Set to roll out by the end of this month, there are a few similaries that run across the spectrum here. Each of these compact cams can record HD video, sport Leica lenses, and feature Panasonic's iA technology for intuitive shooting. The Lumix ZS10, Lumix TS3 and Lumix FX78 are even closer with 3D Photo mode, which produces a "realistic" 3D photo by capturing 20 consecutive photos and combining the two best images (as determined by the camera) to create the 3D snapshot.
The Lumix ZS8, outfitted in black and silver, might be left out of the 3D party, but at least it's the most budget-friendly at $299.99.
Set to shine in black, gold and white, the ultra-compact FX78 follows at $349.99. Both the Lumix TS3 and ZS10 will cost $399.99. The rugged TS3 (pictured above) will be available in four bright shades (red, orange, silver, and blue), while the ZS10 will settle for simple yet sophisticated black and silver exteriors.
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