Jun 302015
 


Now we are looking at the shutter speed options with this Sony FDR-AX33.
As with everything else related to stereoscopy, my main objective is for it to look as “normal” as possible.
As I explain in the video, Janice is the designated main subject, so in this shot we are analyzing the shutter speeds relative to my juggling behind her.

The background image in this video was shot with my Fujifilm W3 3D camera.

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Jun 252015
 


This video has two main purposes:
1) To show my technique of glancing back and forth between my remote cell phone monitor for my 4K Sony FDR-AX33 Handycam image-splitter rig and things out in the real world, like flying airplanes.
2) To check the quality of a stereoscopic photo shot with my 4K Sony FDR-AX33 Handycam image-splitter rig, which has a higher native resolution than a video, but still has to be upsampled to fill the width of the UHD (ultra high definition) frame.
You can also see my new “Shade Thing 2.0″ for my remote cell phone monitor, made out of “fake metal” dense foam flooring.
The composited talking head tight shot was recorded with my Sony TD30 3D camcorder on a DIY selfie stick (modified monopod).

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Jun 252015
 


Fed up with not being able to see my remote cell phone monitor for my “4K” Sony FDR-AX33 Handycam image-splitter rig, when shooting out in the bright southern California sunshine, it’s time to do something about it, so I’m trying a shade thing.
Here’s a photo of it, but now I want to make a real one that folds up and fits in the side of my camera bag:
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=686408758137694&l=f468cbae8b
I ran out of patience waiting for an airplane to fly over, but the girls on the bikes might be enough to check for strobing — and then I’ll have to decide if I need to start experimenting with the shutter speed, since this camcorder only shoots 24fps or 30fps “4K” video.

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Jun 232015
 


I had the bright idea to go out this afternoon with my new Sony FDR-AX33 Handycam and image-splitter and practice for shooting “4K” video of my rubber-powered model airplanes by shooting regular-size airplanes. :/
The backside of my stereoscopic 3D rig with cell phone monitor: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=683298825115354&l=d0f9ba7113

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Jun 232015
 


I’m checking the quality of stereoscopic photos shot with my new “4K” Sony FDR-AX33 Handycam and image-splitter.

My stereoscopic 3D rig: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=683623688416201&l=409748437b

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