Summary: This is a cool toy. The 3D imagines are often just outstanding, but the camera does draw attention because it looks so unusual. The best 3D is when things are in the distance and in the foreground up close. I have other cameras for standard video and photos so I have nothing to say about the performance in that regard.
Summary: Whats not to like...Ive been using this camera while doing footage for the KC roller derby leagues...and Ive shot some incredible scenes of derbygirls flying right at me...its nice not having to pay $400 for a 3D camera I have to put in harms way...needs a way to hook up an external battery for extended video shooting...so 4 stars.
Summary: I got a deal on this so I for whatI paid, it's cool...very basic and featureless, but it works...the ds-esque 3d display is kinda wierd but cool, and it's onboard 10mb memory only lets you record about 3 secs of 3d video, but with my 4gig card...plenty...I'd rather have a mini-usb port than a slide-out full size one which may strain both the intit and your laptop ports...but it does make nice red/blue pics which pop with old school 3d glasses..
Summary: Since this camera is the same as the aiptek 3d camera and it had great reviews after the firmware update, I tried it on the viewsonic. I downloaded the aiptek 3d firmware update from the UK site and it applied to the viewsonic just fine. Still has the viewsonic startup screen after update. Without the update the pictures were a little blocked and only seemed like it was a 10 frames/sec.
Summary: Since I already own the Aiptek 3-D HD camcorder I thought I would make a comparison with this ViewSonic 3-D HD camcorder since it's now selling for $94.00. They both physically look the same except the 2 lenses on the ViewSonic are guarded by a frame around the lenses. The functions are the same on both camcorders and both include Nvidia 3-D softwear for compatibility.