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Vivitar trots out new digital cameras with 3D, Wi-Fi capabilities

There were many, many digital camera and camcorder announcements last week, including some new 3D and Wi-Fi-enabled models from Vivitar.
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Written by Rachel King, Staff Writer on

There were many, many digital camera and camcorder announcements last week, including some new 3D and Wi-Fi-enabled models from Vivitar.

While Vivitar brought over a dozen new digital cameras to CES 2011, let's take a closer look at the top three new releases. The ViviCam T132 (pictured right) and ViviCam VT135 (pictured above) are nearly identical as they are both 12.1-megapixel HD cameras with 4x zoom, support SD cards and include rechargeable Lithium-ion batteries. The T132 also a 2.4-inch display and Wi-Fi capability for direct uploading to Facebook, YouTube and Twitter. The VT135, on the other hand, has a 2.7-inch display and can shoot in 3D. Both will retail for $129.95.

The budget-friendly option is the ViviCam iTwistT028 (pictured below). This 12.1-megapixel, HD shooter sports some familiar features (4x zoom, SD card slot), but it is powered by a pair of AA batteries. It also totes a lower price tag: $79.95.

All of Vivitar's recently announced digital cameras are expected to ship this spring.

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