Over in Vegas at CES 2012, Toshiba declared its first full HD 3D camcorder, the Camileo Z100 and Pocket-build up was available to give it a turn.

The double focal point framework on board permits the camcorder to catch 3D at Full HD by means of two, 5-megapixel posterior lit up CMOS sensors. It additionally includes a sans glasses 3D screen to empower you to perceive what you’re recording without the requirement for massive glasses. This screen isn’t as clear as the one on the 3DS yet it carried out the responsibility of telling you what you were recording and what kind of 3D activity you were getting.

Toshiba additionally asserts that the posterior brightening permits this camera to catch 3D in any lighting conditions, regardless of whether light is not exactly ideal. The recording we grabbed on the career expo floor looked truly great played back on the Tosh 3D TV in plain view and the lighting in the LVCC is terrible, best case scenario.


We found the screen really receptive to the touch and the manufacture nature of the Z100 to be acceptable. It feels really light in the hand; gauging 285g and estimating in at 120 x 54 x 62mm.

The Camileo Z100 will be accessible in the UK from Q2 2012, no word on valuing at this time.