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FinePix Real 3D W3 Camera




Just had a chance to play with this 3D camera from Fujifilm — the second generation FinePix Real 3D W3. I’m not a huge fan of 3D but this one is just blew me away.

See the two large lens opening in front?

FinePix REAL 3D W3
1/2.3-inch CCD x 2
Fujinon 3x optical zoom lens
F3.7 (wide) – F4.2 (telephoto)
f = 6.3 – 18.9mm, equivalent to 35 – 105 mm

The 3.5-inch LCD monitor with Lenticular type allows you to see the 3D images with the naked eye. You can, however, connect the camera to a 3D TV to view it properly or use 3D glasses instead.

The camera can also record 3D videos at 720p. It’s not yet locally available but sells for only $369 in Amazon. Here’s the closest I can show it without using any 3D glasses.

Really cool camera.



Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech. You Can follow him on Twitter @abeolandres.

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16 Responses

  1. slymedia24 says:

    Wow! That’s really cool! ^_^ \m/

  2. raul barrios says:

    Nice cam…technology is so amazing!

  3. McTechieGuy says:

    I read this at PCWorld. They say that kailangan mo talaga basahin yung manual to get the PERFECT 3D shots. Di sya katulad ng other Point and Shoots. They said something about focal points.. (I don’t know about Photography stuff. Techie lang talaga ako.)

  4. wow! I watched the youtube video here and was surprised that the image does indeed look 3D! :D Pero parang embossed image ang result nya.
    And it can also take 3D videos? now thats even more interesting :D

  5. John says:

    Very nice cam but I hate these manufacturers putting proprietary batteries on their gadgets. (Read: Replacements and Maintenance will be expensive.) It’s a total turn-off.

  6. Benchmark33 says:

    Hahaha ayus yung picture ha…its like those 3D graphics ng mga kid’s plastic ruler hehehhehe

    Pero how will you print it? Will it be 3D in the printed pictures? Or is it for LCD viewing only?

    Videos are of TV’s and still photos are for printed ones…

  7. simplynice93 says:

    Astig! :D

  8. myke says:

    @John, can you name at least one camera company who still uses non-proprietary battery on their mid to high end line?

  9. JV says:

    Wow! I’d like to get hold one of those.

  10. Paolo says:

    @John actually the battery on this camera is the Fuji NP50 which is also used by the Pentax DLI-68, Kodak KLIC7004 & Zi camera. There are lots of cheap third-party options for replacement batteries available on Amazon, ranging from as cheap as $2 to (a more realistically trustworthy) $9. Original Fuji NP50s are going for about $14.

  11. Leo23 says:

    wow ang ganda..astig!

  12. gg says:

    I kinda feel na sa video mo lang magagamit ang 3D capability nito. for still images, it kinda sound stupid.. hehe.. pang project o special stuffs lang siguro..

    nice but still doesnt have practical sense for a commoners like me. hehe

  13. arena says:

    i agree with gg. but if it will have a big impact a must try though.

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