Digital photo frames are a dime a dozen nowadays, and recently, 3D models have been popping up, too. Fujifilm today announced the FinePix REAL 3D V3, a so-called “digital viewer” that displays pictures in 3D and doesn’t require users to wear glasses.
The company says its new device is the first in the world to support 3D movie and picture playback and compatibility to other 3D devices via the HDMI interface (camcorders, consoles, 3D Blu-ray players, etc.).
Here are the key features of the FinePix REAL 3D V3:
- 7.2-inch naked-eye 3D LCD with 1,600×600 max. resolution (needless to say, 2D display is possible, too)
- LED backlight
- 720p HD movie support
- stereo speakers
- 512MB internal memory
- SD/SDHC card slot, mini USB port
- remote control
In Japan, Fujifilm is planning to sell the device from November 12 for US$640 (no word in the English press release about international sales plans).