One of the central themes of IFA 2009 was the arrival of 3D televisions, launched by many manufacturers. Fujifilm put its own spin on things, however, by building a 3D camera.
It's got two 10-megapixel CCD sensors and can shoot JPEGS and AVIs in both 2D and 3D modes. There's ISO sensitivity ranging from 100 to 1600, and although there's a paltry amount of internal memory, it does have an SDHC card slot for expanding the storage.
It's not clear exactly when it'll appear in the UK, but estimates have placed it in the month of September. When it does land, it's expected to cost around £550.