Sigma DP1 Stereo movie

Soon I will participate in a photo fair here in Sweden and for this I now have two DP1s – Trying to make the most out of this I connected them via the screw mount in the bottom via a small wooden (chop)stick. Then I started movie mode on both cameras (Not important to be sync). When finished I imported both files into the same sequence into Final Cut Pro and rotated both videos (each video different way) and placed them beside each other. Very very simple. Then I synchronized via my voice. Extremely easy. Took 15min all in all.

I’m sure that a nice day BEFORE sunset would make very cool videos like this. It’s so simple. :)

About Carl Rytterfalk

Welcome to my blog! I'm Carl Rytterfalk, a swedish photographer who loves everything that is interesting in the world of photography. In 2002 I fell in love with the three layered Foveon sensor and has since then been an addicted user of Sigma cameras. Though I use Canon and Nikon as well. :)
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5 Responses to Sigma DP1 Stereo movie

  1. Kuan says:


    Here I am waiting (im)patiently for mine and now you have 2! Arggh!

    Great inspiration on your site. I can’t wait for mine.

    Thanks. Have you used your SD14 since?

  2. I don’t get it. What does a stereo movie do?

  3. Carl R says:

    Charles. Have you heard of stereo images? Lots of talk about it back on my still stereo shots – follow the links from those comments. (I got some really talented visitors that knows everything there is to know about this topic. I’m learning. :) Follow this link:

  4. Gert-Jan says:


    For this you can download STEREO MOVIE MAKER. Import the two movies and then go to anaglyph mode. Try to get everything arranged as it should be (no rotation or height errors, closest object on top of each other). After adjustment let it run. There are several ways to save the movies (running from MB’s into GB’s so be carefull).


  5. xavier says:

    This is awesome !
    I really like stereo images, i can view crossing my eyes mostly.
    I’m building a splitter for my lenses with mirrors, looks promising.
    The video is great but needs some tweaking.
    At the beginning, the background looks like composited in the video.
    But when you go through your frontyard, it’s just wiked !
    post some more please ;)


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