I've read reviews about the Fuji Finepix 3D W1 varying from 'too heavy', 'too expensive' or 'too impractical' with others describing it as the 'technical innovation of 2009'!! As a 'firstuser' I'm not disappointed.... it does exactly what it says on the box.... 3D photos and 3D video loops, on the camera screen and without red/green glasses. It takes 10MP pictures and works with SDHC cards. There's real depth to the picture on the LCD screen... and the effect is just as good with the 3D video loops. Your eyes need to 'tune in' and there are some parallax errors with items very near or very far away in the shot... but the depth is amazing. Clear and sharp... you feel you could reach inside the camera!!
It takes 2D image versions at the same time for 'standard' prints and use on your PC. If you want 3D prints, they have to be sent to Fuji who print them on 'lenticular paper' (there's one in the box with the camera... personally, I wouldn't bother, they're nowhere near as good as the image on the screen itself). The 3D pictures and loops can only be viewed on the LCD screen on the camera or on the 8 inch V1 photoframe (available separately). You can't view the images or loops in 3D on your PC (the effect is achieved using a combination of the two lenses and the special LCD screen itself).
This is definitely innovative, but like all new innovations it's not cheap... If you want a 10MP digital camera which does high quality 2D images and video loops, you can certainly get one for a lot less (£200-300) - there are plenty on the market. The premium is for the 3D feature..... if you want it for that, you won't be disappointed.