Fujix DS-300T (1997)
It seems that the Fujifilm Corporation released more scientific cameras then we presumed. The Fujix DS-300 was apparently such a good camera that it was not only sold to prosumers and consumers but also licensed to Pentax and sold for scientific and medical purposes. Recently my esteemed colleague Andrew discovered the extremely rare Pentax DM-1100 and we thought this is the end of it but we were way wrong. Andrew's endeavours revealed two more Fujix DS-300 variations. Until this day completely unknown to any collector and the world wide web itself!
We present the Fujix DS-300T and the Fujix DS-300TH!
Here we take a look at the Fujix DS-300T. At first glance the camera looks totally identical to the Fujix DS-300 but a swift look at the bottom label reveals it's identity as you can see in the images. Apart from that we are stepping in the dark here. We may have to take a closer look at all the camera features itself, maybe the continuous shooting modes are different or the automatic settings? Right now we do not know. The Fujix DS-300T also has a connector for an extension unit.
Special thanks to Andrew for providing information and images.
- Brand: Fujix
- Model: DS-300T
- First mentioned: 1997 (presumably)
- Marketed: yes
- MSRP: -
- Imager Type: 1.4MP 2/3" VT CCD
- Resolution: 1280x1000
- Internal Storage: -
- External Storage: PC Flash ATA cards Type I/II / SmartMedia in PC Card Adapter
- Lens: f = 9.2mm~25.8mm
- Shutter: 1/4s to 1/1,000s
- Aperture Range: F3.5, F5.6, F8, F11 (wide side F3.5 telephoto side F5.6 as an open F value)
- LCD screen size: -
- Size: 153 x 96 x 78mm
- Weight: 620 gr.
- Remarks: -