Originally Posted by wiggo
Make that closer to $700 (extra battery, SDHC class 10 card, mini-HDMI cable). But it's pretty cool. The stills look awesome on my PNC7000, although I'm still learning framing and composition and parallax (and to keep my fingers away from the lenses, which is harder than I thought it would be). The video is disappointing, as others have noted. It really doesn't look like 720p. And until I dig my tripod out of whatever closet it's in, I can't keep the camera still enough which makes the video look even worse.
So after a few hours, I'd give it five stars for 3D stills, two stars for 3D video.
2 stars for video may not be enough for me. Although I look forward to shooting stills in 3D, I'm more interested in video. Even though the Panasonic camcorder is a lot more ($1,400, I think), I might go that route if the Fuji's video is very poor. Any way you can post a clip or two? A few seconds is fine. It would give me a much better idea of what to expect. I've almost ordered the Fuji several times now, but I'm still waffling. I would always use a tripod, so if you can post some clips, please post ones shot from a stable platform. And something of moving subjects, like cars passing by, would be very revealing.