CP+ 2011: Show Floor Highlights

JVC, Kenko, Nikon

JVC, Kenko & Nikon

 This is the JVC GC-PX1. It's a camcorder that shoots 1080p (60 fps) videos at 36 Mbps, and still photos at 10 megapixels. It's equipped with a 10x optical zoom lens (38.5 - 385 mm in 35 mm equivalent), 32 GB internal storage, 3-inch touch LCD, and JVC's FalconBird image processor.

No, this isn't WALL-E. This is the JVC Everio GS-TD1 Full HD 3D camcorder. It uses two camera lenses, and two 3.32-megapixel CMOS sensors (one for each lens). It also has a 5x zoom lens, and a 3.5-inch touch LCD.

Here's Kenko showing off a mockup of its C-mount digital camera. It'd be compatible with old C-mount lenses.

Here's a closer look at the Kenko C-mount interchangeable lens digital camera.

The Nikon cameras that NASA had used. Can you name all of them?

This is the Nikon NF-300i 3D digital photo frame. Members of Nikon's 'My Picturetown' service can upload their 2D photos to convert them into 3D (for a fee). The NF-300i is based on Android 2.1, and uses a 7.2-inch, 800 x 600-pixel screen. It also supports WiFi 802.11b/g.