Summary: First of all, I have to say that I bought it for under $70 on Amazon last summer. Currently, it is at $150. Whether you'd want to pay this much - depends. As a 3D photo camera, it is dead simple and effective. The photos are cellphone-quality, but in decent light they are solid, with great 3D. There is a scaling problem, though: the side-by-side JPEG's are squished horizontally to, in theory, 50% to be displayed easily on active 3DTV's.
Summary: My expectations were to say the least, not very high. Until it arrived! After opening the package and removing it, It had a very good feel to it. It is very user friendly. I enjoyed taking pictures and videos. My purpose for buying the camera was to take pictures of my students practicing their karate. It is an excellent tool for critiquing because that depth that only 3D can give works wonderfully.
Summary: It's a good product. I really liked! I bought a result of owning a 3D TV. The advantage of the product is its low price, and high image resolution (HD). Just do not really like the ZOOM it is slow and gradual, however, I recommend the product and think of others as it is to buy a good gift option.
Summary: I wanted a cheap 3D camera so I bought this. I have seen the exact same camera branded differently also. It is pretty low quality, but it works!! I also bought the same-branded display, which was pretty low resolution but also cheap. The biggest thrill with this camera was viewing a 3D picture taken with it on a large-screen 3D TV. Wow!
3D looks sweet as long as you don't try distance zoom.
26 June 2011
Summary: Video created within a 20' - 30' area is pretty clear and looks good. Video zoom looks ok but the resolution is just not great. So if you are doing home movies or recording a small event it will work fine. I would not use it to try to tape an event you are over 20 yards away from. It is also a little slippery in the hand could use some rubber on the sides to ensure a tight grip when using it in motion.
brilliant once you master the tricks to 3d filming
24 January 2011
Summary: first of all, the bundled software is crap, (to be expected in this price range) so if you are disappointed with your results, upgrade to Magix 17 or some other iMovie clone with a 3D workflow. That said, the results you can get out of this little cam are actually very good, way better then expected for the price.
Summary: WOW! I've been an aiptek fan for years from their earliest pen cams to my hd camcorder, one of the first to shoot at 60 frames per second. Aiptek cameras are always easy to use, great amatuer quality photos and videos, great value and price and small enough to put it into your pocket. I've recommended Aiptek to friends who have always been extremely satisfied. THE NEW AIPTEK 3D-HD CAMERA WILL BLOW YOUR SOCKS OFF!!
Summary: After getting over the excitement of a 3D camcorder to support my 3DTV, the disappointment began. There were few, if any, instances where the camera was shooting in the promised 30 Frames Per Seconds. Normally the camera would dip down to 15fps and at that point, I stopped taking the camera with me everywhere I went. So why the high rating?
Summary: I'm blown away by this little device. I've tried creating my own 3-d camera using two Kodak Zi8's mounted directly next to one another. I've made some pretty good 3d photos from that customized set up, but have never been able to create good 3d movies. Can't find anything for a PC that makes the job very easy and one has to spend some time synchronizing the video and making sure the layers line up.