This camcorder looks like any other handycam in the market…that is till you read the 3D written in bold on the device. The dual lens appears vertical at first, but to start shooting you have to flip it around into a horizontal position—a bit like a hammerhead shark. When you switch on the device (by flipping the 3.2-inch LCD screen open) you see the 3D screen and that too without the need for special glasses. The screen is good at showing 3D with considerable depth though the screen size is small. There are quite a few buttons to control the camera, among them a button that lets you switch off the 3D while recording just HD video. There is also a Photo button to click stills, but not while you are recording video. The record button is a bit awkward, located as it is towards the right of where your thumb will sit. Where the record button should ideally have been is a toggle that switches on the LED flash as well as lets you flip through the menu and saved files. The menu is very basic, almost devoid of text and with just icons for everything.