October 1, 2009

Fujifilm FinePix REAL 3D W1: world’s first 3D image capturing camera

3D images captured camera most probably the new concept in imaging media. I have no idea about this concept because we regularly use those comers that captured only two dimension images. By visiting Fujifilm’s website, I was known a simple concept about it. Japan based world’s largest camera film and camera products maker Fujifilm recently has unveiled a digital camera which could capture 3D images. Fujifilm’s FinePix REAL 3D W1 camera is going to capture the U.S market with the new Camera very soon. The Company has announced on Wednesday, September 2009.

Reading the news, I visited the FinePix REAL 3D W1 website and found some 3D images and instruction how to take those images. I am explaining one of them. If you want to take a 3D shoot of any object you have to point two shooting point for single image. Here is an example of image 3D image.

With Individual Shutter 3D Shooting, you can take two shots of the same subject from different positions, and the camera automatically merges and saves the captured images as a single enhanced 3D photo. After the first image is taken, it appears as a transparent overlay on the monitor to help you align and frame the second shot. Photos of distant subjects like mountains and skyscrapers look amazing in enhanced 3D, while close-up subjects like flowers come to life in natural 3D.

Fujifilm FinePix REAL 3D W1 has a sensor of 1/2.3-inch CCD x2 with 10.0 million effective pixels. For 3D image it has 3.8x optical zoom and for 2D up to 17.1x that combined optical 3x zoom and digital 5.7x zoom. The users can change the aperture and Shutter speed. It has a 2.8-inch LCD monitor that has approx 230,000 dots color. It also able to capture video that frame rate is 30/sec but zoom will not work during video capture. For more specification, visit www.fujifilm.com.