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This is an image of a very rare and unique camera system that many members may enjoy seeing for the very first time. I apologize if this isn't the most appropriate forum to upload it to, but no other forum seemed a better fit. It's not for sale for here (although is on eBay with more images and details), so I have not posted it in classifieds for that reason. Enjoy!
Sony HXR-NX3D1 NXCAM 3D Compact Camcorder with Sealux underwater housing Used Sony HXR-NX3D1 NXCAM 3D Compact Camcorder. This camera is full working condition with some minor cosmetic wear and tear. The LCD screen has a few pixels out but does not effect the quality of recording. There is an internal hard drive that allows 1080P HD recording up to 9 hours. There are 2 XLR inputs for microphones. This is a great camera if you are interested in shooting 3D or just 2D. Perfect for someone looking for a small camcorder that is easy to use with excellent quality. The SeaLux housing has complete control over all functions of the camera and is extremely ergonomic. It can be taken to depths of 200 feet which I have personally been with it. If you are intersted or have questions please PM me or reach by email. Nino.email@example.com $2100 obo
For sale 30 (8.5" x 5.5") Arttomedia 3D waterproof dive maps of Florida wrecks . Maps were never taken in the water! Also included are DUANE 26"x19" folded map, Florida Keys Synthetic map 26"x18", Maps DVD, Caribbean 3D lenticular technology (motion) card and Dive log binder Binder has 3 rings and therefore it can hold all the maps. All items are new! Retail for all is $420.00! Asking $220.00 Free Cont. US shipping I will ship worldwide
Hello, video experts. I have to export green-magenta anaglyph for a project (footage taken with GoPro HERO cameras). The footage looks great—it's 3D and doesn't have much ghosting—in GoPro's Cineform Studio, and in Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5. However, the color is off in Final Cut Pro X, leading to ghosting. So I decided to use Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5.. but when I export my sequence, here's what happens: 1. Export .mov, animation codec. Colors are true, and 3D works. 2. Export anything with ProRes or H.264. Colors are OFF—looks the same as what happens in the timeline preview in Final Cut Pro X. So at this point, for a 4:30 sequence, I'm stuck exporting a 35GB Quicktime movie using the Animation codec if I want anaglyph 3D to work. It's pretty frustrating. Any tips on how to get export colors in Adobe Premiere Pro to match what I see on the screen? Thank you!