3D will stick around, but


3D will stick around, but not the glasses kind and not the kind now that jumps out of the screen. I think 3D will develop into a much less noticeable form. Until then it is just a fad that 30% of the population like 40% doesn’t like and 30% of the population doesn’t care (my own guesses, don’t quote me on that lol). I think videomaker is going a little overboard since almost all of the last 5 issues have been going nuts over 3D cameras, gear, and editing. It makes me sick and makes me stop reading the magazine when I see those articles.

I agree, it is twice the work, twice the storage, twice the money, and twice the distraction to the viewer.

Until it is more subtle, it won’t catch on.

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