Fuji Special 3 d cameras 2010

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Toronto Photography Regular Member • Posts: 128
Fuji Special 3 d cameras 2010

Fuji had a set of 3 d cams in 2010  where you could print out a photo that was 3d  without glasses or anything special. What camera models did this, what was the system called and does anyone else do this?

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FrancoD Forum Pro • Posts: 14,051
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fujifilm_FinePix_Real_3D

I think that this comment :

It takes a few seconds for your eyes to become accustomed to the screen and there’s a limited range of viewing angles that work. To see the full 3D effect, you must look straight at the screen and slightly de-focus your eyes while peering into the image. At its best, the sense of depth is compelling; at worst (outside of the correct angle) the image becomes blurry and you can’t tell whether shots are in focus.

well explains why it did not last.

https://www.photoreview.com.au/reviews/other-cameras/fujifilm-finepix-real-3d-w3/

Something like that came out in the early 80s by Nimslo.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nimslo

That also created a buzz only to fade away once people got over the gimmick.

BadExample Regular Member • Posts: 169
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I had a cell phone with a 3D cam. Pretty cool. There were people posting some pretty interesting videos on YouTube. Of course you had to view those videos on the 3D phone.

tonybelding Senior Member • Posts: 1,072
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FrancoD wrote:

I think that this comment :

It takes a few seconds for your eyes to become accustomed to the screen and there’s a limited range of viewing angles that work. To see the full 3D effect, you must look straight at the screen and slightly de-focus your eyes while peering into the image. At its best, the sense of depth is compelling; at worst (outside of the correct angle) the image becomes blurry and you can’t tell whether shots are in focus.

well explains why it did not last.

I would have to disagree.  I have one of these, and the image displayed on the back of the camera is pretty good, but the main problems are the obvious ones:  It’s a fairly small display, and it’s pretty limiting if you can only show the photos on the back of your camera.

Fuji did also offer 3D digital viewer/frames for the home, as well as a 3D lenticular printing service, neither of which I have tried.  I’m sure the prints must have been good, but expensive.

I do know from first hand experience that the photos look stunning on a large 3D TV with the glasses.  I have a LG smart TV that understands the .mpo file format, so all I have to do is put my photos on a USB stick, or use a SD card reader, and it can display them.  It’s very cool…  but now you’re back to something like the 1950s–1960s stereotype of the family vacation slideshow, and getting people to gather around and watch it, which is very uncool.

Great camera, arguably the best stereo camera ever.  It fits neatly in a pocket, is ready to take 3D snapshots anywhere, anytime.  It’s just the same problem that has always plagued stereo photography:  Now you’ve got these great stereograms, how do you share them and show them off?

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Fujifilm FinePix Real 3D W3 Ricoh GR II Sony RX10 IV Pentax Q7 Sony a7 +1 more
FrancoD Forum Pro • Posts: 14,051
Re: Fuji Special 3 d cameras 2010

I had a customer that made his own stereo cameras. One that I remember was using two Olympus Pen F (I think) . He used to come in with a viewer so that I could see his slides. The quality was great but looking at them wasn't exactly a family or group thing.

OP Toronto Photography Regular Member • Posts: 128
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Thanks I really thought the shots where so cool when I saw them at the Toronto Henry's camera show and wished I bought the camera in retrospect but I support for the image prints does not exist now? or does it?

FrancoD Forum Pro • Posts: 14,051
Re: Fuji Special 3 d cameras 2010

Toronto Photography wrote:

Thanks I really thought the shots where so cool when I saw them at the Toronto Henry's camera show and wished I bought the camera in retrospect but I support for the image prints does not exist now? or does it?

The last place I saw advertising this service was Fujifilm Pakistan , no idea if they still do it.

A You Tube clip for you :

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