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Fujifilm FinePix Real 3D W1 for better 3D Shoot

Friday, July 24th, 2009 | Camera, Gadget

Fujifilm FinePix Real 3D W1 for better 3D Shoot – Fujifilm announced the launch of FinePix Real 3D W1, a groundbreaking 3D digital camera equipped with the world’s first 3D digital imaging technology FinePix Real 3D System that lets you enjoy three dimensional images without the need to wear special 3D glasses.

Fujifilm FinePix Real 3D W1 for better 3D Shoot

Aiming to “capture precious moments just as the eyes see them”, over the last decade Fujifilm has developed unique lenses, CCDs and processors, amongst other key digital camera technologies.

To achieve a natural, 3D image, it was necessary to flawlessly layer together two images, so two Fujinon lenses, renowned for their high resolution and exquisite rendering, were installed. A robust aluminum die-cast frame has been used to protect the lenses from vibration and impact.

A 3x optical zoom, deemed difficult to achieve in 3D photography because of the precision required to align two lenses, is also possible. Moreover, the “RP (Real Photo) Processor 3D” which is based on photo technology that Fujifilm has developed over the years, synchronizes data passed to it by the two lenses and two CCD sensors, to determine shooting conditions such as focus, brightness and tonality to instantaneously blend this information into a single symmetrical image, for both stills and movies.

The 3D/2D LCD monitor features Fujifilm’s own LCD panel, exclusively for the display of 3D/2D images on digital cameras, allowing you to see beautiful, natural 3D images with the naked eye. As the camera performs a series of image processing steps automatically, anyone can take 3D stills and videos with superb picture quality by just pointing the camera and pressing the shutter button.

The Real 3D camera allows you to adjust the settings to suit the scene being photographed. When using the 3D two-shot function, the camera shifts to take the second shot after taking the first shot, and saves a single 3D image in the camera manually. This allows you to edit the 3D images, particularly useful for long zoom telephoto shots where a 3D image is difficult to achieve, or conversely, macro shots, where the 3D effect can be too strong.

It is expected to be available in Japan market on August 8, for around 60,000(JPY).


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