If there is one common theme for this year’s 2011, it is the advancement of 3D technology, and JVC is determined to not be left behind in what is fast becoming the next step for all visual technology– like it or not.
Today at CES JVC officially announced its newest product, a handheld camcorder that records in HD quality 3D video. The GS-TD1 features 1920×1080 HD 3D video, 10.6 megapixel pictures, a 3.5 inch 3D playback display that does not require glasses, and a 64 GB built in slot card.
JVC also announced that all of their handheld devices will now record in HD as well, but the 3D camcorder is the crown jewel of its new lineup. Check out the video below for a closer look, and look for the camera in late Spring.
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