The DS-7 was a Fuji digital camera from the dawn of the digital camera era, circa 1996 (although it was not so early as to cary the branding Fujix). In some regions Fuji branded it with the "Clip-It" name. The camera was also sold possibly more widely as Apple's QuickTake 200.
Resolution is 640 x 480 pixels in standard mode (0.3 megapixels) and images are saved to SmartMedia cards (5-volt type) which are nearly unobtainable today. The f/2.2 lens does not zoom, but has a three-position focus control—including a macro setting, for subjects 3.5 to 5.1 inches (9 to 13 cm) away. There is also a manual option to change the lens aperture to f/8.0 when brighter scenes would exceed the autoexposure limits when using f/2.2.