Fujifilm introduces world’s first 3D camera

Fujifilm India has declared the launch of world’s first 3D digital imaging system. The new device helps user to click and view 3D images with the naked eye. The company has launched nine digital cameras models in the Indian market, which includes 3D as well as slim cameras.

The new 3D system is powered with an 8 inch wide screen on which 3D image can be displayed, a 3D print, which helps to print 3D images. Further, it has FinePix REAL 3D W1 and the 3D camera.

During the launch of new 3D device, Kenichi Tanka, MD of Fujifilm India said, “Fujifilm has launched new imaging technology — 'FinePix Real 3D system'. It is the world's first 3D digital imaging system that lets the user enjoy 3D images and movies without wearing special 3D glasses. In accordance with our strategy to become one of the top digital camera brands in India and acquire
15 per cent market share in three years, we shall continue to introduce digital camera models.”

The new 3D device also has double lenses, dual sensor technology and is powered with a processor, which is capable of blending two separate images to create a single image, a 3D effect. The company has launched the new 3D camera with the price tag of Rs 39,999.