Nintendo 3DS Video Camera Mode – Review & Test with Sample shots

Posted by on December 7, 2011

Nintendo have just released the new Firmware update for the 3DS, and I’m here to put one of the more interesting new features through it’s paces in a hands on test and review, Included amongst the new features is the ability to use the 3D Camera, and the 2D front facing camera, to record video,

Nintendo have just released the new Firmware update for the 3DS, and I’m here to put one of the more interesting new features through it’s paces in a hands on test and review,
Included amongst the new features is the ability to use the 3D Camera, and the 2D front facing camera, to record video, either “live” like a camcorder or webcam, or interval shooting (Time-lapse) and Stop-motion modes. You can also apply live video colour effects like B&W, Sepia, Solarize and negative.

The format of the AVI video files it records is;
480 × 240 pixels – 20 FPS – Motion JPEG OpenDML
ADPCM, 1 channels (Mono), 16000 Hz