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: I got this while it was on offer £49.99 and thought what the hell, mixed reviews between Amazon customers and Maplin customers, glad i took the chance, as soon as i recieved it i updated it with the latest firmware from here [...] which fixes the framrate issues.
Summary: The Aiptek 3d i2 is a half decent cam for the money. 3D Photograph quality is very good. Video playback looks ok on a small computer screen. I would not bother updating the firmware as -in my opinion- it does not improve the video quality.
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.
Summary: I've had my Aiptek 3D cam for a few days now and on the whole I'm happy with my purchase. Here are my findings: 1) The quality of the 2D video is adequate. 2) The quality of the 3D video isn't great.
Summary: Fun but don't expect too much, good as an experiment into the 3d world, not sure how to view 3d pictures on a 3d tv via say an external hard drive as due to a black frame either side of the picture the abs merges the 2 incorrectly but fine when plugged directly into the tv however for me this is...