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May 252011
 

I have always LOVED 3D movies and photography. I have even been playing with a little bit with my digital camera. But all those images must be of things and not people since you have to take two pictures for every one 3D.

Well now there are not only 3D digital cameras but 3D camcorders as well. While I would love one of the higher end 3D video cameras I will settle for the less expensive one.

There are two that I am looking at…

Fujifilm FinePix Real 3D W3 Digital Camera with 3.5-Inch LCD and the Sony MHS-FS3 3D Bloggie Video Camera (Black)

But which one do I go with? The Bloggie is designed more for video but will do photos too and the Fuji FinePix is the reverse.

They both have dual CCDs so there is no loss in separating the lenses. Do I let price win this?

Fuji Film FinePix Real 3D W3 Essentials Accessory Kit

 

Jan 312009
 

Don’t know if you are aware of this or not (and it might be too late at this point, but hey you have until 6pm est to head out to a store and find yourself the glasses) there will be a 3D commercial during the game.

Yep, 3D as in jumping off the screen at you.

I love 3D. Went to see My Bloody Valentine in 3D two weeks ago with my niece and I came out of that film thinking ALL movies should be released in Real D 3D. Even the non-3D-ish (meaning stuff poking out at you) scenes just looked cool.

 So run out to the store and get your glasses. I have seen them at Target and the grocery store. But don’t just chuck them after the game, Monday’s episode of CHUCK will be in 3D as well.

According to NBCWashington.com, Some 150 million 3D glasses will be given away for Super Bowl viewers to watch a 90-second 3D sneak preview of the big-screen animated feature “Monsters vs. Aliens.” While 3D telecasts are nothing new, this marks the first time one has been done for such a large audience.