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More Stereoscopic 3D Pictures from Nvidia for Viewing on 3D Vision

September 3rd, 2009 · 1 Comment · GeForce 3D Vision


Thanks to Andrew Fear we now have a dedicated page for Stereo 3D pictures coming in the form of 3D Vision Power Packs for viewing with both 3D Vision shutter glasses and 3D Vision Discover anaglyph glasses. The launch of the dedicated page also comes with 74 new pictures taken at the Santa Clara Classic Car Show 2009 and in it you can find some really nice cars shot in their full 3D glory, so don’t miss this out and thanks for sharing the images goes to Andrew ;)

To go to the dedicated 3D Vision 3D Pictures webpage at Nvidia…

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Ordering Fujifilm FinePix REAL 3D W1 from Japan

August 21st, 2009 · 2 Comments · Shooting in 3D


The Fujifilm FinePix REAL 3D W1 digital camera that is most likely the first portable consumer solution for taking Stereo 3D pictures and shooting movies in S3D is already available for some time in Japan and still only there. And since there is a lot of interest in this product from both Europe and USA from people that are using different solutions for visualizing stereo images and movies some guys in Japan have noticed a good opportunity. If you are very eager to get one of these digital wonders you can order one directly from Japan via eBay, it takes up to a week for delivery and will cost you between $600 and $640 for the camera and $20-$40 more for shipping. Still you’ll need to consider the additional customs tax depending on your country that you’ll have to pay and the VAT, but since there is no other way to get this particular digital camera for the moment it is worth buying it through eBay. The Fujifilm FinePix REAL 3D W1 camera being sold online from Japan is of course a Japanese model, meaning you won’t get manuals in English, but the menu of the camera can be switched between Japanese and English so no worries. The power adapter is also an universal one that can be used within the AC 100V to 240V, 50/60 Hz range so again no worries no matter where in the world you live. Personally I’m still considering between getting this camera and Viewsonic PJD6211 or PJD6221 (I’m on a tight budget), but one of the two is definitely going to be ordered by the end of the month… ;)

To view the current offers for Fujifilm FinePix REAL 3D W1 from Japan…

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