Many single-lens point-and-shoot cameras are adding 3D features, and Sony is leading the way: Its latest 3D-capable cameras are the Cyber-shot DSC-WX10 and the DSC-HX9V (top), and practically every new Sony point-and-shoot has a 3D mode. Sony also released the CES show-stealing Bloggie 3D camcorder (right) this year, which uses the traditional-two lens method to capture both 3D video and images. The Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS10 (left), FX78, and TS3 have 3D shooting modes, too, and an optional 3D lens for the company's G series of Micro Four-Thirds cameras is available.
However, to shoot 3D video you'll need a dual-lens device, such as the Fujifilm FinePix Real 3D W3 or the Sony 3D Bloggie. What's more, viewing the images captured on most of these cameras often requires a special display device, such as Panasonic's 3D-capable Viera TVs or Fujifilm's digital-photo-frame-like 3D viewer. If the foray into 3D seems like just another new thing to learn, consider the Olympus SZ-10 (bottom), which includes a guide mode that shows users how to shoot in 3D.