Achievements

The history of Fujifilm is a history of valuable innovation.

instax: the instant photograph creates a new culture in the age of social media

The instant camera makes a big comeback! How Instax succeeds in the era of digital photos and social media.

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Fujifilm’s 4K lenses: changing the TV industry with amazing image quality

Fujifilm’s 4K broadcast lenses are bringing advanced image quality and functionality to the TV industry.

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From CRT to LCD—and the film that helped make it happen!

Opening the door to bigger, better LCD displays, Fujifilm wide-view film became indispensable technology.

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Imaging meets IT: SYNAPSE delivers outstanding medical connectivity

Advances in diagnostic imaging technology empower medical professionals to provide better care.

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The medical diagnostic X-ray revolution: FCR

The world’s first digital X-ray system, FCR sparked a revolution in diagnosis and healthcare delivery.

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Tape is alive and well! A uniquely powerful data storage solution for Big Data

Commercialization of barium ferrite tape is helping the world archive ever-expanding volumes of data.

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QuickSnap: film with a lens

QuickSnap, the single-use camera that allows anyone to easily take beautiful photographs launched in 1986. The product sold over 1 million units in a year and became a worldwide hit. How did this innovative camera come into being?

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A photographic film producer develops the world’s first fully digital camera

Did you know that Fujifilm developed the world’s first digital camera? In 1988 at the Photokina trade fair in Germany, Fujifilm announced the FUJIX DS-1P, the world’s first camera to save data to a semiconductor memory card.

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