The introduction of digital camera and their availability world-wide has made quite an impact in the world of photography. Even the least enthusiast enjoys clicking pictures with such a device. So what do you think should be the outcome if cameras that capture 3D images be introduced for the mass. Fujifilm is set to introduce the world’s first 3D digital camera for consumers later this year.
This device named the FinePix Real 3D System is able to capture different angular views of the same image with two lenses. The two shots of the same image when perceived by the left and right eye, combine these images as one, resulting in a 3D image. The two viewing options for such images are the 3D digital picture frame with 8 inch LCD screen and the 3D prints in which the picture will have the “pop up” illusion.
Fujifilm’s 10 MP device will be introduced in Japan this Summer while in U.S. and Europe in September. It will come with a price tag of $600. The photo frame is also supposed to be worth a couple of hundred dollars while each print around $5.