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  • Camera Review – QooCam EGO 3D

    Digital stereo cameras are rare. It’s been twelve years since the Fuji W3 and Panasonic DMC-3D point & shoot digital stereo cameras were released, with few new options since then. Many of us shoot with paired cameras or make single-lens “cha-cha” stereo photos for lack of better options. Enter the QooCam EGO 3D Camera, released […]

  • A New Web Site for the GGSS

    A significant update to adds many requested features, along with a design update to boost its usefulness.

  • VR Gallery Success

    Kudos to Jay Kusnetz for the successful creation of the GGSS Gallery in AltspaceVR.  Jay went above & beyond to create a seamless experience for our first VR exhibition. Thanks also to our contributing members who introduced their work and answered questions from the audience. The stereo photos on display were well received by a […]

  • The Oakland Camera Club is now the Golden Gate Stereoscopic Society

    The Miniature Camera Club of Oakland was founded in 1934. In 1950, the Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws were changed, and the club became the Oakland Camera Club. For decades, the Oakland Camera Club served photographers with divisions for stereo, movies, color slides, black & white and color prints, and a school of photography. Today, […]

  • Congratulations John Ballou, Lifetime Member

    Congratulations John Ballou, the Oakland Camera Club’s newest lifetime member. John’s contributions to the Oakland Camera Club are enormous. John is responsible for the Oakland Camera Club’s transition to digital projection, single-handedly performed as projectionist for years. Given the effort involved, we really should have called ourselves the “Oakland Projector Club”. Internationally, John served as chairman […]

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