Here's a video of shots showcasing the Cyclopital3D wide angle adapters for the Panasonic Z10000.
Except for the very end, each 3-shot sequence shows the native wide angle of the camcorder (32mm equivalent), followed by the 22mm equivalent Cyclopital3D adapter, then the C3D fisheye adapter. Each shot in the sequence is taken from the same distance, so you can see the increased field of view. I shot this at 24p, and this clip is a standard Blu-ray 3D iso file (edited in Edius 6.52, with the Blu-ray 3D iso file generated in Vegas Pro 12). Convergence on the Z10k was set to 99. I made a very small number of color corrections and tweaked the "gamma" of the clips, as well as trimming each one for length. I'm really impressed with the image quality of the Z10k, and the Cyclopital3D adapters introduce very little distortion. IMO, the improvement in terms of 3D performance and impact is not subtle.
I'm especially struck by how dramatically a couple of things about the Z10k improve the sense of depth over what I'm used to. The interaxial of the camcorder is wider than my JVCs, and the Z10k has a wider maximum native wide angle setting (32mm equivalent compared to about 42mm on the JVCs). This combination makes for a much greater sense of depth. Add the high quality "22mm" of the Cyclopital3D adapter into the equation and the sense of depth is ratcheted up to a whole new level, even before you factor in what can be achieved with the stereo base extender. I'll be producing both filter/closeup adapter and SBE videos in the next couple of weeks. I also plan to do a video featuring Steadicam/Blackbird stabilizer shots using the C3D 22mm wide angle adapter. This is something I've wanted to do for a very long time, and I think I finally have the tools I need to do it right.