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CITY OF INDUSTRY, Calif. — DXG is helping photo enthusiasts snap and share 3-D pictures with its latest innovation.
The company said that its new DXG-018 3-D pocket camera and viewer brings photography to a new level. The dual-lens 3-D camera snaps color pictures, which are saved onto a SanDisk card (sold separately) and then can be printed on standard 4x6 photo paper.
Pictures automatically print as side-by-side images with dotted lines for optimal cutting and sizing to fit into 3-D cardboard viewers, which are sold with the camera bundle. Once the photos are ready, users can slide them into the viewers and check out the 3D magic, the company said.
“We are excited about the DXG-018 3-D camera and viewer because it makes 3-D technology easy, fun and accessible to every type of consumer, with no 3-D TV required,” DXG USA SVP sales and marketing Paul Goldberg said. “We designed the product with kids in mind, making it extremely easy to use and portable. The cardboard viewers are truly a fun and one-of-a-kind way to share 3-D memories.”
The DXG-018 3-D camera bundle includes three cardboard viewers and retails for $69.99.