Summary: The Z10000 is a mixed bag that, for me, is an essential tool anyway. When I started down this 3D path two years ago, there were no integrated 3D cameras on the market. In May 2011, I bought Sony's HDR-TD10, a Handicam that had a single manual dial to control every manual function available (and there weren't that many - shutter speed and framerate were fixed in 3D mode).
Summary: I've had this camera for about 9 months and have gone thru all of the functions and have used it on multiple occasions and settings. In 2D this is a great handy cam based on the AC 90, while it doesn't record to some of the more robust codecs out there, AVCHD is pretty sufficient for this price point. Some great things about this camera include: a compact body with twin lenses, a long 23x zoom in 2D (with advanced zoom turned on, 12x without), 10x zoom in 3D.
Summary: I've been using the z10000 for about two weeks now. Since I'm the first reviewer of this camera I'm just going to lay out my thoughts about this camera without really polishing or organizing my review. I was expecting professional level quality and features from this camera, and I feel that it comes up a bit short in both. I'm purposely being very critical of this camera because of the very high price tag.