Fujifilm HDP-L1--A 3D memory card
Back in 2008, Japan's Fujifilm announced the FinePix REAL 3D W1, dubbed the "world's first" digital camera that let users shoot both pictures and movies in 3D. Released last year, the Real 3D W1 is now available internationally.
This week, Fujifilm has announced some added functionality to the camera with the launch of the HDP-L1, an "HD memory card player" that plugs into a 3D TV via HDMI enabling viewing of 3D pictures and movies from the W1 directly on the TV screen. The media transfer is as simple as swapping an SD or SDHC card from the 3D W1 to the HDP-L1. According to the company, the device can also be connected to a Windows PC or Mac using a USB 2.0 connection.
On sale in Japan this coming April 27, the HDP-L1 will be priced at $45. There is no word on international availability quite yet.
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Posted by Justin Davey at April 26, 2010 7:05 PM