Being able to add HD 3D video to a $500 camera is a win for Fujifilm. When you consider that there's hardly any 3D content for early adopters to watch on their new 3D-capable TVs, it puts them in a good position. You'll need a 3DTV if you actually want to watch the footage, because trying to watch it on the back of the camera is slightly less than satisfying. But, once you put on the glasses and watch your stuff on the big screen (via the camera's Mini HDMI port), it actually looks quite good. Again, the more separation between camera, subject and background, the happier you'll be with the outcome.