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posted by - Sunday, 12 September 2010

At IBC this year, Sony is showing off two new prototype cameras. The first is their small 35mm sensor size camera, which was shown at NAB in a press conference, and is now on full display. This prototype promises to expand their 35mm line of cameras, which also includes the F35 and SRW9000PL. There are no detailed specs available yet, but Sony indicated that the camera will be available at an affordable price in early 2011.

The second is a new 3D camcorder, which is the first 3D camera to come in a shoulder-mounted form factor. Details are very sparse because the camera is still a prototype as well. What we do know is that Sony will release two 3D monitors, the LMD2451TD (24″) and the LMD4251TD (42″) which are designed for production use. I’ve seen the 24″ several times now, and it performs really well.

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