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Disregard the Product Description,
This review is from: Nishika N9000 35mm Quadrascopic 3D Lenticular Camera (Electronics)
Don't plan on using this camera to make 3D lenticular prints. This camera is 15 years old and printing not available. Buy it only as a curiousity.
Note that the above was written in 2007. Since then there have been lenticular printing service come and go. There may be services now, but plan to pay more than the camera is worth to get processing. Best use of the camera may be to scan your processed film and do what you want with it. This is the second camera from Nishika which they sold though multi-level marketing. The first camera (N8000) was a total joke with it's fake pentaprism, paper lcd screen, and a piece of lead int the bottom to give it heft.
BTW, I've bumped my rating from one star, to two, but the N8000 still gets one star. If you are serious about 3d photography there are better choices.
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Initial post: Jun 25, 2012 9:47:46 PM PDT
If you plan on using the images on a computer you can turn them into a .GIF file and they look really cool. And it's free! :)
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