Summary: i am not a professional photographer so was just looking for a 3d camera to record videos of my new born. this camera had good reviews so i purchased it. 3d video is great in bright day. i was even able to upload it on youtube in the SBS format and it looks great. in low light, its very grainy.
Summary: Bought this back in July of 2013, and have been using it pretty consistently even a year later. Ultimately, this camera will not give you great color or solid quality. It is not anywhere near the quality of a DSLR, and even a go-pro will beat this when comparing to 2D.
Summary: Well, I'm not a pro just a gadget guy who likes to have quality products for reasonable price. Comparing this camcorder's specs and price you will immediately realize, that 3D camcorders with the same specs costs around double if not more, and they are much more bulkier than this tiny clever...
Summary: This camera is fantastic! I honestly would have been very pleased with my purchase even if I had paid the $2000.00 list price - - but at $895.00 it is a real steal!!! I have had it for a month now and keep finding new things it can do. It is especially good in low light situations.
Summary: I chose this camera over the Sony TD10/20/30 cameras and JVC's own GS-TD1 for several reasons, the most important being "bang for the buck". This camera will do 3D 1080p24 and is currently the least expensive and smallest 3D camcorder available which will.
Summary: You've got to keep in mind that the 3D effect will only appear on close objects, as far as 4m (12ft). In longer ranges, it will look like a puppet theater. But it is ok, lots of controls, so you can change depth-of-field and speed. For indoors, it is perfect.
Summary: I purchased two of these cameras for a beginning cinematography program. Overall, they will meet our needs. The overall picture quality is good. Low light quality is adequate for this level camera.
Summary: As of late, the term 3D has caused bitter blog battles -- fan boys (and girls) fighting tooth and nail as to what medium better illustrates a story -- traditional 2D or this 3D "fad." I was not one to take sides so easily.