It works, but there are better low cost 3D camcorders out there.
Joe Crescenzi "From CouponPages.Com", Amazon
6 January 2015
Summary: I originally bought this because it was cheap, and I knew I could toss it around and not care too much if I broke it. Shortly after that, I bought the Toshiba Camileo 3D camera, while it did cost a bit more, it was pretty inexpensive and clearly outperformed this one. It works.
Summary: It does what it says it does- but don't expect theater stereo movies. It compresses the aspect ratio so it will fit the standard 4:3 viewing box. The stereo stills it takes are the same way- squashed horizontally.
Summary: Got this thinking it would be a great addition to my pocket camcorders and the new pinnacle 3D editing software. Camera sits idle now, it started locking up when recording. The idea was good and others out them may love them but for me it wasn't a good choice.
Summary: Well, I was very excited to purchase this little camera. I'm still waiting for the Sony HDR-TD10 to be released, so I thought I'd pick this up to have a more portable unit. Well, the first unit had an issue where the audio cut out for 1.5 seconds each 8 seconds.
Summary: I purchased this camera largely based on the positive reviews on Amazon.com. The packaging and "out of box experience" were positive as well. The camera itself however feels cheap by virtue of lightweight plastics and buttons and switches that felt somewhat loose.
Summary: First off I'm an Aiptek fan, for the most part they have pretty good stuff at a cheap price. I've owned the Aiptek GVS and currently have the Pen Drive HD which I bought @ Amazon for $40 which was a steal.