An interesting and odd machine at the same time. Technically not a 3D camcorder, but a three CMOS standard HD camera with 3D lens attachment. It does 60p, meaning 60 frames per second progressive (none interlaced) which is great. Would work for a slow motion sequence. A 35mm wide lens (35mm film camera equivalent) is nice, but this is probably less then half that with the 3D lens attached..
I don’t think there are any controls for interaxial distance, maybe some convergence adjustment. Interaxial of the 3D conversion lens seems to be very small, maybe 20-30mm, don’t think there is actually a beamsplitter involved to increase the stereo base. More like a macro stereo lens really. An average scene form 1.5 – 3m should result in some binocular disparity and depth. No depth at more then 4-5m is my guess.
For the wedding or birthday video in 3D could be ok, but not for the stereoscopic enthusiast.
Should be plug and play with a panasonic 3D TV, using the camera native side by side format. The lens must be aspherical to keep the 16:9 aspect ratio of the image.
Also note, a stereoscopic lens attachment halfs the horizontal resolution (960 from 1920)