Reviews and Problems with Fujifilm FinePix Real 3D W1
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FUJIFILM FinePix Real 3D W1 - world's first 3D camera - price Rs. 39,999
6 July 2010
Excerpt: FUJIFILM owns the leadership in building the world's first 3D digital camera 'Finepix Real 3D W1' with two stereoscopic lenses (left and right) and two 10MP image sensors. It lets the user to shoot both 2D and 3D images/videos and view them on the 2.8-inch LCD screen without the use of 3D goggles.
Pros: Incorporates Face Detection 3 technology - captures faster & accurate images even with moving subjects, Adds the benefit of Red-Eye Removal technology, Equipped with dual CCD sensors to capture stereoscopic 3D images
Cons: The camera does not ship with an optical view finder, The bulky camera does not ship with a carry bag or camera pouch, 3D goggles not shipped with the camera
Conclusion: Fujifilm should certainly be applauded for being the first to take the brave leap into 3D camera technology but that said, it has proven quite a big leap that may not have been entirely cleared on this initial attempt but we certainly look forward to what the future may bring.
Summary: We can't say how good the separate viewer is because Fujifilm didn't have one to send to us, but, judging by the images on the FinePix Real 3D W1's screen, when the 3D mode works, it works well.
Pros: Visually striking 3D effect when it works; easy to use; not that expensive given that it's a twin-lens camera.
Cons: Bulky and awkward; 3D mode needs specific conditions to work; expensive peripherals.
Excerpt: In recent times 3D movies have once again become all the rage and the new release of 3D televisions has sent a ripple of excitement through consumer society. As a result, it’s no great surprise to see the creation of a digital camera that takes and displays not only standard two-dimensional images...