Acer Announces the SpatialLabs Eyes Stereo Camera

Acer launched the SpatialLabs Eyes Stereo Camera, its latest addition to its range of SpatialLabs 3D devices. Due to its complete integration with the SpatialLabs product line, photographers can use the compact 3D camera to take stunning stereoscopic images and view them in immersive 3D.

“The SpatialLabs Eyes Stereo Camera completes Acer’s stereoscopic 3D portfolio, providing solutions from content capturing and creation, to display and interaction,” said Jerry Kao, COO, Acer Inc. “We hope to empower users to capture the world around them in stunning stereoscopic 3D through the new camera and we’re excited to see the possibilities and the amazing content they will be able to create and share.”

Like all stereo cameras, the SpatialLabs one has a pair of cameras, each with eight megapixels of resolution. The camera has a built-in selfie mirror, autofocus and touch focus, electronic image stabilization, and a manual mode for more experienced photographers.

At the very least, the advertised manual controls for seasoned shooters include ISO, white balance, and shutter speed. Given that the f/2 lenses are 3mm and comparable to 21mm, it is clear that each camera has a modest image sensor. Acer does not specify which sensor it is utilizing, although it does indicate it is a Type 1/2.8 CMOS imager. A crop factor of seven times is substantial and exceeds that of many current smartphones.

According to the specifications, the camera is capable of shooting JPEG still frames. The camera’s ISO varies from 100 to 1,600, and its shutter speed extends from one second to 1/2,000 second.

The camera features a 2.4-inch touchscreen and weighs about 220 grams (7.8 ounces). The camera measures 104 x 65.4 x 23.2 mm (4.1 x 2.6 x 0.9 inches). The camera uses a microSD card to store media and features a USB-C connector for interface and charging purposes.

The Acer SpatialLabs Eyes Stereo Camera (ASEC-1) will be available in North America in Q3 for USD 549 and in EMEA for EUR 549.

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