Transparencies from Digital Photos?

bsquared18

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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.
 

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bsquared18 said:
(Are you old enough to remember ViewMaster slides, for example?)

My 3-year-old has a viewmaster :wink: .
But seriously, that sounds very interesting. I know there are slide duplicators available for film cameras, but don't know of one for digital. Good luck, tho.

EDIT: oops, itchy trigger finger. Didn't type a message the first time!!! :oops:
 

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