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AIPTEK 3D HD

Aiptek’s entry-level HD (720p) camcorder can shoot 3D photos and videos. It can record stereoscopic videos and merge them accordingly to create a stereoscopic 3D video/photo to be viewed on the
camcorder’s parallax barrier display screen, eliminating the need for 3D glasses. The camcorder has a mini HDMI interface, which can be connected to a 3D-compatible HDTV or monitor to view the 3D content using 3D glasses.

Simple anaglyph 3D glasses are also bundled to let you view the videos in 3D on a regular non-3D display. The built-in 24 MB memory can record just 40 seconds of video, but you can install up to 32 GB of SDHC memory. A locked built-in ROM of 71 MB carries the ArcSoft TotalMedia HDcam software for viewing/converting videos and photos into 3D anaglyph videos. It is compatible with Nvidia’s 3D Vision kits too. The camcorder is slightly bulkier than a regular mobile phone, sports a built-in retractable USB port for data transfer and to charge the 1000 mAh battery, which lasts barely over an hour. The rear features two microphones and two 5 megapixel sensors for stereo audio/video recording. An HDMI interface completes the camera for viewing the videos directly on a 3D capable display.

Videos are captured at 29 fps and 720p, but the camcorder lacks optical zoom and the captured videos were quite jerky. When panning the camera, we found a signifi cant drop in video quality is the capture speed is pretty slow while panning. The overall build-quality is good with a sturdy dual-tone and glossy shell. The control panel consists of the record, delete, photo capture and 2D/3D toggle buttons which are well placed around a 5-way joystick. The UI is very simple , but there are no settings for the camera modes such as EV, ISO, shutter speed, etc. Overall, this pocketsized device is quite steeply priced for an entry-level 3D HD camcorder.It costs around 19k

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