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New Twin Lens 3D Camera For Live Broadcast

Posted on Aug 3, 2010 by Alex Fice

Ortho-stereoscopic perspective camera for live 3DNews of another twin lens 3D camera are coming out to counter the 2x2D cameras in rigs. Initial info as follows:

•Auto Convergence Control which provides easy to use Auto Focus &  Zoom  (Interlocked & similar to 2D  operation)

• No 3D distortion (Keystone, Geometric) No ‘Rolling’ or ‘Vertical Misalignment’

• Adjustable/Automatic separation distance between lenses for 3D depth effect

• Significant time reduction in producing / editing of media

• Utilizes Orthostereoscopic condition simulating the ‘Human Eye’.  This eliminates dizziness, light hypersensitiveness and motion sickness. Conforms to ‘Stereoscopic Image Safe Standard’ (Japan PL law)

• Mobile and light weight with integrated Control System i.e. All-In-One. No external processing hardware

• Accessibility is unlimited unlike 70kg+ rigs – Low set up & break down time

• Real-time delivery with no post production for Live Broadcasting

• High 3D quality maintained at short and long range

• Integrated 3D Multiplexing of left and right images

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