|Twin zoom lens with two manual operation rings|
|1/4.1 type 2.07 Megapixel twin 3MOS System|
|Convergence point adjustment function|
- Versatile Solid-State Recording Functions
- File-Based Recording to Two Memory Cards
- AVCHD PH Mode for FULL HD 3D Recording
- Superb Mobility for Low-Angle Shots
Real-life 3D images are expected to find widespread application in fields ranging from movies and TV broadcasts to industrial and educational uses. In response to the rapidly growing needs for 3D image production, Panasonic now offers a revolutionary solution: AG-3DA1 the world's first* integrated twin-lens FULL HD 3D camera recorder. The AG-3DA1 features a camera section with two integrated lens systems that are configured to resemble the human eyes, and a recorder section that records left-channel and right-channel full-HD images using the high-quality PH mode of the file-based AVCHD format.
With the same approximate weight and size of a 2D camera recorder, the AG-3DA1 is easy to handle. It's also quick to operate, as it doesn't require any adjustment of the left and right lens alignment such as vertical gap, size difference, rotation and luminance difference. The AG-3DA1 frees the user from the kind of complex, cumbersome procedures of a conventional rig-type 3D camera system. Data files recorded onto a memory card are readily processed using a nonlinear editing system. With its excellent mobility , flexibility and low cost operation, the AG-3DA1 opens the door to 3D image production.
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|Power Supply||DC 7.2 V (when the battery is used) /|7.9 V (when the AC adapter is used)|
|Power Consumption||17 W ( recording)|
|Operating Temperature||0 ¡C to 40 ¡C (32 ¡F to 104 ¡F)|
|Operating Humidity||10 % to 80 % (No condensation)|
|Weight||Approx. 2.4 kg (Aprox. 5.3 lb), excluding battery|
|Dimensions (W x H x D)||158 mm x 187 mm x 474 mm|(6-1/4 inches x 7-3/8 inches x 18-11/16 inches)|
|Pickup Devices||1/4.1 type MOS solid-state image sensing device _ 3 _ 2|
|Picture Elements||Effective picture elements|