Rollei unveils slick 3D camera and 3D digital frame

Dec 24, 2010
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Rollei unveils slick 3D camera and 3D digital frame

A few cameras and accessory lenses on the market today allow us to shoot 3D photos. All of those photos need either a 3D TV to view or a special digital photo frame for showing them off. A company called Rollei has unveiled a new digital camera that shows 3D photos and a new digital photo frame for showing those photos off.

The camera will hit the market for purchase next year and it is called the Power Flex 3D. It takes 3D photos by shooting two pics at the same time with dual 5MP sensors. The camera also has the ability to record video in 720p resolution. The rear LCD is a 2.8-inch unit that can show 3D images without needing glasses.

The camera also shoots in 2D mode with 8x digital zoom and it has an HDMI output. The digital photo frame is a 7-inch screen mode and shows images at 800 x 480 resolution. The frame ships with software for making 2D photos into 3D. The frame also has an internal rechargeable battery good for up to 3-hours. The frame will ship at the end of January for 299.95 euro and the price of the camera is unknown.


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