Fujix DS-300

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The Fujix DS-300 is an early professional digital camera released by Fujifilm in 1997. It was also marketed at the same time by Fuji's medical equipment partner Xerox as the Xerox XD-530.

A traditional optical view finder is provided but the camera does not have a built-in LCD screen for previewing or composing images. It does contain a LCD panel on top of the camera for displaying camera settings. A analog composite video output is available on the unit and the suggested method for connecting a preview screen.

Images are captured onto ATA type I and II PC Card (PCMCIA). Compatibility may not be as good but SmartMedia and CompactFlash can also be used with the appropriate adapter. The back of the camera has a window to view the type of Fuji PC card. Images are formatted in JPEG and TIFF formats. A serial port (Mini Din9) is provided to transfer images onto a computer.


  • EU-D3: Provided continuous 3 frame mode shooting as well as SCSI (DB25) interface.
  • EU-D3A: same as above but with 12 frames
  • IF-D3: Interface kit, cables to connect to Windows and Mac computers and software
  • Cards: HG-5, HG-10, HG-15 and HG-40 PC cards
  • PK-D3: Power adapter.


  • Sensor: 1.3 megapixel 2/3" CCD sensor
  • ISO: 100, 400
  • Image quality: JPEG (Basic, Normal, Fine), TIFF: Hi
  • Resolution: 1280 X 1000 max
  • Lens: 9 to 27mm Fujinon (3x) Zoom lens. Equiv. 35 to 105 mm.
  • Focus: Super Hybrid AF system with Autofocus and manual focus
  • Aperture: f3.5 to f5
  • Shutter speed: 1/4 sec to 1/1000 sec
  • Program modes: Program AE, aperture priority, shutter priority and manual.
  • Flash: Built-in, with external hot shoe
  • Flash modes: Auto, On, Off, Ext
  • Self-timer: Yes
  • Exposure comp: -0.9 to 1.8 EV (1/3 steps)
  • Media Storage: PCMCIA (type I or II)
  • Power: Lithium-Ion 7.2v (NP-510 battery) similar to Sony InfoLithium L.
  • Weight: 700 g with battery
  • Dimensions: 153 x 96 x 78 mm


In Japanese