Summary: The product came on time and in perfect condition. The camera itself is only ok, but what do you expect for a 60 dollar 3d camera. Generally satisfied. Next time I will buy a better quality camera.
Summary: The product itself is great - and its really a fun buy for what it is - my problem is that the online description from Amazon lists MAC / OSX - and the software is ONLY for windows machines. So if you plan to edit, update, or make the red/blue 3D - you'll need to find a PC to install the software..
Summary: I admit I bought this camera as a novelty. I was curious about the 3D feature and didn't really care how well it did it's job. The device does not really have a quality design or of quality material. Has a "$20" wal-mt cel-phone feel to it.
Summary: So my White on Black version of the Aiptek 3D cam showed up, it is a bit more plasticy then I thought it would be but ok. It also contains 1 pair of red/green 3D glasses (so the extra purchase I made of 4 pairs was really a waste but ok.
Summary: The camera is kind of fun. The package appeared to have come open and then boxed, with some sort of electrical adaptor added to the box which appears to have no use. What is worse is that the software for playing the videos and pics in 3D is corrupt and wont load on the computer.
Summary: I bought this camera because I had bought a 3d tv but didn't really find any free compelling 3d content to watch. While the jury is still out as to whether I should film in 3d, I found this camera a reasonably priced way for me to test.
Good 3D implementation piggybacking on mediocre HD camera
17 November 2010
Summary: As others have mentioned, it's a good idea to start off upgrading the firmware before you use this camera. See the discussion thread for this product for details on where to get the firmware, and for my corrected instructions on how to determine your firmware level.
Summary: The real dissapointment is the choppy frame rate. Aiptek advertizes 30 frames per second....nuh uh! At first I thought maybe I didn't get a fast enough video card but my Panasonic 1080p camera does fine with a rated 4 SD card and putting a rated 6 SD card into the Aiptek didn't help.
Excerpt: Was soll ich sagen, ich bin nun mal ein 3D-Freak und jetzt ist es so weit. Pearl hat einen 3D-Camcorder im Programm. Von Aiptec und für 179,90€. Aiptek ist zwar nicht gerade für aller höchste Qualität bekannt aber ein akzeptables Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis konnte man dennoch erwarten.