RETO3D is a 3D film camera that is small, lightweight, and easy-to-use.
It simultaneously captures the same object with three slightly different angles, thanks to the triple-lens design. A 3D effect is then shown by stitching the 3 photos together!
You can either edit this effect yourself with Photoshop, or use Reto's own smartphone app to quickly generate gifs from your scans.
Older members of the film photography community might remember Nimslo or Nishika 3D cameras! While these are still available secondhand, the Reto3D is newly built for today's 3D analogue shooter 😅
Sample Retro3D gifs
See your film photography in 3 dimensions!
The Reto3D has an inbuilt flash so you can create your images without worrying about the light levels - indoors or outdoors. It works with all 35mm films in our store, but we'd recommend an ISO 200 or ISO 400 film to start off.
The camera is available in two colour options: Classic Black and the Retrospekt White edition.
The Reto3D camera is a wonderfully creative addition to your 35mm film camera collection!
If you want to learn more about getting started with analogue photography please check out our Beginner's Guide to Film. ]
|Format:||Triple-Lens, Reloadable 35mm Film Camera|
|Aperture:||f/11 (triple lens)
|Battery:||1 x AA battery (not included)|
Size: 133 (W) x 65 (H) x 42 (D) mm
Weight: 180g (excluding battery and film)
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Really good fun to use, takes a bit of trial and error to work out what kind of compositions will work best. The only issue is the app - simply doesn't work. However it's easy enough to process the images in Photoshop to create the GIFs.
Been looking at this camera for a while after a friend of a friend recommended it. First roll came back beautifully!! Only downside is that I thought the photos were taken on a third of the frame but they’re actually on half a frame, so I had some issues getting them scanned properly at the lab. So please note the photos are taken on half of a 35mm frame!!