Summary: Exowner was right camera is out of date no one supports processing he film.XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
You might buy it as a colector's item, but it's useless otherwise!
21 November 2012
Summary: If you are a collector and wish to add this camera to your collection, it might be worth buying. If you are thinking of buying it for actual use there are a few things you should consider: #1 Consumer Lenticular printing is no longer available, so you can't use it for it's original intended purpose. #2 Half frame printing typically costs more and takes longer so making half frame stereo cards with it is not very practical.
Summary: Certainly a well choice for the photo experiments, the only negative aspect is the time you spend to take the photo roll to the shop and then make a scan of all photos to your computer to turn them into your gifs or photos, but the time worth and you´ll get awesome photos that you could´nt achieve with another type of camera. enjoy it!
Summary: The bad: This is 1988 technology, and Snap-3 in Canada is the only place to have the 3-D prints made. The developing and prints are a bit expensive, and there is also a long lead time to receive the prints. Allow a month to receive the prints. The Good: The prints are quite unique. Everyone has positive comments on them. You do not need special glasses to view the 3-D prints.
Summary: I received the Nishika 3 D camera, which is new to me and have taken a number of pictures with the 35mm film. I have not finished the first roll yet to have the film developed. I am pleased with this new camera.
You're not gonna repent to buy this product if you don't mind the
1 May 2011
Summary: The picttures came out very good with this camera in slide film. I think it is waste of films with four same pictures in two frames to view 3D effects.As a matter of fact twin pictures are needed in 3D effects.Anyway the quality of picture is very good in price and structure.
Summary: O.K. points to remember: 1. Until you learn how to load the camera properly, it will be chewing up the film teeth holes. 2. The camera is ultra-cheap plastic... don't drop it, and don't jostle it. 3. The camera has 3 light settings, but really, it is for outside use. 4. The film it makes cannot be scanned or printed using the standard film scanners at your local Wal-Mart, Walgreens, or Wolf/Ritz Camera.
Summary: Purchased out of simple curiosity. Would classify this as a "Toy" camera. Although there are still followers of these types of cameras out there, this was a short lived fad around the 80's that quickly faded in the general overall populous. In fact I read where there were lawsuits involved on deceptive advertising practices for some of these types of cameras.
Summary: Great for collectors to aquire. Expensive 3d process, very limited providers for prints, I only found one on the internet so far, it is like those 3d card you get with an overlaminate film to get the effect. Uses 35mm film, each 24 roll only gives you 12 final prints.