3D video recording headed to the Nintendo 3DS

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A new update is heading to Nintendo’s 3DS handheld gaming console that will give gamers the ability to use the machine’s dual-camera system to record 3D video footage.

Though there’s no news on the format that the recorded video will be captured in, or whether it will be compatible with 3D TVs, the update will include a direct upload button to YouTube.

All video clips will be restricted to ten minutes in length, however.

“We are always striving to bring fun new experiences to our fans and these new features and functions for Nintendo 3DS do just that,” said Laurent Fischer, managing director, marketing & PR at Nintendo of Europe.

The update is expected to hit the Nintendo 3DS by the end of November.

Gerald Lynch

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