Sony has inadvertently confirmed that it will launch a 3D-ready bloggie pocket camcorder at CES in Las Vegas.
While the company has yet to officially announce the new camcorder (its press conference isn’t until Wednesday) posters highlighting the device are on display outside the Las Vegas Convention Centre letting all that pass know the company’s intentions.
The posters (Pocket-lint has so far found two) come with the line: “Believe in the Power of Digital Imaging”, and feature the new Bloggie camcorder that is expected to be called the Sony Bloggie 3D MHS-FS3.
The new camcorder will sport two f2.8 lenses on the rear of the device and support auto focus. Other details aren’t confirmed.
If that wasn’t enough to convince you of the potential power of the new camcorder, the model will have a massive “3D” blazoned on the rear for all to see.
The news comes as details of other Bloggies expected at the show have been leaked online. According to sources there will also be the dual-screen Sony Bloggie Duo MHS-FS2, which not only gives you an additional 2-inch screen for displays on the front of the device, but throws in an LED light for some night-time shooting fun as well. Paris Hilton wannabes take note.
The final model for the YouTube-friendly camcorders is the Sony Bloggie MHS-FS1, which looks as if it's a budget version of the Bloggie Touch MHS-TS20K that launched at IFA last year.
It has a 5.1-megapixel stills cam to go with the 4x digital zoom, auto-focus, 4GB of internal memory and 2.7-inch LCD screen and it can record HD video for up to 2 hours.
CES 2011 is now in full-swing, be sure to check out our dedicated CES homepage for all of the news as it breaks, as well as detailed analysis.
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