Hellooooo, please help me figure this out ..thanks I would like to shoot 3d photos on my OM-D, to be used on something like a stereoscope/view-master. So the final prints/transparencies will be rather small.. So I do not need very large files.What are my options? I have read a bunch of confusing reviews on the Panasonic 12.5mm f/12 Lumix G 3D on an OM-D. First would you get two separate images, or a merged 3d one? Coz I think for most available stereoscopes you would need two separate photos right? Otherwise, I have read that if you cover the 4th contact on the 3D lens, you can shoot 3D movies, as the lens would be treated as a regular lens and it would record a side by side image. Could I use that method in photo mode to get those two separate stills ? Also would I then be able to control ISO shutter speed etc.. as it SCN mode on the olympus the settings are automatic..and would I then be able to use it with strobes? Because one of the complaints was the slowness of the lens. I wish to shoot indoors. Some of the negative feedback has been also due to the lenses being too close to each other , closer than human eyes reducing the 3d effect. Given I would be shooting close subject (portraits etc..), would that be good enough or would you recommend another lens such as LOREO etc..