Digital still cameras which can capture a variety of scenes, taking full advantage of high resolution offered by the lenses
Lens resolution has been optimized by combining the newly developed X-Trans CMOS II sensor with the image processing engine EXR Processor II. The result is beautiful resolving power with a high level of sharpness from the center of the image to the periphery.
With Fujifilm’s original color filter array arrangement, the sensor reduces moire and false color, eliminating the need for the conventionally-used optical low-pass filter. It maximizes the potential of the lens to produce superior resolution images.
First in the world to use a laser light source, this endoscope system offers increased lesion visibility
Utilizing laser technology developed by Fujifilm over many years, two types of lasers can be freely controlled. In combination with our exclusive image processing technology, it is possible to perform observations in which the distinctive changes caused by cancer are emphasized.
LASEREO is equipped with two lasers having different wavelengths: white light mode laser and BLI mode laser. The white mode laser excites phosphors to create white light illumination suitable for normal observation, reproducing natural color images on the monitor. The short-wavelength BLI mode laser displays sharp images by emphasizing the contrast of microvessels and slight unevenness on the mucosal surface.
This X-ray image diagnosis system combines overwhelmingly high image quality with a large reduction in radiation exposure
The large radiation-exposure reduction was achieved by bringing together our original read system with phosphors capable of high-sensitivity radiation detection. Keeping installation costs to a minimum, this unit increases patient safety and improves the quality of medical care provided in a wide range of hospitals.
The indirect-conversion-system flat panel detector uses the ISS (Irradiation Side Sampling) method, an original concept in which a light sensor (TFT) is bonded to the X-ray radiation side. The result is an approximately 30% drop in radiation exposure (as compared to our company’s conventional CR) while maintaining the same level of image quality.