Fuji have announced the "[URL="http://www.fujifilm.com/products/3d/camera/finepix_real3dw1/"]FinePix REAL 3D W1[/URL]" camera which is able to take stereoscopic photos, which you can view on a stereo monitor or even print on lenticular paper. At 10MP, this camera will also double up as a good point-and-shoot camera in 2D mode. Thankfully, a small autostereoscopic display sits on the rear of the camera which allows you to preview your 3D photos.\n \n[QUOTE]Image data captured by the twin lens-CCD system is processed by the RP (Real Photo) Processor 3D - a newly developed processor that evaluates all photographic factors from focus and brightness to color tonality, and then merges the left and right images in a single 3D image. It is also the power behind 3D Auto - the function that makes point-and-shoot 3D photography a reality! This processor also controls the two capture systems independently to shoot two different images of the same subject simultaneously - each with different photographic settings.[/QUOTE]\n \n \nThere is some more technical information in an old Fuji Press Release [URL="http://fujifilm.co.uk/presscentre/news/index.php?id=1377"]here[/URL].\n \n[URL="http://asia.cnet.com/reviews/digitalcameras/0,39001468,44344208p,00.htm"]CNet Asia[/URL] have a preview of the camera, which gives away some more hints.