Reviews and Problems with Fujifilm FinePix REAL 3D W3
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Fuji Finepix REAL 3D W3
29 September 2011
Summary: The Fuji Finepix REAL 3D W3 is one of only two 3D digital cameras which offer a unique way to capture 3D images with a natural perspective. This is accomplished by a very sophisticated design which is bound to become the benchmark for 3D digital-capture. This design includes two folded-optics 3X optical zoom lens mounted 75mm apart along with two 10 megapixels image sensors.
Pros: Natural 3D imagery, Direct 3D Viewing LCD, Automatic 3D focusing, Manual parallax control, 3D HD Video capability, Instant toggle between 3D and 2D modes, Modifiable parallax after capture, Dedicated movie mode, Good color accuracy, Excellent white-balance, Accurate autofocus, Good build quality, Simultaneous dual 2D shooting features, Can store 3D and 2D images at once, 3D glasses not required
Cons: Lenses easily blocked, No direct EC button, No physical aperture, Difficultly framing, No close focusing in 3D, Reduced angle-of-view in 3D modes, Aspect ratio varies with parallax, Noise visible at all ISO, Smudges fine details, Strong corner softness, Distortion at wide-angle, Generally quite slow, Restricted LCD viewing, Short battery life, Large file size