Jump onto the 3D camera bandwagon for cheap

The 3D Shot Cam from Japan toy maker Takara Tomy is a toy camera that churns out stereoscopic images.

3D Shot Cam
Takara Tomy

Here at Crave, we've covered a number of toy cameras such as the Fun Nature FDC01 and the Yashica EZ F521. Now, Japanese toy maker Takara Tomy is dishing out a similar offering, but with 3D capabilities.

The 3D Shot Cam (PDF) is styled after the FDC01. However, like the Fujifilm FinePix Real 3D W3, this petite camera has two lenses coupled with 0.3-megapixel image sensors. The 3D Shot Cam churns out stereoscopic images, which require users to employ the supplied 3D viewers to view results.

The camera will cost $70 when it launches in Japan next year, with no indication of whether it'll be sold in other countries.

(Source: Crave Asia via CrunchGear)

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