Reviews and Problems with Fujifilm FinePix REAL 3D W3
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Fujifilm FinePix Real 3D W3 Digital Camera Review
17 March 2011
Conclusion: If 3D imagery is not for you then you really would benefit from a specific 2D camera, although if it is then the Fujifilm W3 is really the only 3D camera out there that offers you the ability to review your images straight away on the back of the camera, minus the glasses! The big plusses aside from the obvious 3D benefits are that the W3 will still offer you enough 2D options to get through most shooting situations as well.
Conclusion: FujiFilm is to be commended for introducing a twin-lens, two-CCD 3D digicam. It’s a second-generation effort, and while improvements have been made, it’s hard justifying the price (we’ve seen it for $449 at legit online dealers). There will be a boatload of 3D still camera and camcorder announcements at the Consumer Electronics Show in early January 2011. And from what we’ve seen under wraps, there’s no need to rush out and buy one.
Pros: Very nice auto stereoscopic display, Twin CCDs, two lenses, For adventurous shutterbugs, Terrific Advanced 2D options
Cons: Expensive, No stabilization or AF assist lamp, No zoom with 3D video
Excerpt: It's been over a year since Fujifilm released its first 3D camera, the Real 3D W1, which was revolutionary. For the first time the consumer could take 3D pictures easily using a fairly portable camera.
Excerpt: La Finepix Real 3D W3 de Fuji te acercará a la tecnología 3D sin invertir demasiado dinero, aunque, la verdad, no esperes ver tus videos como en una sala de cine comercial, ya que es un equipo pionero en la industria y por eso tiene deficiencias.