Fujifilm FinePix 3D W3 Digital Camera £90.85 at Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Fujifilm FinePix 3D W3 Digital Camera direct from Amazon
a great price for this very unusual camera, only £1 more than the cheapest ever price. you can view the images on the 3D screen same type as a 3DS or view them on a 3D TV.
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#1
wow...ive just watched the videos about this product and it looks great ! but after reading the 1 star reviews i do not think i will be purchasing

Edited By: biggoldring on Jul 27, 2014 11:32: updated
1 Like #2
Dide, there are 65 reviews that all gi e this camera 5 stars!
#3
Its a gimmick and I returned mine its about 2 years out of date and the images are awfully poor
#4
U got one last year, issue i have is viewing pics, can only be done via camera.
Try'd sending from laptop to tv or usb stick into tv.
Any help out there
#5
I have a 3D monitor and 3D television and they can be viewed just fine.
#6
I have one and as long as you're aware of its limitations, it's very good at what it does.

Image quality is a bit below a decent compact single image camera and particularly in low light conditions, but outside in daylight the quality is very reasonable. In any case you need to carefully frame shots for the 3D to be effective and you quickly develop a knack for this, but in most cases you wont have enough room indoors to frame for effective 3D anyway.

The most frustrating thing for me is that you cannot give it to passers by to take photos of you as they will put their fingers in front of one or both of the lenses as they are right where you put your fingers on a 'normal' camera. You'll tell them to look our for that and they'll say "yeah OK I understand". Then they'll do it anyway.

For anyone who does buy, the battery is the same as Kodak KLIC 7004 and Pentax DLI68 so they are used in loads of other cameras and available for peanuts. My Fuji XF1 uses the same battery and so does my old Kodak Playsport ZX3, so all my batteries are universal, which is very convenient.
1 Like #7
I have 3d tv and view pics ok via camera and mini hdmi but how do you view them without the camera ie once your card is full of pics you need a new card, have you got another way to store and view witout camera as I've try's all sorts
#8
Great camera for the price - I bought mine from a deal listed in here - the only problem I have is I have misplaced the charger!
I like the option to take 2 pictures at once 1 zoomed in and one wide field, perfect for sports day!
1 Like #9
siddy - for my LG I can simply plug the SD card into a USB reader and plug it into the USB port and view them that way (of course same thing to transfer them over to a USB drive). I use Picasa when displaying from the PC (if you don't have a 3D TV they will display only one field)
#10
Not used sd in a usb stick but will try it, done copy onto a usb drive didn't work. Latest Sony tv's I've try'd
You say Picasa from laptop, is this via hdmi? or direct tv (sony prog but works on other tvs) or do you have a 3d laptop card?
Couldn't remember how I sent files on to ps3 over network to try that way
#11
Siddy
U got one last year, issue i have is viewing pics, can only be done via camera.
Try'd sending from laptop to tv or usb stick into tv.
Any help out there
use a hdmi lead
#12
Hi siddy - I just use a "standard" HDMI lead (I have used one from a pound shop), I must dig out the charger!
#13
We have one, and often print out 3d pictures for use with those cardboard 3d glasses. You can also convert your pictures into those little animated 3D gifs using either Photoshop or free software (I used StereoPhoto Maker and PhotoScape). Bit gimmicky, but good fun.
#14
Is this better than sony 3d bloggie?

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