This stereo image is to be viewed with Berezin Pocket 3Duv glasses
Depth is about 3 microns (9 frames @ 1/3 micron per frame)
Width is nominally 89.2 microns (22.3 mm sensor width, divided by 250X total optical magnification (=100*2.5))
-2% corresponds to view angle about -30.7 degrees. (Crosscheck using the formulas at zerenesystems.com: TAN(RADIANS(-30.7)) * (3/89.2) * 100 = -1.997)
+4% corresponds to view angle about 49.9 degrees. (Crosscheck: TAN(RADIANS(49.9)) * (3/89.2) * 100 = 3.994)
Total viewing angle is 80.7 degrees (=49.9+30.7, rounded from extra digits not shown) .
Typical max viewing angle in real life is only about 8-10 degrees (10 degrees = 2.5 inches between eyes, 14" viewing distance), so the stereo pair is exaggerating depth by about 10X. If you were able to look at something this small through a real stereo microscope, it would look a lot more flat.