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Some Test 3D Photos Taken with the Aiptek I2 3D Camcorder

March 4th, 2011 · 4 Comments · Shooting in 3D


I’ve been playing with the Aiptek I2 3D camcorder while testing it in the last few days, and while it is far from being the best possible product for capturing 3D content. But considering the very affordable price of the Aiptek i2 available for less than $200 USD the results you get are actually quite good. It takes some effort on the user’s end to make good pictures, but the resulting quality is decent enough for viewing even on a Full HD 3D screen. Sure having an additional light/flash and stabilization could’ve helped into getting better results, but enough talking, you better take a look at some of the test photos I’ve taken with the I2. The photos were taken in different light conditions, so you can observe how well the camera performs with good lighting, with no so good and even during in low light and dark conditions. I’ve uploaded the test 3D photos to the 3DVisionLive.com web portal, so you can directly view them through the browser if you have 3D Vision.

To the gallery with Aiptek I2 3D Test Photos at the 3D Vision Live Web portal…


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4 responses so far ↓

  • 1 MousKitos // Mar 4, 2011 at 19:40

    Have make some tests with video ?

  • 2 Bloody // Mar 4, 2011 at 20:27

    There will be video footage as well… ;)

  • 3 3DMOVIEMAN // Mar 4, 2011 at 20:55

    I agree that with a little effort you can take very nice stereo photos with the i2! Here is a YT3D video (photo montage) I made with the i2, this video looks really good on my 50″ 3D TV. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UsC6PxAwKNI

  • 4 ken // Mar 5, 2011 at 05:35

    be sure you do the update, it improves the frame rate.

    Ive used mine several times as a middle of the table camera.
    It gets really good sound( other than a 14khz band block on mine, I dont know why)

    a 6 inch table tripod makes a very good handle and it is easy to use as a one handed camera.

    Is pictures are ok, and the video shows line loss compression badly (jaggies) with its side by side, but I like it for its simplicity.

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