Sony's just announced the newest version of their ground-breaking interchangeable camera, the VG10. The new camera will unsurprisingly be called the VG20 and has so many new features they might have well skipped the 20 and gone with the VG30 moniker instead.
With all of the incredible technological announcements at CES, it is hard to stand out from the crowd. Even so, when Panasonic announced that it would be releasing a camcorder that could shoot in both 2D HD and 3D HD using an interchangeable lens adapter, we just had to see it to believe it. The camera has a Full HD 3MOS sensor, can film at 1080/60p, has a manual ring, a 20x zoom, and a 3.5 inch touch-screen LCD, and 32 GB of internal memory. Of course the camera also has the ability to record on an SDXC card for hours of 3D video.
Every once in a blue moon, a technology announcement goes from the usual to the revolutionary. With Sony's announcement of their tiny AVCHD high-definition camcorder with an interchangeable lens system, the revolution of interchangeable lenses has begun.