Fujifilm will manufacture the data cartridge for Oracle's newest enterprise tape drive, the StorageTek T10000C. The StorageTek T10000C data cartridge is manufactured using Fujifilm's Barium-Ferrite (BaFe) particle and has a native storage capacity of 5.0TB. The cartridge supports a native transfer speed of 240MB per second. This is a capacity increase of five times the current 1.0TB StorageTek T10000B drive.
Despite its price point, it’s probably one of the most well-priced units in the range. The use cases for the camera are always welcome and there’s always a party or two to attend where it will be appreciated, provided you’re willing to spare some film.
The Fujifilm Instax Mini 11 is an inexpensive instant-photo option for any enthusiast.
The Verge: Fujifilm is getting into surveillance cameras with the SX800, a long-range surveillance camera with a 40x optical zoom that’s designed to offer security at international borders and large commercial facilities. It’s got a built-in lens with a 35mm-equivalent focal length of 20mm to 800mm, and an additional digital zoom of 1.25x. Combined, Fujifilm says this gives the SX800 a total equivalent focal length of 1000mm, which is enough to focus on a car’s license plate from 1km or roughly 0.6 miles away.