I have a 2 month old new open box sony hdr-td10 full hd, 3d camcorder for sale. I thought i would use it a bunch, but it turns out for me there is nothing interesting for me to film when it is freezing and snowing outside. There is 0 imperfections on the unit, the lens has never been touched. Opened and only used to test the 3d viewing on the lcd screen. Has all original accessories, box, manuals and software along with warranty cards (still under manufacturers 1 year warranty). I paid $1500 for the unit. If interested please make me an offer I live in Algonquin, IL. Zip Code 60102.
brunsdan - December 13th, 2011
Jackson Wong - December 08th, 2011
Jackson Wong - November 22nd, 2011
For all those curious about The Hobbit, using the RED cameras (LOTS of them) in a 3D production and green screen stuff, check out this update from Peter Jackson. I found it quite interesting and informative. Sure gets the jealousy thing going regarding equipment. Awesome link shared via MSN.
Here is my latest 3D video, sort of a musical montage with some effects provided by the latest version of Sony Vegas Movie Studio HD. I used an Easy3D camera (aka Rollei aka 3DinLife 820) that I got for $76 (US dollars) from Think Geek a couple of months ago. Questions and comments are welcome, I hope you enjoy the video :)
An interesting iPhone / iPad app has been launched through iTunes
App store. With iDevCam you can control the virtual camera inside 3ds
Max! You can move, rotate and drive your virtual camera by simply move,
rotate or drive your iPhone / iPad.
No more need of a multi-dollar equipment to control your 3D virtual camera.
Jennifer O'Rourke - October 14th, 2011
Here is the latest stereoscopic 3D video I put up on YouTube. It's a montage of some still I took @ the Mizumoto Japanese Stroll Garden in Springfield Missouri USA. The camera was a Sony 3D Bloggie and the video was edited with Magix Movie Edit Pro 17 Plus HD. Questions & comments are welcome (you will probably get a faster response if you ask on YouTube) Have fun watching ;)
I don't get it, why is 3D so popular this days?. I been reading articles that Videomaker had publish about 3D and in all of them it mentions that you need twice the amount of gear to shoot 3D. This goes from the camera, lighting and all the way to needing twice the amount of hardrives for storage. Since you need twice the equipment, you will need twice the amount of money to buy all that. Personally I don't like 3D for one simple thing, I hate 3D glasses. I use prescribe glasses myself and having 3D glasses on top of my prescribe is not a pleasant experience for a 2 to 3 hours movie.