Thursday, May 21, 2009
NIMSLO 3D Camera
A co-worker brought in a camera last week that he picked up at a garage sale for $3. He said he had been camera shopping for me. It's a "NIMSLO 3D" camera with 4 lenses. Apparently there are two ways to view in 3D. One is the traditional way requiring a 3D viewer. The other way is via the specially made prints, that only one place in North America can still do. I have the original owners manual and flash. Apparently the flash, having both direct and bounch capabilities, aid in producing the 3D effect.
Posted by Mark Ehlers at 9:54 PM