Actor Rupert Grint Reviews 3D Camera

Famed for his role as Harry Potter’s best pal Ron Weasley, actor Rupert Grint says he’s a bit of a tech geek and jumped at the opportunity to review the Fujifilm W1 3D.

Grint says he was fairly impressed with the camera:

…[S]witching over to the 3D mode opens up a whole new world. Shooting 3D video was the most impressive aspect of it; this really showed off what the camera is capable of. You are free to move with the camera and try more ambitious shots. I experimented, trying to capture objects moving towards you, and seemingly coming at you out of the screen when played back. I was impressed; it worked surprisingly well.

However, Grint concludes that the 3D camera is not without “a few other downsides”.

You can read the rest of Grint’s review at the UK’s Daily Mail site.

  • Vera Marks

    3D can shove it. I can't even go see the hit new blockbuster movies anymore because they're all in 3D and it makes me sick, like spew chunks on the floor sick. It's not really 3D, it's an illusion, and it will always suck. Part of the art of Photography is it's flat nature. Photography, unlike film isn't about creating an immerse “you're in the action” experience. It's art you experience outside of.