Energy-saving and eco-compatible technologies that are applied to design hardware, such as digital cameras and medical equipment.
The Fujifilm J Press 720 has set the bar for high-quality, short-run printing. Employing Fujifilm core technologies, the J Press 720, including Dimatix drop-on-demand inkjet print heads, is the industry’s first half-size, sheet-fed inkjet press that delivers a cost-effective, green solution with unrivaled printing quality.
In 1988, Fujifilm created the world's first digital camera to capture and record images on removable media. In 2009, it made the world's first 3D digital camera; and in 2011, Fujifilm redefined the high end compact digital camera with the world's first hybrid viewfinder, a FUJINON lens, and a large APS CMOS sensor for unsurpassed image quality.
Fujifilm's cutting edge technology, Double Balloon Endoscopy®, revolutionized endoscopic treatment of the small bowel, while our HD platform is designed to ensure the highest level of diagnostic and therapeutic results. These technologies enhance the practice of endoscopy for healthcare professionals and the patients they treat.
Fujifilm’s innovative NANOCUBIC coating technology with Barium-Ferrite particles has resulted in breakthrough data storage capabilities of up to 35.0 Terabytes on a single tape cartridge – that’s the equivalent of text from 35 million books requiring 248 miles of bookshelves.
Today, you see printed images on almost any surface, from the foods you eat to ceramics, paper, and wood. Fujifilm’s nano particle fluids for high performance printing and micro precision inkjet print heads help to make this possible.
Fujifilm is a recognized leader in world class manufacturing. Across North America, Fujifilm facilities produce a broad range of products from photographic and graphic arts products and chemicals, to the newly acquired biopharmaceutical manufacturing facility whose expertise provides pharmaceutical companies with a faster way to bring their products to market.
When Fujifilm invented Digital x-ray, it not only gave physicians access to view exceptional images, anytime, anywhere, it also created the foundation for advanced 3D imaging applications and lower radiation dose.