Summary: It does what it says it does- but don't expect theater stereo movies. It compresses the aspect ratio so it will fit the standard 4:3 viewing box. The stereo stills it takes are the same way- squashed horizontally. I have been taking stereo photos for over 10 years with a single lens camera and this was inexpensive enough I thought I would try. Don't do it- it is just a toy camera. Let your kids play with it. This is not for the serious stereo photographer.
Summary: This item comes with a USB cable only, no actual charging unit. The manual however states that is can be charged via PC USB port. After setting my PC to not go into sleep mode overnight, the battery light remained flashing red/green and upon removing the cable, the unit was completely dead. Reseated the battery (Just in case) and plugged it into an IPad charger... 8 hours later.. Same result. Shipped it back for a replacement. Still waiting on the replacement.
Summary: So far this camera has been very good. It works well. While the 3D isn't great. Still it's good for such a small camera. If you don't have a 3d tv. You will have to see the 3d in Anaglyph. Which is still Okay.If my screen would have been in a little better condition. I would have givin it four stars. Still it doesn't affect the play back or anything. So overall I would say it's still worth the money.
Summary: Got this thinking it would be a great addition to my pocket camcorders and the new pinnacle 3D editing software. Camera sits idle now, it started locking up when recording. The idea was good and others out them may love them but for me it wasn't a good choice.
Summary: Tinny, weird interface, and post-processing is a bit of a pain, but it actually worked. Of course, the pricing seems to have jumped by a factor of 3 since I bought it, but it's still pretty solidly functional and quick to use, minus the slow boot time. Requires very good lighting, but otherwise impressive.
Summary: First of all, I have to say that I bought it for under $70 on Amazon last summer. Currently, it is at $150. Whether you'd want to pay this much - depends. As a 3D photo camera, it is dead simple and effective. The photos are cellphone-quality, but in decent light they are solid, with great 3D. There is a scaling problem, though: the side-by-side JPEG's are squished horizontally to, in theory, 50% to be displayed easily on active 3DTV's.