Free viewing vs magnifying viewers

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    As a hobby i convert 2d images to 3d stereo pairs (Jabberwocky example) and i use free viewing to check my work as i go but i noticed when free viewing stereo pairs the depth seems much more enhanced as opposed to viewing with a magnifying type viewer. Is this a real phenomenon? Has anyone else experienced this?
     

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