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by Reuben Lee
YOKOHAMA, Japan--Like the FinePix Real 3D W1 shooter, this camera comes with two lenses and captures two images at the same time to create a 3D image. The key difference between the two is that the Holga 120-3D Stereo camera captures the images on a 120mm slide film; the Fujifilm offering is digital. To look at the images in 3D, users will have to see them through a special slide viewer. Photos can be developed with the film, though each print will have the same image printed twice, side-by-side. The Holga 120-3D Stereo camera is on sale now for under US$100.
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