"3D" photography has been around since the 1840s, moving from the stereoscope to 3D glasses to lenticular prints. The Reto 3D Film Camera aims to bring this time-honored medium into the digital age. Using a trio of 30mm, f/11 lenses, it captures three half-frame images at once, recording them to standard 35mm film. Once processed, a companion app compiles them into a 3D image, creating GIF files that move to show the different angles. A built-in, AA-powered flash enables nighttime use and the sturdy ABS body weighs under half a pound, making it easy to carry.