The latest crop of photo scanners from Fujitsu, Olympus, and Olympus include a number of high-resolution digital photo and video cameras.
Some of these cameras are capable of scanning and storing JPEG files, while others can do both.
These cameras are the subject of a recent article in Computerworld magazine.
This article has been updated to include comments from Fujits representatives.
Fujitsu’s Photon 7X has been rated as the top digital photo scanner by the Imaging Technology Association, a trade group representing manufacturers and camera manufacturers.
The article mentions a number more scanner features, including an automatic low-light mode and a full manual mode.
While the article does not mention the scanner’s optical image stabilization (OIS), the camera’s high-speed read-out of sensor information makes the scanner appear to be capable of handling high-res scans.
The Photon scans and stores images in JPEG format.
The reader can click through the images to view them in full resolution.
The scanner has a resolution of 8.5 megapixels and can scan images at resolutions of up to 1,800 pixels per inch (ppi).
Fujitsu is the only manufacturer that currently has an optical image stabilizer, although it does not offer the scanner with an OIS.
Fujits has been offering its scanner in several variants since 2008.
It offers a variety of models, ranging from a compact 5″ X 7″ X 3″ (7,200 x 6,000 pixels) to a 10″ X 12″ X 2.7″ (16,600 x 10,400 pixels) model.
The 7X is the same scanner that was used by the Canon EOS-1D X DSLR Camera, which was discontinued in 2009.
Fujis 8X series of digital photo scanners have been available in both black and white.
The Canon Epson 8X-T8 is the best-selling digital photo camera in the world, selling more than 10 million copies worldwide since its introduction in 2005.
The Fujitsu Photon 8X has a 6-megapixel CMOS sensor, but the camera supports the full range of color sensors, including the RGB and CMYK sensors.
It also supports the standard Epson Color Meter format, which can detect colors ranging from green to cyan.
Fujus optical image processing includes an automatic mode, as well as an optional low-motion mode that uses a timer and a timer-based auto mode to provide a slow-motion preview of the image.
The 8X also supports image stabilization.
The Image Stabilizer (IS) feature enables the image scanner to maintain a steady frame of reference when the scanner is scanning.
The IS has a maximum resolution of 640 x 480 pixels and can support a 16:9 aspect ratio.
Fujit’s camera has a variety other features, such as an automatic flash control (ASC) feature, a manual ISO mode, and a continuous view mode.
A digital camera that supports the ISO modes, as opposed to those for standard E-mount and E-Luxmount cameras, is the Canon EF 70-300mm f/4L USM Lens.
It is not compatible with the Fujitsu PhotoLink optical image sensors.
Fuji’s Photonic 8-S series of cameras is available in two versions: the 6″ X 6″ (6,400 x 4,600 pixels) and 7″ x 7″ (8,800 x 5,400 screens).
The 6″ and 7 inch versions are the same camera, but they offer slightly different scan resolutions.
The 5″ and 5″ x 5″ versions can scan a resolution up to 640 x 800 pixels and are compatible with standard ELP-7 (E-LP) sensors.
The new 7″ model offers an 8″ X 8″ (10,000 x 10.4 pixels) screen, while the new 7.5″ model can scan an even wider screen (12,800 × 15,400).
The Canon EF 75-300 mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM lens is the first Canon lens to support the ISO-level automatic modes of the Photonic 6″ x 6″ or 7″ models.
This lens is capable of ISO 200 and is rated at 100,000 full-stop, while its higher-resolution counterpart is rated for ISO 200,000.
Fujii has several camera models that are capable a low-resolution JPEG sensor and optical image sensor, and some of these models can also read and display JPEG files.
The Nikon D800 is the latest model to support ISO-range ISO 3200 (ISO 6400), which is higher than ISO 1600.
The Sony A6000 has an ISO 3100 range of ISO 3160 (ISO 4400), ISO 6400, ISO 6450, and ISO 6470.
Fujius has also released a range of digital video cameras that are able to read and output JPEG files at the same resolution as the scanner.
The Panasonic GH3 is the world’s fastest digital video camera, capable of capturing