Going to the theater for 3D movies is going to change because viewers may now create their own 3D movies. To make this happen, JVC revealed a 3D HD camcorder at CES 2011, which is capable of shooting with two 3.32 megapixel CMOS sensors and a fast imaging engine that processes both the left and right 1920 x 1080i images within a single chip.

Expected features include 5x optical zoom, 3.5 inch touch screen and 64GB internal memory and room to expand with a SD/SDHC/SDXC card slot. The GS-TD1 is aimed at being easy to use, so no glasses are needed to monitor while shooting, and takes 3D stills as well. The Everio MediaBrowser is designed to help organize each created file and make it easy to share on social networks. The $2,000 camcorder is set to hit stores everywhere in March.

If you can’t wait until March to see one take a look at what we saw at the show below:

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Dan Bruns is an award winning cinematographer and editor.

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