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posted by - Thursday, 22 April 2010

At this year’s NAB Show there were countless 3D rigs, monitors, and image processors. 3D capture technology is evolving at an extraordinary pace, and in many different directions. Mitch and I got to check out some of the smaller, more affordable 3D devices that could make a big splash in 3D production.

First up is the Panasonic 3D camera, the AG-3DA1. This little guy was first revealed at NAB 2009, and is now only a few months away from being released. Watch the video to see the camera up close in the Panasonic booth:


The nanoFlash from Convergent Design has been a popular product for many different applications. Now they have combined two of these units to produce a 3D recorder. I got a chance to talk with Mike Schell of Convergent Design:

The CineDeck is a brand new product that a lot of people were talking about at the show. This device combines a small touchscreen monitor and a high quality recorder. It can record in Cineform, DNxHD, and uncompressed in various flavors of HD up to 1080 4:4:4. It will also be able to work as a 3D recorder. Watch as Mitch talks with Charles d’Autremont, the developer of the CineDeck:

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