January 04, 2011

One camera, three dimensions...

Generally, a 3D camera is a pair of 2D cameras combined in a 3D rig. However, the first integrated twin-lens 3D cameras have emerged, making 3D more practical and offering the prospect of 3D production without the need for a stereographer, convergence operator and 3D engineer. 

The rest of my article about integrated 3D cameras, such as those from Panasonic, 3D One, Frontniche (pictured above) and Sony, was in the December issue of TVB Europe.

By David Fox

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