R & D Activities in Electronic Imaging at FujiFilm
The features and functions of the electronic imaging system are complementary to, or even compatible with, those of the conventional photographic system. The former offers us the capabilities of instantaneous transmission and display of captured images, electronic manipulation in terms of color, tone, brightness, and sharpness of the stored images, and easy and inexpensive storage of the image signals.
Practical applications with hand-held electronic still cameras, such as Fuji's DS-200F, include urgent news-gathering, insurance adjusting of automobile accidents, field inspections of diverse facilities by the central control office, or field recording of business-related pictures. The same camera can be used for efficient recording and diagnosis at dentists' and ophthalmologists' offices.
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