Our lenses are everywhere: in cameras, mobile phones, binoculars and medical devices.
Based on decades of innovation, our lenses incorporate advanced grinding and coating technologies that improve picture quality in photos, movies and TV.
Fujinon lenses orbited the moon for a year on board Japan's Selene satellite, launched in September 2007. These special lenses delivered high-definition images to help scientists understand the moon's origin and evolution. Designed to withstand harsh space travel, Fujinon satellite lenses have also been used in many of Japan's earth-observation satellites.
Fujifilm is a major manufacturer of the camera modules that have become an essential feature of mobile phones. With growing worldwide popularity and rising expectations for mobile phone camera performance, Fujifilm has gained a large share of the high-megapixel market.
Many movies and TV shows are shot with Fujinon lenses. Our TV camera lens market share exceeds 50%. Fujinon surveillance camera lenses help provide security in public areas such as airports and harbors. Look around and you'll discover Fujinon lenses in vast variety of applications: DVD player pickups, transnasal endoscopes, image scanners, binoculars and more. From outer space to internal medicine, our lenses bring the details into focus.