasses are required.
Watch side-by-side formatted 3D videos on YouTube. A web-connected passive monitor or TV and polarized 3D glasses are required.
Google TV
Watch Anaglyph (RED/BLUE) 3D videos on any 2D or 3D TV using Google TV. RED/BLUE 3D glasses are required.
Coming Soon Coming Soon
Print
You can view anaglyph RED/BLUE printed 3D photos or video stills wearing RED/BLUE 3D glasses.
Image Quality Standard High High

 

 

 

 

Types of 3D Formats

3D is created by super-imposing two matching yet slightly offset 2D images on top of each other. This creates the illusion of 3D depth. Because of the distance between the human eyes, each eye processes the two images from a slightly different perspective and your brain then combines both images to form a single 3D image.

The 3D HERO System captures 3D by filming two separate 2D videos from slightly different perspectives — similarly to how our two human eyes see the world from two slightly different perspectives. Then GoPro Cineform Studio software is used to combine and convert these two slightly offset videos into a single 3D video, just like our brains form a single “view” from our left and right eyes. Once this 3D video or photo file has been created, you can watch it on your computer, online, or on any 2D or 3D TV.


Anaglyph Display (commonly seen in Red/Blue):

Anaglyph is the old school way to watch 3D content. The left video image is tinted blue and the right video image is tinted red. Both videos are then overlaid on top of each other and when you are wearing ored/blue glasses the image will appear 3D.

View 3D files in anaglyph formats using red/blue glasses on:

  • Computers, televisions, online at video 3D sharing sites like YouTube, projectors, mobile phones and in print.

Active Display:

Active Shutter TVs use electronic shutter glasses that are synchronized with your TV to only let each eye see one alternating image (left and right) at a time. The left and right images flash so quickly that the human eye is tricked into seeing both left and right images as one 3D image.

View 3D files in active formats on: Active 3D televisions using active shutter glasses.


Passive Display:

Passive Display TVs display the left and right images at the same time on-screen, but in alternating scan lines. Each image’s scan line is polarized in the opposite direction, so the human eye only sees one image at a time when wearing polarized glasses. This creates the illusion of seeing the 2 images simultaneously in 3D.

View 3D files in passive formats on: Passive 3D televisions using passive shutter glasses.

How to assemble 3D camera:

Software Features

Import


• Import 3D HERO System photos and videos and convert
to 3D
• Create 3D movies from photo time-lapses
• Automatic 3D conversion mode provides simplicity
• Manual 3D conversion mode provides advanced control


Export


• Anaglyph (red/blue for 2D TVs, computer, and online
viewing)
• Active (for viewing on active shutter 3DTVs)
• Passive (for viewing on polarized 3DTVs)


Editing Modes


• Anaglyph
• Active
• Passive
• Support for external display

Compression


• .MP4 / H.264
• GoPro CineForm 422 codec for further editing in
Apple Final Cut Pro, Adobe Premiere, Avid Media
Composer, Sony Vegas, Apple iMovie,
Windows Movie Maker and more. Learn more»


Video Adjustments


• 3D convergence control with keyframing —only
compatible with GoPro captured content

• Frame-rate adjust for slow motion
• Exposure
• Contrast
• Saturation
• Color Temperature
• Image flip rotation
• Frame Resize (Up-res/Down-res)
• Cropping and zoom

 

 

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Fuji Camera

Posted by admin | 3D Makers,Fugi | Friday 10 September 2010 18:57

Is practical and easily viewable three-dimensional photography here at last?

Fujifilm’s W1 3D camera takes an ambitions leap, hoping to make a few waves


 

Fujifilm’s digital 3D photo viewer

By Jerrel Dulay

  

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Sony Camera

Posted by admin | 3D Cam,Sony | Tuesday 31 August 2010 22:24


First HANDS-ON with Sony 3D Bloggie HD Pocket Camera

Sony DSC-WX5 3D Digital Camera (Black)

Introduction

Sony has launched its latest range of Cybershot digital cameras, with all four models in the new range featuring 3D tech and hi-def video capture.

Sony’s latest four new 16.2-megapixel Cybershots (models DSC-TX10, DSC-HX7V, DSC-WX10 and DSC-WX7) are the world’s first compact digital still cameras to include 3D Still Image mode, for taking 3D images using only one lens and imager.

Pictures that you could only imagine are now possible with the DSC-WX5. It starts with the outstanding low-light performance of Sony’s “Exmor R” CMOS sensor. Amazing features like Superior Auto and Background Defocus make it easy to get the best shot. There’s even 3D Sweep Panorama and Full HD 1080/60i AVCHD movies.

 

The following 3D cameras and 3D camcorders can be purchased directly from this page by selecting any one from listed items below:

 

    
    

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