Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 2.19MB
Operating System: Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 98
Latest Version / Release Date: 4.2 / 24 Jan 2004
The Finepix Digital Camera is a series camera models from Fujitsu. The Finepix’s series newest, most advanced and award winning of all is the Finepix 3D camera device. It is the first camera which can capture 3D photos with no special glasses needed. Pictures can now be saved or be seen in an incredible 3D image. The camera contains two lenses as well as two CCD sensors. The camera utilizes a high precision lens control system. Two images are captured in both the right and left lenses in one taking. The most notable function of this device is that it is capable of merging two images in order to generate an impressive 3D image. Users can also freely view 3D captured images on the back of the large 2.8 inch LCD, even if they are not using any special 3D glasses.
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The FinePix Digital Camera is pioneered by a Japanese company established in Minato, Tokyo known as Fujitsu. Since then, they have been focused on designing and manufacturing personal computers, supercomputers, servers, semiconductors, and telecommunications. It was June 20, 1935 when Fuji Seizo, a spinoff company of the Fuji Electric, cooperated with Furukawa Electric company as well as a German based Siemens company. It was known the Fujitsu first launched the very first computer in Japan. Later that year, Fujitsu made another variant that was targeted for video game and multimedia purposes. The company then expanded its products to monitors. Consequently, a 21 inch color display monitor was released. Fujitsu incorporated the machine with plasma technology. They also develop video consoles by utilizing a newer machine known as the FM Towns Marty. It was in the year 1999 when Fujitsu and Siemens merged and became a top computer hardware supplier in Europe. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and FinePix Digital Camera errors before installing any driver updates.