Summary: This is very good camera. You can take 2D or 3D photos, and videos as well. My specimen has only japanese menus ( I do not understand japan language), but I find the camera still easy to use. The stereo images are easy to handle using free software available from internet.
Crisp and well balanced photos - but get the UK online manual in English.
Amazon Customer "Likes electronics.", Amazon
2 December 2013
Summary: Excellent photos and intuitive to use. Sparkling on the Panasonic 3D TV... even the TV remote runs it. Only downside: no English instructions. But look around for UK instructions... they are very similar.
Summary: With an interocular of about 30 mm, the camera is good for 3D photos of objects in the 3-12 foot range, such as in a room. It isn't appropriate for landscapes. It gets a 4 star since it is basically only point-and-shoot in 3D mode and this particular camera is the japanese language version (these...
Summary: Overall, this is a very nice camera. Although it is Japanese only, it is fairly easy to follow if you have the online English manual available. A lot of the icons are familiar and straight forward.
Summary: It is no use to write a long review, as the camera is not produced any more. The japanese version is usable for other languages, as most functions are indicated by icons. The base of the lenses is 30mms,that means it is good for photos in the range from 80 cms on.
Good 3d camera but too narrow base and no manual controls in 3d?
George A. Themelis, Amazon
1 April 2012
Summary: I bought this camera from Amazon. I am a 3d photographer, interested mainly in still 3d photography. I have used the camera for a week. Based on my experience so far, and comparing it with the Fuji and other 3d camera systems I have used, here are my first impressions: Panasonic (+): - Good image...
Summary: So far very good. Picture quality excellent. You need to buy a spare battery and keep it available. For stills it produces both a .jpg (2D) and an .mpo (3D) which means you have to load them to your PC and separate them if you want a slide show on your 3D TV.