We strive to push the boundaries of innovation to help make the world a better, healthier, and more interesting place.
We're still using data tapes similar to this, today! Did you know Fujifilm were responsible for making it possible to store multiple terabytes of data for the first time? In 2006, IBM researchers used advanced Fujifilm barium ferrite technology to store the equivalent of text from 8 million books in a cartridge half the size of a VHS!
Since 1987, our large binocular telescopes have discovered 15 comets, including Comet Hyakutake, pictured here. Making the most of advanced lens grinding and lens coating technology, even distant and remote comets are vividly captured.
On the left, check out the SUPER FUJICA SIX, first launched in 1955. In contrast to similar cameras of the time, which tended to be boxy, this model had a round design that was new and unique at the time. It is a 6x6 medium format folding camera, with semi-automatic film loading and built-in double exposure prevention mechanism.
We are experts in chemistry, and did you know we are applying Fujifilm technology and manufacturing expertise to launch new, cost-effective, medicines?
Learn more about how we are working to launch our first biosimilar medicine in Europe: https://www.biopharma-reporter.com/Article/2018/07/31/Fujifilm-predicts-Hulio-to-be-amongst-first-wave-of-Humira-biosimilars
From capturing moments and motion on digital or on film, we continue to evolve and adapt into a company with products and technologies that you use every day. Even without knowing it. Here we are sharing that story.