Sony 3D Camera Top Features Review
Sony is the one of the strongest 3D camera brands you can find online. Sony cameras are smart and very user friendly. Sony has entered the 3D cameras right after Fujifilm with their TX9 which was launched as the world smallest 3D camera. The Sony 3D camera has some cool features; you can review some of them here.
The first feature in this Sony 3D feature review is the 3D panorama capability of the Sony Cyber Shot! This capability made it a 3D camera, without this feature theTX9 would have been a very good 2D digital camera.
Because the camera has only one lens, unlike the Fujifilm 3D W3 Camera which has two lenses, the only way it can produce a 3D image is when it takes short panoramic clips.
The second feature you may probably love in the Sony TX9 is the back LCD screen that is capable to show you all the 3D clips, in bright vivid colors crystal clear. But what will knock all your friends is that they will see them selves in 3D and without the need for special 3D glasses.
This feature promises the person holding the Sony 3D camera to be the center of the party, as everyone will want to gather and see 3D live without any 3D glasses (nor active and nor red and blue glasses). This is Sony 3D Camera is loved by teenagers.
Those features make the TX9 a fun 3D camera, and puts Sony up front of the 3D technology leaders. Other features you will find in the Sony TX9 are features they have in their 2D cameras too. Those are photo modes which makes the Sony a flashy gadget able to help any one take the best pictures.
The Sony ‘Smile Shutter’ technology is a sneaky little mode that enables you to bypass the most frustration feelings in picture taking. The feeling you point at a smiling friend or child, you imagine you get a great shot, with a wide smile, only to see after you press the button that you just missed it by a fraction of a second only to capture a dull face with a blank look on it.
Well forget all about that! The new Sony TX9 Camera Smile Shutter technology that captures a smile the moment it happens.
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