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Fujifilm, Kodak, and Konica Minolta form PASS


Dennis Hissink : 2004-10-07 11:51:46
Fuji Photo Film Ltd., Eastman Kodak Company, and Konica Minolta Photo Imaging, Inc. announced an agreement to jointly develop a set of open standards for the consumer imaging and electronics industries, aimed at the preservation of digital photos and motion images on CDs, DVDs or other media. As information storage technologies advance, the Picture Archiving and Sharing Standard (PASS) group's intention is to enable digital file compatibility with future playback devices, preserving the satisfying 'photo experience' that consumers have enjoyed for decades. The group intends that the new standard will: Define the requirements of digital media authoring/archival, playback, and print enablement for a new generation of products and services.


Year Three Digital Camera Retail Printing Study


Dennis Hissink : 2004-04-26 03:34:10
Fuji Photo Film U.S.A., Inc announced the results of its Year Three Digital Camera Retail Printing Study. The study reveals that the percentage of consumers now aware that they can print digital images at retail locations has doubled since the Year Two study. In addition, the survey, conducted by InfoTrends Research Group for Fujifilm in January 2004, shows a significant increase in the number of consumers now choosing to print at retail. The study surveyed the preferences of digital camera owners and prospective buyers in the areas of digital camera use, printing and storing of digital images. Today, more than 30 percent of U.S. households own at least one digital camera (According to InfoTrends Research Group).


Fujifilm UK Digital Image Recovery Service


Dennis Hissink : 2004-04-20 00:07:59
A new service from Fujifilm UK, the only thing is that beside the frustration of losing those data you'll have to send your memory card by post, talk about a risk... The panic and frustration of losing a treasured memory or a one-off moment, such as a child's first birthday or a special holiday, can be a distressing experience. With this in mind, Fujifilm has developed a Digital Image Recovery Service that aims to provide a possible way of retrieving images or movies that have been lost, accidentally deleted, or damaged due to incorrect formatting. Sophisticated image recovery tools and software are used to recover files safely, and ensure that there is no risk or damage to the customer's digital media and no further loss of files.


Despite flood of photos: Generation without Prints


Dennis Hissink : 2004-03-17 21:03:37
It seems to be paradoxical: Never before has photographing been so simple as it is now. At no time more photos have been taken, and never before cameras have been present in such a high number. However, despite of a growing flood of photos marketing strategists and social scientists are talking about the vanishing of photos and invoke a generation without memories. The change from the analogue to the digital world reached photographing on its technical peak. The sophisticated cooperation and the high performance ability of cameras, optical systems, films and laboratories hardly left any consumer´s wishes unfulfilled. However, than the change of technology had an effect, that hardly anybody had expected:


Fujifilm continues sales of film cameras in future


Dennis Hissink : 2004-01-22 00:44:32
In preparation for PMA 2004 (Photo Marketing Association exhibition – February 12-15, Las Vegas) Fujifilm has today made a worldwide announcement confirming its commitment to the film market, and introducing several new 35mm and APS film cameras to its product portfolio. Fujifilm is defying current trends in the photography industry by announcing significant investment in film camera technology in 2004, and by adding a raft of new models to its compact film camera range, both APS and 35mm. Despite pressure on the conventional camera market, and with some manufacturers consolidating their R&D functions or exiting the market altogether, Fujifilm affirms that certain product categories are, in fact, exhibiting steady demand.






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