From tiny lens units in mobile phones to intricate lens mechanisms mounted on satellites, Fujifilm optical technology shows the way.
Fujifilm's lenses play key roles in a wide variety of settings, such as TV studios, medical imaging and, of course, the popular digital cameras that people use every day. Building on long experience, our optical innovations keep bringing the world sophisticated new products incorporating advanced lens grinding and coating expertise.
Fujifilm's optical technology created the lenses used aboard the lunar-orbit satellite Selene, which took high-definition stereoscopic images of the moon's surface.
Our ruggedly constructed lenses have also ridden into orbit on many of Japan's earth-observation satellites.
TV stations around the globe look to Fujifilm for reliable performance and innovation. Our share of the broadcast TV camera lens market is more than 50%.
In 2009 the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences presented an Engineering Emmy Award for the Fujinon Precision Focus Assist System, co-developed with NHK* for high-definition imaging. Fujifilm also received Emmy Awards in 1996 and 2005.
Did you know that Fujifilm makes many of the camera modules used in mobile phones? We have a particularly large share of the high-megapixel market.
Advanced optical technology developed by Fujifilm makes it possible to fit precision cameras inside mobile phones.