Is there any more information available? I looked at their web site, and the 3D video specs are inadequate. No stereobase data, 3D packing scheme, data or frame rate, compression method that I could find. What did you use to edit the video?
The Z100 stereo base (interaxial) is 30mm
The camcorder shoots 3D half side by side mp4 1080p 30 fps & 720p 60 fps
The stills are full side by side jpeg @ 3,5,16 megapixels (16 is interpolated)
I used Stereo Photo maker to edit the stills and save them as MPO
I used Vegas Movie Studio 11 to edit the video
If you need other info let me know and I will do my best to find out.
Not bad video for the price point. The stills seem soft and diffused contrast and overexposed. Will put 3D into the hands of a lot more enthusiates for sure. The irony of cheap camcorders in general is that they lead people to want better, more expensive rigs, and that will ultimately help sell the Sony TDs, Fuji W3 and Panasonic 3D1 cameras.
I think the camcorder does a decent job, it's not a pro camera but it's affordable. Nice little camcorder for a beginner or intermediate 3D enthusiast.
Here is another video I made of the Birthplace of Route 66 Festival in Springfield Missouri on August 11th.
I used a 3D Bloggie for the opening pic. I used a Toshiba Camileo Z100 for the video footage.The stills in the middle of the video were taken with a
Fuji W1. And the closing still was taken with the Z100.
Almost a year later and I am still getting good stuff with the Z100.
Here is a stereo still montage I made of photos I've taken over
the last 6 months. I still think it does a good job for a budget
camcorder and it takes nice stills too