Sony 3D Camcorder Consumer Lineup | Bloggie 3D & HDR-TD10

Jan 14, 2011 • Video
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Besides tablets and mobile devices CES 2011 was filled with 3D!  Sony has always impressed us with an amazing lineup of great camcorders devices, so we took a look at their all new 3D camcorder consumer line they have coming out later this year.

Bloggie 3D

An HD 3D pocket camera, the Bloggie 3D camera with two lenses, two image sensors, stereo microphone and built-in LED light to capture incredible 3D or 2D video and photos.  This content can be played back in 3D without glasses on the camera’s 2.4-inch LCD screen or utilizing 3D glasses on any 3D capable HDTV like Sony’s new BRAVIA HDTV

The Bloggie 3D camera with 8GB of internal memory will be available in April for about $250.

One really nice feature which is being added to the entire Sony Bloggie line is the ability to use the Bloggie share software on both Mac and Windows.  Previously you were only able to use the software if your computer was Windows based. It has integrated support for Facebook, YouTube, Flickr, and Picasa Web Albums.


Sony’s HDR-TD10 is a “Double Full HD” 3D consumer camcorder.  The camcorder employs an integrated dual lens system, which includes two of each key component – double Sony G Lenses, double “Exmor R” CMOS image sensors, and double BIONZ image processors.

The dual recording system allows 3D content to be recorded in 1920×1080 Full HD resolution and viewed with 3D active glasses on 3D-capableHDTVs or in Full HD 2D on non-3D displays.  All 3D footage can also be played back without glasses on the camcorder’s 3.5-inch LCD 3D touch screen.  In addition it all comes with features like 10x optical zoom with Optical SteadyShot image stabilization with Active Mode and iAUTO are offered in 3D mode.  Providing 64GB of flash memory, the HDR-TD10 will be available in April for about $1500.

Efren Toscano

Efren Toscano founded TechZulu in the heart of Southern California: Orange County. Focused on providing a platform to showcase all that is happening here in the tech and media space. TechZulu is rapidly growing to be the hub for Southern California technology companies news source. Efren has been chosen as one of LA Weekly's People of 2009 and selected as a Top 20 MostPublic Individuals in Los Angeles in Tech and Biz by NowPublic. He divides his time between San Diego, Orange County, Los Angeles and tech events around the US.

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