Loreo 3D lens
, a stereoscopic 3D hobby company, has released a new version of their 3D conversion lens
for digital SLR. For $150 + shipping/handling, you can turn most non-full-frame dSLR into a 3D camera, taking 3D photos and 3D video (on newer dSLR with video functions).
It’s really a hobbyist device and not something for production. It squeezes two images into a very tight frame so you’re taking portrait-framed shots. You’re also stuck at an F11 aperture, which leaves out everything except the brightest conditions. F11 creates a larger depth of field to keep everything in focus, which is necessary for 3D. The designers at Loreo clearly thought this through and it’s a terrific product. Here are some samples.
More samples available on the product page.
You can order it here.
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