Fujifilm built the first fully digital still camera in 1988. Now it's got another first: a 3-D digital camera. The 10-megapixel FinePix Real 3D W1 has two lenses, set about the same distance apart as your eyes. When you take a picture, it combines the two images into a single 3-D image. You can view photos in 3-D on a screen on the back of the camera; otherwise, you'll need a special digital photo frame. This is a niche product, to be sure, but the technology's still pretty nifty. Price: $600.