Fujifilm FCR Prima T2​

Computed Radiography​

FCR Prima T2 has been designed for those private practitioners with low volume imaging environments. 

Affordable, High Quality Digital X-ray

Small, light, fast, it has everything a smart private practice wants in digital x-ray. At just 86 pounds and with a footprint of only 3.2 square feet, it’s one of the smallest table top CR systems available.

The FCR Prima T2 stands out for its stunning combination of price, speed and remarkable image quality. Its throughput ranges from a rapid 47 to an outstanding 73 images per hour depending on cassette size. Its 100-micron images provide impressive resolution while Fujifilm’s processing technology ensures your first image is ideal.

FCR Prima T2 is available with the FDX Console, Flash Lite IIP and FCRView workstations. The FDX Console is Fujifilm’s most cutting edge acquisition workstation, designed to streamline the operation of digital image acquisition products. It features Fujifilm’s most advanced image processing: Dynamic Visualization™. The Flash IIP Console is an innovative workstation that features powerful productivity-enhancing tools, enabling your staff members to operate more efficiently. The FCRView is a complete image management solution that provides users with a comprehensive set of tools to acquire, view and archive images all from one workstation.

Dynamic Visualization

Only Fujifilm’s FDX Console offers Dynamic Visualization – the very latest evolution of Fujifilm’s renowned image processing technology, offers exceptional images. These are just a few of the tools that help ensure your first image is the optimal image:

  • Total spectrum analysis for Fujifilm’s highest contrast display and detailed window and leveling visualizes images to be seen like never before.
  • Multi-objective Frequency Processing (MFP) simultaneously applies varying degrees of contrast and spatial frequency enhancement to different-sized structures within the same image. This improves the visibility of both dense and peripheral tissue.
  • Dynamic Range Control (DRC) improves visibility of both dense and peripheral tissue, which is essential for seeing through the mediastinum on chest exams.
  • Flexible Noise Control (FNC) extracts noise data and suppresses noise levels from images without losing sharpness associated with diagnostic information.
  • Grid Pattern Removal (GPR) (optional) automatically detects grid patterns and then uses a two-dimensional technique to remove them. This prevents the appearance of a moiré pattern, which can occur when using a stationary grid.