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Snap Total Lunar Eclipse with the DXG-018 3D camera

Today a “Total Lunar Eclipse” will take place, so what better way to capture the moment than with the DXG-018 3D camera. Now we know that there are so many better cameras on the market, but how many of them will be affordable, 3D and child friendly? You had best hurry though, as these $69.99 cameras only came onto the market yesterday, June 14, 2011.

The first choice that you will have to make is which color you want, as there are five in all: green, lavender, orange, pink and yellow. As with most camera there is no built-in storage, so you will need to make sure that you have an SD card handy. We have to inform you that these cameras add a little twist to 3D, as they are more for the child.

Once you have taken your photo – hopefully of the “Total Lunar Eclipse” later you will then need to put your SD card into your printer. You will then see a side-by-side print appear along with dotted lines to help you cut the photo out. Once you have cut the picture out you then have to place it in the provided 3D cardboard viewers.

See what we mean about different, now you can enjoy a 3D image with a difference, and the best part is that you did not have to spend hundreds of dollars on the device. This will be an ideal gift for any child, so we can see the DXG-018 3D camera doing very well this holiday season – well 3D is the in-thing at the moment. If however money is no object, then Sony has a great new range of 3D cameras and camcorders, as does JVC.

For a greater insight into how it all works visit DXG.



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