Fujifilm FinePix Real 3D W1 camera has now officially been revealed. The twin lens camera is due in September and can take pictures and video with more depth giving the perception of a 3D image.
‘Real 3D Lens System' is what Fuji is calling it. Sat in a protective aluminium die cast frame are two Fujinon lenses and two CCD sensors. The RP 3D processor mixes the images together and out pops your 3D image.
The camera has a 3x optical zoom and the screen can play back the video or stills in 3D on a glorious 2.8-inch, 800×600 screen and there’s no need for silly glasses. It is also packed with features like interval shooting, manual editing and parallax control so you can muck about with your pictures and videos on the go.
Next you’ll need a FinePix Real 3D V1 picture viewer, an 8-inch screen that you can then use to show off you’re new photography skills. Fuji is also planning some way of printing off the images too, but we’ll have to wait and see what happens.
No date or price yet but hopefully before Christmas and an educated guess (by Stuff) says it’ll be about £500