Sony Bloggie MHS-FS3
1080p MP4 HD video; 3D and 2D capable; 2 lenses, 2 CMOS sensors; Auto-stereoscopic (glasses-free 3D) 2.4" LCD touch-panel; H.264 format video; 5-megapixel still images; Flip-out USB port; LED light; Stereo audio recording; Face detection; 8GB flash memory (up to 4 hours recording); HDMI output (playback on any 3D TV)
If you're ready to get into the 3D craze, the Sony Bloggie FS3 is the cheapest 3D-capable camcorder out there. It has two offset lenses and two sensors, so it basically records two videos at once and compresses them into a 3D video. Crucially, it has an auto-stereoscopic LCD, so that you can watch your 3D creations on right on the back of the camcorder. It's a very low-res screen from what we saw at CES 2011, but hey, it's there. We're also told that the videos are compatible with any 3D TV or computer monitor. Of course, it's also a perfectly capable 2D pocket camcorder as well, shooting 1080p HD video with digital image stabilization, a stereo microphone, and 8GB of flash memory. It's certainly ambitious, and looks like it could be the first widely adopted 3D device. It should be available in April for about $250.