Low price -- low video quality -- but decent pictures (all in 3D)
Lauren Glenn, Amazon
5 July 2014
Summary: For $80 what was I to expect? I just wanted a basic 3D camera because my phone does 2D pics well enough. This also does video but not really that well. The 3D video playback plays back decently enough on my 3D TV but I wouldn't buy it for that and expect pristine video.
Summary: I have had this Aiptek cam a couple months now and I really like it. As in most reviews, it doesn't replace your point and shoot camera but it is usable for that too. It is best to use a tripod, it's hard to hold steady very long because of it's small size.
Summary: Its ok for the price. Get too close to things and 3D effects start to break down and ghosting occurs. The image quality isnt great either but again what you expect for the price. I also find it locks ip a lot so you have to remove the battery a number of times.
Software won't load; camera won't recognise SDcard
6 November 2013
Summary: This might be an anomaly on my own particular equipment, but the packaged software won't load on my system, and I searched for updates and upgrades on the net to no avail. I've since contacted the seller, and though they say they'll get back to me with answers, almost a week later, I'm still...
Summary: I will be up-front I did get this, but then returned it, nothing wrong with it, just wasn't for me. The menu's are not very intuitive, could have been done better. Nowhere before I purchases it did it say it must have an SD card to record to. Otherwise you get 15 seconds of recording.