I'm thinking of linking two same-model digital cameras together to take 3D stereo pictures. The rub is that ways to view stereo pairs made digitally seem limited. I have the software to make red-green images, but the results are not the greatest, and viewing choices are limited. I'd love to be able to take a pair of digitally created images and somehow convert them to transparencies that can be viewed with the same brilliance that film-based stereo transparencies can be viewed with a viewer. (Are you old enough to remember ViewMaster slides, for example?) I'd appreciate any creative (or not-so-creative) suggestions on this. Thanks! Bill B.