Sony Releases first ‘Double Full HD’ 3D camcorder plus new projector-packing models

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Sony makes a new addition to the line of it’s performance oriented stylish handycams at CES 2011.It’s the HDR-TD10E, which Sony is calling the world’s first “Double Full HD” 3D consumer camcorder that effectively doubles up on a variety of key components, while the second is the HDR-PJ series, which consists of three new models which boast a built in projector.According to gizmag” The HDR-TD10E’s integrated dual lens system includes two of each key component – two Sony G lenses, two “Exmor R” CMOS sensors and two “BIONZ” image processors. In addition to playing Full HD 3D videos on any 3D capable HDTV, the HDR-TD10E’s dual recording system gives it the ability to playback 3D content in Full HD 2D automatically on non-3D displays, while 3D footage can be viewed without glasses on the camcorder’s 3.5-inch 3D LCD touch screen”.Other features of the TD10E include 10x optical zoom with Optical SteadyShot and iAUTO – which automatically configures the camera’s settings based on the camcorder’s surroundings – offered in 3D mode. There’s also a Tracking Focus feature that maintains focus on moving subjects, and 64 GB of flash memory.Sony will announce it’s price in 2011 lets have a close look on it.

Source  : gizmag`

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