The Quality of FUJINON Lenses is Recognized Around the World
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has awarded us the Emmy Award, the so-called Academy Award for television, three times in the past.
We received the award for the third time for the highly rated Precision Focus technology, the first auto-focus system for broadcasting lenses developed in collaboration with NHK.
Since developing the world's first lens for hi-vision broadcasting in 1979, FUJINON has been rated highly for many years of progress in “developing high-performance lenses adapted to hi-vision.”
The first time we won the award for “development of a TV lens adapted to CCD” which had been highly acclaimed. The award was given in recognition of our integrated technological capability from development to manufacture of high-quality broadcast TV lenses, and for our contribution to the industry.
The Deming Prize is one of the most prestigious awards for quality management in Japan, and as a manufacturer of optical instruments, this marked the first time for FUJINON Corporation to win the award.
Camera Journal Press Club Special Award
Motion Picture and Television Engineering Society of Japan Award
Yoshinori Koyama, an experienced technician (lens processing) won the award for Contemporary Master Craftsman.
Hi-Vision Promotion Association, Chairman's Award
FY1998 Motion Picture and Television Engineering Society of Japan Award
The Japanese Society for Quality Control, Quality and Technology Award
The Society of Operating Cameramen (US), Technology Award
SATIS New Technology Award
From 8.9mm wide angle to 900mm telephoto in a mere 0.6 seconds. The world's top 101x zoom captures the facial expressions that show the intensity of athletes.
Best in the world for wide angle of views exceeding 90°, thoroughly capturing narrow indoor spaces as well as endlessly unfolding landscapes with a wide-end focal length of 4.5mm.
The optical color separation system breaks down images captured by TV lenses into the three primary colors of light, RGB. We are proud to be among the best in the world with reliable technology that supports color broadcasts.
Our plastic aspheric molded lenses boast the best numbers in the world for monthly production output. They are mounted on familiar products such as CDs and DVDs or disposable cameras.
Optical pickup is a key component of CDs and DVDs. The FUJINON Group is proud to be the world's leading manufacturer of optical components, such as objective lenses and mirrors for use with CDs and DVDs.
FUJINON lenses have the leading market share for mobile phones equipped with megapixel CCD cameras, depicting clear, high-quality images down to every corner of the screen.
The FUJINON laser interferometers facilitate ultra-precise measurements for lenses, metals or ceramics. We are proud of our No. 1 market share with the de-facto standard for measuring shapes on lens surfaces.
Digital films are shot with hi-vision camera systems. With a world-class performance, the technology of the FUJINON HD cinema lens has supported world-famous films including Star Wars Episode III.
Our proprietary auto focus system was developed for the world's first broadcasts using hi-vision lenses. The system support sports broadcasts including soccer and baseball.
The large binoculars with an aperture of 15cm are an original product only from FUJINON. In addition to surveillance applications, it is also widely used for astronomical observation and comet-spotting including the Hyakutake Comet.
Stabilized binoculars control jittery images. The original FUJINON technology adopts advanced gyro-control rather than the typical hand tremor compensation. Brought into action for use on helicopters or yachts.
For surfaces with a diameter of 30cm. The FUJINON Large Surface Interferometry System is the first in the world to attain nanometer measurements of surface shapes. The system was developed by mobilizing the essence of technology.
DESPI is the first system in the world to realize ultra-precise shape measurements in a dynamic state. The sophisticated technology is the fruit of research collaboration between industry, academia and government.
The GX645AF was developed in collaboration with the world-renowned Hasselblad camera manufacturer. It is the medium format auto focus SLR camera in the world.