Taking 3D video with the HTC EVO 3D
Self-made 3D footage sounds exciting and even more so when shooting it with a device you always have in your pocket. The HTC EVO 3D is one handset capable of exactly this and we didn't miss our chance to test its recording capabilities at CTIA.
Video captures is aided by the dedicated shutter button which activates the camera. Transition between your standard 2D and the third dimension is performed by a simple move of a switch located right next to the shutter. And when it comes to the quality of 3D videos, we're looking at up to 720p HD resolution. On-screen controls allow you to control what you see, and you also have auto-focus. You can find a quick walkthrough of some of the recording features of the EVO 3D below, so why don't you check it out for yourselves?
1. Socalvenom (unregistered)
Idk personally I can't find a good reason for all this 3d bull shit it's lame. I do understand that some people really want this tech since it's fun and all but the technicality of using it on a day to day basis is very grim. The fist Evo has an 8.1 mp camera while the 3d version only a 5.1 mp if anything Htc and Sprint should of used a 10.1 mp to amp up it's cam from the originals I think this phone is good and everything considering its running on a 1.2 third gen snapdragon with gingerbread and powered by a slightly larger battery
Im not sure I do need a new phone asap but to wait till June or July since most likely that's when this phone will be released is nuts
2. agentoj (Posts: 104; Member since: 29 Oct 2009)
Megapixels stop mattering after about 3. More megapixels means nothing. Give me a better lens and less megapixels and my pictures will be way better than your 10 megapixel camera
3. JaimeCarlos (Posts: 25; Member since: 17 Feb 2011)
I appreciate the effort you put in order to commenting, but next time, please tell us something we don't know. Peace