With 3D everything in the image looks like it is either behind the screen, at the screen, or popping out in front of it. Traditionally that can be adjusted manually 3D viewing software or in real life when I shot with stereo slides. The part that is at the screen is called the "Stereo Window"
When I look at the videos from the EVO 3D, I can see that someone points the camera at something close and then something far, the stereo window is clearly shifting. It can make for a head ache inducing video, and I would love to know if there is a setting for turning that off.
Also, does the camera adjust the focus while shooting, or will it stay focused on where ever you focused before pressing record?