Fujifilm W3 3D Camera Gets Set For the UK Market; Pick Yours in September for £399

August 17, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
Fujifilm has officially announced the arrival of its W3 3D camera which will be released in the UK next month. The W3 is an update to the company’s W1 which is the world’s first 3D camera. The new version is smaller and lighter than its predecessor, but comes with more features.
The W3 comes with the twin 10MP CCD sensors to shoot 3D images and videos, and also comes with a new processing engine called the Real Photo HD processor. It promises stereo sound recording and records 3D HD video. With the addition of a 3D AUTO shooting mode first timers can take decent three-dimensional shots. You can view the images and recorded videos on the 3.5-inch LCD screen of the camera without needing 3D glasses. You can also view the video on a 3D TV via a HDMI 1.4 cable. It comes with 3x zoom and can also be used as a 2D snapper. The camera is also capable of taking a close up photo and a wide-angle photo of the same scene at once, using the two lenses.
Earlier, images taken on W1 had to be sent to Fujifilm to get printed on special lenticular paper. Fujifilm is now offering this in the UK. The camera which will launch in early September will cost £399.
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