FUJIFILM to introduce Next-Gen 3D Digital Camera and 3D Print System

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FUJIFILM India is all set to introduce its new FinePix REAL 3D W3 camera and 3D printer in the market. The company had showcased both its products at the recently concluded Photofair 2011.

FUJIFILM will now bring to its esteemed customers a never-before experience of 3D photography via FinePix REAL 3D W3. This smaller, lighter, improved and superb HD camera is fully compatible with ALL 3DTVs and is the perfect link-purchase for consumers wanting to generate their own 3D content. With FinePix REAL 3D W3, one can capture one’s special memories in 3D and later play them back on one’s huge 3D TV screen in all their glory.

“We are very excited to launch new 3D products. These are one-of-a-kind and value for money products assuring supreme quality. It is my belief that REAL 3D W3 will add an all-new dimension to the world of photography. With its state-of-the-art features such as capacity to shoot high-definition 3D movies, I am sure that this camera will be an instant hit among our customers,”said A. Rajkumar, Country General Manager (DSC), FUJIFILM India.

 

This smaller, lighter, improved and superb HD camera is fully compatible with ALL 3DTVs and is the perfect link-purchase for consumers wanting to generate their own 3D content. With FinePix REAL 3D W3, one can capture one’s special memories in 3D and later play them back on one’s huge 3D TV screen in all their glory.

Besides, the company will also present FUJIFILM 3D PRINT SYSTEM – a printer that enables direct printing of high quality 3D images on lenticular sheets. The compact 3D Print System is a novel device for on-site print services and is ideal for event photographers, tourist attractions and theme parks. Thanks to the small footprint of the system – at 450(W) x 430(D) x 900(H) mm -,  the offering of 3D prints can be established easily without the need for much space.

 

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This video shows 5 quick and easy steps that you can take to speed up your WordPress site.

Page speed (load time) has been a ranking factor considered by Google since 2010: http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.com/2010/04/using-site-speed-in-web-search-ranking.html

While there is conflicting opinions regarding how much of a ranking factor page speed really is, one thing that all can agree on is that a fast loading page means a happier visitor. Happier visitors tend to stay on the site longer (high Time On Site).

On the other hand, a slow loading page annoys most people. That’s when they hit the “back” button (considered a bounce) and find another site.

And since we know that Bounce Rate and Time On Site are considered important for SEO ranking, then it stands to reason, in my opinion, that page speed IS a ranking factor.

One of the common problems for a lot of WordPress sites are that the themes don’t always load fast. Add to that the number and type of plugins and you can wind up with some really slow load times.

After testing many caching plugins and various page speed tweaks, I have boiled down a simple and quick way to speed load times considerably with about 5 minutes of work:

5 Steps For Improving Page Speed

1. Test Site Using GTMetrix.com
2. Optimize Images
3. Install W3 Total Cache
a. Enable Caching
b. Browser
4. Page
5. Optimize Database
a. Install GD Press Tools Plugin

Re-test with GTMetrix and you should have seen notable improvement. If more is still needed at this point, you can add a CDN (Content Delivery Network). I will be producing another training video about how to set a CDN up using Amazon CloudFront in my next installment.

For a complete tutorial about setting up a CDN, watch this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uyVCW5EJqNU

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9 COMMENTS

  1. Hey Bradley Benner Great vids! Thanks. Can't find the GD Press Tool plugin anywhere. Discontinued? What alternative do you recommend now? Thanks in advance for your time and info. Cheers! Mark

  2. Hi Bradley, excellent tutorial! I just have one issue after everything was successfully done without hiccups when I viewed my site it was broken since none of the .css images etc cannot be accessed. I got an

    This XML file does not appear to have any style information associated with it. The document tree is shown below.
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    <Message>Access Denied</Message>
    <RequestId>FD907A0B3903B228</RequestId>
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    Which I believe you need to select a S3 Bucket Policy and configure to be able to access the bucket. Any suggestions?

  3. At 8:02, "If you're using your feed to send your ….which you should be"? My ears can't make our what you're saying. Can you please clarify? Thanks 🙂

  4. Wow Nice video You do a great job with these videos – and also comment throughout about the problems you can sometimes encounter when you have followed the manual and all does not work as planned. Thanks

  5. Wow definitely liking this video. My new site is mainly images and the speed was killing me. I was testing different cache plugins, but using your settings was the key. Took my page from almost fails to A's. All other testing sites also gave good grades. Only thing that increased a tiny bit from what I had was the first byte time. Not by much and kind of weird it did, but not too big of a deal. Thanks a lot for this video it helped me a lot.

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