Fujifilm-3D-W3-camera (Got it on 20110209 and mostly satisfied)

BEST-OF !

Use of prisms for close-up / macros, DIY named W3BPS

DIY Wide angle

Visible vs NIR (here in 3D)

Quality improvement ...

Also interested in infrared 3D or mixed NIR-GB pictures ? click here

Hint : click on images to see if a larger version is available...

Below is an illustration (X vision) of the closest distance (40cm in Macro, full zoom mode, flash)
I have been able to take a picture of a small and tall object in instant 3D...

Below are 2 small flowers and a cristal test images pushing the envelope with the Fuji W3 in single shot 3D macro mode. The choice was manual exposure, macro mode, full zoom.
The distance was as short as possible to obtain good focus. Normally I would have done this in 2 steps (chacha) but it is a test in case another time a moving insect would be on the flower...
You have to be careful when framing because the 2 eyes of the W3 don't see the same field. But here I am just interested in the flower above the 2 white dots.


Easy adjustment in SPM as far as possible (then crop around and again easy adjustment) will permit to have the L&R images of the flower at the good place.

If we go chacha on a tripod, we can get closer to the subject and increase resolution on details as here (click for Full HD size) :
Note : cristal is altogether 25mm wide and distance from W3 is 25cm, base ~1cm.

 

Below is one of the frames of a short movie of a duck splashing into the river.
AVI is slow motion (1 fps which is 4% of real speed) to enjoy the otherwise much to fast moves !
2.5Mb Divx AVI is in full HD, // view. Sorry, it cannot be viewed (at least nicely) directly with a left click. Right click on picture and save link as ... on your computer. Then you can open it into Windows Movie Player eg.
StereoscopicPlayer or StereoMoviePlayer and choose your usual stereo viewing options...
Caution : A fast computer is needed to see full HD movies in nominal conditions !

Below is one of the frames of a short movie of a small cascade on the Yvette.
5.5 Mb Divx AVI is in full HD, native 25fps, crossed eye view. Sorry, it cannot be viewed (at least nicely) directly with a left click. Right click on picture and save link as ... on your computer. Then you can open it into
Windows Movie Player eg. or in StereoscopicPlayer or StereoMoviePlayer and choose your usual stereo viewing options...

Caution : A fast computer is needed to see full HD movies in nominal conditions !

Below is one of the frames of a short movie of a a Gallinula couple on the Yvette.
44 Mb XVID AVI is in original 2x 1280 wide W3 format, crossed eye view. Sorry, it cannot be viewed (at least nicely) directly with a left click. Right click on picture and save link as ... on your computer. Then you can open it into
StereoscopicPlayer (or Windows Movie Player or StereoMoviePlayer) and choose your usual stereo viewing options...

Also a few seconds are on Youtube 3D :
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eCU1DOR-WQY

Caution : A fast computer is needed to see full HD movies in nominal conditions !

At my local small lake, one of the unexpected Canada Gooses
Fuji W3, auto mode (1/160 FD4 Zoom 1.1 (first zoom step, F=7mm, giving something about equivalent to a 6.7cm base)

click here to see a small movie of ducks and the goose (divx) ... Sorry, it cannot be viewed (at least nicely) directly with a left click. Right click on picture and save link as ... on your computer. Then you can open it into
Windows Movie Player eg. or in StereoscopicPlayer or StereoMoviePlayer and choose your usual stereo viewing options...

The Madeleine Castle in Chevreuse, France (78) (// & interlaced view. Click on picture only for full size crossed-eye view - 9Mb)

Quality tests : Link to a MPO original image (Resolution test) and a .PNG (Dongeon*)
*4:3 large (10mpix, 3648x2736) quality Fine. Manual exposure, ISO 100, 1/200s, F/D 8, F= 6.3mm
Original compression = 6

Pop out on a small object (10x10 cm) in different stereo modes (Ana. // | Interlaced, X). Macro + flash.

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Note : Interlaced image must be copied into a stereo software (SPM or Stereoscopic Player) to be seen correctly on a Zalman !

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