The IFA global electronic trade show 2011, held in Berlin, kicked off with an interesting announcement from Panasonic. The camera giant revealed the twin-lens HDC-Z10000 camcorder that has the ability to shoot 2D and 3D HD video and still images. The camcorder contains two CMOS sensors, a glasses-free 3D 3.5 inch LCD, and a “3D video macro setting with a twin-lens 3D camcorder at approximately 17.8 inches”. Very impressive! In true Panasonic fashion, information on pricing and availability was scarce, but can we assume to expect price somewhere in the vicinity of the newly announced Sony NEX VG20.