Yeah cuz clearly the picture quality of a 3ds rivals a cameras
and it doesn't say if this camera has or hasn't got a 3d screen....
and it says ANY 3d compatiable device...there are 3d Tv's and such for less than 2000 now even
Funny tho, when Sony makes some leaps in inventing stuff you come here sputing all these negativity and speculation, but you make sure to spin a 3ds rant in there somehow...
Unless you know for sure this camera itself can't display the 3d images then stop ranting
Yes I agree that the 3DS will have much lower quality pictures than the camera.
The camera does not have a 3D screen. the first website provided in the original post (http://news.sel.sony.com/en/press_room/consumer/digital_imaging/digital_cameras/cyber-shot/release/57945.html) says that:
Create Your Own 3D Panoramas
Both models offer a 3D Sweep Panorama™ feature, which lets you take panoramic pictures in one press-and-sweep motion. The high-speed burst of frames is stitched together using innovative processing techniques to automatically create detail-packed 3D panoramas. These images can be enjoyed in 2D or stunning 3D on compatible 3D televisions (3D-compatible HDMI cables and 3D glasses are also required and are sold separately.)
If the camera did have a 3D screen, Sony would point that out no doubt. Sony didn't say anything about viewing the 3D pictures right on the screen. And, this info above from the Sony website says you need another device, like a 3D TV to view the 3D pictures (and you need 3D HDMI cables and 3D glasses) (Just to view a picture in 3D!)
I do know for sure that the camera itself can't display the 3D images.
My purpose was not to promote the 3DS, but to question that: The technology is there, so why didn't Sony include a 3D screen in the camera?
Been away for a bit, but sneaking back in.
Gaming on: PS4, PC, 3DS. Got a Switch! Mainly to play Smash