Panasonic showed this prototype compact Lumix camera for shooting 3D photos and videos. The zoom lens runs from the equivalent of 25-100mm, with an aperture range of f3.9 to f5.7. Panasonic showed the 3D Lumix prototype in Berlin at the IFA electronics show.
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The top of Panasonic's Lumix 3D prototype shows a video button, zoom switch, stereo microphones, and the logo for the AVCHD video encoding technology.
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On the side of Panasonic's 3D camera prototype is an HDMI output port.
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The bottom of the 3D Lumix prototype has a tripod mount and a slot for a battery and SDXC card.
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Takuya Sugita, vice president of Panasonic's AVC Networks Company, announces the 3D Lumix prototype at the IFA electronics show in Berlin.
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