Ok, the picture and stereo are great! The issue I have is that when you turn the camera, say, 90-degrees to the left, the viewer has to also turn 90-degrees to the left. I was hoping it instead worked like you were a passenger in a car. Whichever way the car points is 'in front' of you, but you can look up down and to the sides. But facing forward always points in the direction of the car (camera.). That isn't what happens here. If the camera points to the left, you have to physically turn to the left. I mean you can keep looking forward, but since it's hemispherical, half of your view may suddenly start to black out like a crescent moon.This really stinks because I wanted to take it on a rollercoaster, but it's impossible to do with this as when the coaster turns, you have to turn. There really should be an option that says 'Your head's 'forward' direction matches the camera's forward direction, but you can still 'look around'. Kinda makes this thing useless.