The only change described in the release notes for the Fujifilm FinePix REAL 3D W1 firmware v2.0 is that a new image size option has been added to the FinePix Mode Menu. As shown in a PDF manual addendum on Fuji's site, the W1 now supports a 1,920 x 1,080 pixel, 16:9 aspect ratio mode. Full instructions for checking your current version and applying the firmware update if required can be found on the Fujifilm website..
First previewed as a development model at the 2008 Photokina tradeshow, the Fujifilm FinePix REAL 3D W1 was officially launched in October 2009. As compared to the development version, the Fuji FinePix W1 features a significantly restyled body. Beneath its sliding front panel lie two separate lenses , as well as a pair of microphones and a single flash strobe. Each of the Fujifilm W1's lenses has its own separate 1/2.3-inch CCD image sensor with an effective resolution of ten megapixels. In concert, the Fuji REAL 3D W1 can use its lens / sensor pairs simultaneously to capture either still images or video for 3D viewing. Fujifilm has also gifted the FinePix W1 with an unusual 230,000 dot, 2.8-inch LCD display that includes a Light Direction Control module. As the name might imply, this module lets the REAL 3D W1direct light towards the viewer's right and left eyes separately, allowing the viewer to perceive a 3D image on the LCD display without the need for any special glasses or extra hardware.
The Fujifilm W1 is priced at about US$600.