Technologies

Handling of images / information

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Capturing of images

[photo]Technologies03 Handling of images / information

LASEREO

Endoscope system with in-built laser light sources
that enhance visibility of lesion

Application of laser control technology cultivated over the years by Fujifilm gives the user free control of two types of lasers depending on the purpose of the observation. When combined with our image processing technology, the LASEREO system enhances the visibility of lesions caused by diseases such as cancer.

High-precision Forming Technology / Imaging technology / System Design / Imaging / Optics

Two lasers with different wavelengths

LASEREO uses long life laser and phosphor as light sources for improved efficiency over conventional light sources such as halogen or xenon lamps, and consumes less electricity, one-thirtieth of xenon lamps, leading to significant energy savings.

X-Series Digital Cameras

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 III sensor with the image processing engine X Processor Pro. The result is beautiful resolving power with a high level of sharpness from the center of the image to the periphery.

Imaging Technology / System Design / Imaging / Optics

X-Trans CMOS Sensor

With Fujifilm’s original color filter array arrangement, the sensor reduces moire and false color, eliminating the optical low-pass filter. It maximizes the potential of the lens to produce superior resolution images.

FDR D-EVO

X-ray imaging diagnostic system features high
image quality and low radiation exposure based on
Fujifilm’s noise reduction circuit and image
processing software

Capable of capturing images at low levels of irradiation by applying Fujifilm’s noise reduction circuit. Radiation exposure is further reduced by the application of our Virtual Grid image processing software, which can enhance image contrast and granularity without using a metallic grid.

Imaging Technology / System Design / Materials Chemistry / Imaging

ISS method flat panel
detector

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.