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Fujifilm HDP-L1, para ver fotos en 3D en el salón

Txema Marín
April 22, 2010
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La primera cámara en 3D de la que hablábamos, en 2009, fue la Fujifilm FinePix Real 3D, que utiliza dos lentes especiales para capturar imágenes en 3D. El nuevo Fujifilm HDP-L11 es un lector de tarjetas capaz de mostrar imágenes 3D tomadas desde la cámara en cualquier HDTV 3D de los que están proliferando últimamente. Se permite al usuario ver en 3D y 2D de vídeo en la pantalla del salón conectándolo mediante HDMI, y soporta una resolución de 720p. El Fujifilm HDP-L11 se lanzará el 27 de abril en Japón por 4.000 yenes (32 euros).

[Vía Akihabara]




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