3DS will boast a 3D camera when it launches in Japan next month, allowing users to take 3D snaps, but Nintendo president Satoru Iwata would also like the new handheld to support 3D video recording capabilities.
Speaking in the latest episode of the Iwata Asks series of interviews, he said: "I think it will be fun if we're able to include video recording capabilities with future updates."
That's it. Nothing set in stone, but it seems like a logical next step.
Earlier this week, it was rumoured that 3DS will release in the UK on or around March 25 for £200-£230.