The other day I asked which of two
shots I took of a Realist 3D camera
people liked better. Well, the
masses spoke three people
commented that the second, more dramatic shot was the better of the two.
Also, reader and online friend Steve Crane sent me a link to the
Mission3-D—3-D Attachment for Digital Cameras which combines a special
camera mount, stylish 3D glasses (more durable than the paper red/blue you
normally get) and software (Windows, of course). I personally could do with
just the mount and forego the glasses (which I can't use since I wear
glasses) and the software (which I won't like using) but at $129.00 it's a
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