This is a Kodak branded m43 camera: Kodak reborn: A look at JK Imaging’s 2014 lineup: Digital Photography Review.
I think they showed this back in January of 2013 at CES.
There is a lot of data in this article: ‘3D needs to win back audiences’ | News | Screen.
China 3D is growing like crazy but growth has stalled in the UK at 17% of theater revenue. Producers are now selectively releasing titles in 3D, depending on the region.
This is apparently only in the U.S. and stores elsewhere may remain open and since the announcement they suggest some US stores might reopen.
Interesting background info here.
The 3D Experience channel, operated by Sony, is a 3D content channel delivered to Internet connected Sony 3D TVs and Sony 3D Bluray compatible players.
Sadly, there is a message on the channel indicating Sony is shutting it down effective March 31, 2014. The channel carried demo clips of 3D music videos, wildlife and travel video, some of which was shot on their Sony 3D consumer camcorders, by professionals. Does not look like they had updated the content since perhaps 2012, however.
Sony has also discontinued their Sony TD30V 3D consumer camcorders. Professional 3D gear remains available from several manufacturers, but 3D consumer content tools seems to be rapidly disappearing.
Sony also sold its Vaio PC division last month. The electronics and camera makers have seen terrific drops in revenue and profits.