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Fuji announces a 3D Photo Printer for the UK

As the owner of a Fuji W1 camera I certainly think this is good news. However, I worry that lenticulars made from less than 4 images are likely to suffer from quality issues, even using quality dye-sub printing technology.

"These new 3D print varieties are well suited to on-site print services, at venues such as theme parks, tourist attractions and cruise ships."

This also does not seem to be a product pitched for the home user. Unless, of course, your home (like mine) is a theme park located on a cruise ship.

For the complete press release, go here.


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