Quick Glance
Camera type Digital Compact
Optical Zoom 3
Megapixels 10
Physical Specifications
Dimensions Width 124
Depth 65.9
Weight (body only) 230g (250g including battery and memory card)
Camera type Digital Compact
Optical Zoom 3
Megapixels 10
Image Sensor 1/2.3-inch CCD x2
Optical focal length 6.3-18.9mm in 35mm film terms
Viewfinder N/A
Shutter speed 3 secs to 1/500
Auto focus TTL contrast detection
Manual focus N/A
Video (max res/format) 1280x720, 30fps, stereo audio, no zoom
Max output resolution 3648x2736
Other resolutions 3648x2432, 3584x2016, 2592x1944, 2592x1944, 2592x1728, 2560x1440, 2048x1536, 2016x1344, 1920x1080
Focus range 60cm- infinity, Macro 38cm
Exposure control Program auto, Aperture Priority, Manual, Auto
Exposure metering Spot, Centre, Multi-zone
Exposure compensation +/- 2EV
Image Stabilisation Digital
ISO settings 100-1600, Auto
LCD Monitor 3.5-inch, 1.15 million dots, 3D autostereoscopic
Flash range Wide: 3.6m, Tele: 3.1m
Flash modes On, Off, Red-eye reduction
White balance modes Fine, Shade, Fluorescent 1/2/3, Tungsten, Underwater
Drive modes Single, continuous
Image formats JPEG, MPO+JPEG, 3D-AVI, Motion JPG
Picture adjustments Standard, Chrome, Black and White
Movie length Card capacity
Self timer 10/2 secs
Memory card slot SD/SDHC
Supplied memory 34MB internal memory
Batteries supplied 100mAh lithium ion
Charger supplied Yes
A/V output HDMI,
Charging/Computer Connection USB 2.0
Manual Basic printed guide, full manual on CD


November 15, 2010, 1:49 pm

Hi Cliff, is it too cheeky to ask if you could upload the 3D photos/video so that people who do have 3D TVs can see how good it is?


November 15, 2010, 6:12 pm

Surely the 3D can't possibly work in portrait mode, because the left and right lens will be vertically aligned and so you'd have to turn your head through 90 degrees when viewing the photo.

Cliff Smith

November 16, 2010, 6:25 pm

@stripy - Sorry, unfortunately there's no way for me to do that.

@BobaFett - You're exactly right. The 3D effect only works in landscape mode.

simple simon

November 26, 2010, 4:14 pm

Its a choice between this and the Aiptek 3D camcorder.

OK this has more features, but its almost twice the price.

btw, the video review on the Aiptek includes some 3D footage - thankfully I knew where I'd put my coloured glasses, even though its several decades since I last used!


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