Re: 3D Image tech 3d1000


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Posted by bob eagelston (195.158.145.3) on September 24, 2004 at 06:12:47:

In Reply to: 3D Image tech 3d1000 posted by Shane Rozario on September 23, 2004 at 23:06:14:

You don't need special film. You definitely need VERY special processing. It's expensive. Refer to the FAQ on this forum.

The problem - one of them anyway - with this particular animal is that the interocular (distance between the outer lenses) is quite short and as a result the stereo effect is not very good.

A much cheaper alternative: If you can get a local processor to make you ordinary 3 inch prints from the FIRST and LAST negatives of each set (ignoring the one in the middle), you can view these in an ordinary 'classic' stereoscope or with a small hand viewer.



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