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I see 3D 👀 & take picture off shelf in 3D with this new Canon Lens

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Old 07-10-21, 19:50
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Default I see 3D 👀 & take picture off shelf in 3D with this new Canon Lens

It's been a long time that I was thinking someone has to do it and yes, finally Canon did it for their excellent line of glasses.
That is a single lens taking 3D pictures.
And no, the concept is not new, goes long back to the film era and could be easily replicated by having two identical digital camera bodies and lenses, even point and shots (As has been the norm) but this time, this is a single lens made by a giant, to go right in front of your interchangeable camera body.
More in this link or soon to show on internet reviews of this interesting lens and hope to follow, concept (Keeping fingers crossed. Seriously!)

btw, do you even consider buying it or thinking of taking 3D pictures? Let me know your response in the reply section, please.


https://shop.usa.canon.com/shop/en/c...m_f2.8_launch|

https://shop.usa.canon.com/wcsstore/...sheye_3_xl.png

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