Fujifilm offers adapter for viewing Real 3D camera images on TV

Apr 22, 2010
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The first 3D camera that we have seen and talked about was the Fujifilm FinePix Real 3D camera. The camera first turned up back in July of 2009 and was pegged at a retail price of $600. The special camera uses two lenses to capture 3D images.

Fujifilm has a new adapter that is coming soon for use with the 3D camera called the HDP-L1. The adapter allows the viewing of 3D images taken from the Real 3D digital camera on your HDTV. The device sells for 4,000 yen in Japan.

The adapter also allows the user to watch 3D and 2D video on the living room screen. The adapter connects to the TV via HDMI and supports 720p resolution. The adapter will launch on April 27.


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