Fujifilm is a multinational corporation headquartered in Akasaka, Minato, Tokyo, Japan. Its main business is manufacturing and marketing of photographic film and compact digital cameras. Its films, such as Velvia and Superia are known for smooth grain and vibrant color rendition. The company also produces digital CCD sensors (used in its FinePix compacts), computer media storage consumables, such as CD-Rs, recordable DVDs, floppy disks and xerographic equipment (as Fuji Xerox).
For many years Fujifilm offered a DSLR system with its own sensors (based on adapted Nikon SLR bodies), but has not introduced a new model since 2006. Its current top camera (as of 2011) is the FujiFilm FinePix X100, a retro-style fixed lens compact camera with a 23 mm f/2.0 lens and DX-sized CCD sensor.
FujiFilm has subsidaries and manufacturing facilities in Asia, Europe, and USA. It is currently the world's largest photographic and imaging company.