Snap Share View 3D Photos with DXG-018 3D Pocket Camera

Snap and Share 3D Photos Like Never Before With the DXG-018 3D Pocket Camera and 3D Viewer - DXG Creates an Easy and Fun Way to Capture and View 3D Pictures With No 3D TV Required

DXG is bringing the beloved View-Master® back with an exciting technology twist that lets users create and share their own 3D content with the new DXG-018 3D pocket camera and viewer. Available today at, the DXG-018 3D camera and viewer bundle retails for $69.99.

DXG-018 3D Camera in Pink
Available in five eye-catching colors – pink, lavender, orange, green and yellow – the DXG-018 features a dual-lens 3D camera which snaps color pictures that are saved onto an SD card (sold separately). Photos are easily transferred from the SD card by inserting it into any printer or computer, or using the included USB cable. Using standard 4x6 photo paper, pictures automatically print as side-by-side images with dotted lines for optimal cutting and sizing to fit into the included 3D cardboard viewers. Once the photos are ready, simply slide them into the viewers, look into the windows and enjoy the 3D magic.

“We are very excited about the DXG-018 3D camera and viewer because it makes 3D technology easy, fun and accessible to every type of consumer, with no 3D TV required,” said Paul Goldberg, senior vice president of sales and marketing at DXG USA. “We designed the product with kids in mind, making it extremely easy to use and portable. The cardboard viewers are truly a fun and one-of-a-kind way to share 3D memories because they can be folded, dropped in an envelope and mailed to grandma who can feel like she’s in the scene with her grandkids.”

The DXG-018 3D camera bundle includes three cardboard viewers, with additional viewer packs sold separately at [Source]

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