Panasonic has just introduced at its press conference at NAB 2011 a new professional 3D shoulder camcorder, the quasi-big brother of the Panasonic AG-3DA1 whose body roughly the size of the HPX 370 has. The cam has 1 / 3 inch image sensors 3MOS (ie larger than the 1/4.1 inch sensor of 3DA1) with 2.2 megapixels and takes the format AVC-Intra on dual 64GB P2 cards. At frame rates dominates the 3DP1 1080/59.94i, 29.97pN, 50i and 25pN and variable frame rates. The synchronized lenses have 17x zoom, remote control, the convergence can be adjusted. Of interfaces are dual HS-SDI out, HDMI out, 2x XLR on board, and there are Genlock and TC in / out. The price is not fixed yet, but should be well above the 20,000 dollars for the 3DA1 - the cam will be available in the fall. Panasonic shows, well, that will continue to set the future of 3D, which is also supported by the so-called "3D Partner", which aims to ensure that from the first day of availability of the camera for a variety of production tools available to them. Partners include Adobe, Apple, Cineform, Grass Valley and Quantel.