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Fujifilm Blu-ray DVD on USA Market


Nic Rossmüller : 2006-05-15 21:07:00
Fujifilm Blu-ray DVD on USA Market : Fuji Photo Film USA, a subsidiary of the leading global imaging and information technologies company, today announced that Fujifilm-branded Blu-ray media would be available in the US marketplace this June. Increasing data volume on personal computers and the steady, continuing growth of high definition television has accelerated consumer demand for higher capacity optical recording devices for storing all this digital data. The Fujifilm Blu-ray discs will be available with 25GB storage capacity, in both write once and re-writable formats. The introduction of several Blu ray based consumer products including internal PC drives, set-top box and interactive gaming consoles and recorders.


Fujifilm FinePix A510


Mark Peters : 2006-05-03 19:00:00
Fujifilm FinePix A510 : The FinePix A510 Zoom is a camera that equips the starter with all they need. It spares you the technical complexity that can get in the way of a good shot. Fujifilm has over a decade of expertise in producing first-rate digital images, and it shows in this 5 million pixel camera. For the first time, Fujifilm's proprietary Super CCD sensor has been used in the entry-level camera in the range. The only way to see the benefit of this feature is to savour the photos - crisp, colourful and clear, this camera enhances the reputation of Super CCD for creating pictures that don't look digital - they look real. Digital photography isn't everyone's specialist subject, however this camera is as accessible as they come.


Fujifilm Real Photo Technology cuts through noise


Mark Peters : 2006-05-02 23:47:35
Fujifilm Real Photo Technology cuts through noise : Not happy with the quality of your digital pictures? It just might be too "noisy" in your digital camera. Fortunately, there is a new system from Fujifilm that reduces image noise, letting point-and-shoot camera users capture moments as their eyes see them, leading to more natural, life-like images under a wider variety of shooting conditions, even low light. The system is Real Photo Technology and it is found in Fujifilm's FinePix V10, now available, and the FinePix F30, shipping to retailers this month. Everybody knows that "noise" is an unpleasant or unwanted sound, but "noise" also is a pattern of flecks, blotches, or color spots that mar the quality of digital pictures.


Fujifilm annual operating profit fell 57 percent


Mark Peters : 2006-05-02 12:30:44
Fujifilm annual operating profit fell 57 percent : Japanese Fuji Photo Film said its annual operating profit fell 57%, weighed down by charges for lay-offs and film production cuts, and it forecast a slower-than-expected recovery this year. The company also said it would adopt a new company name, Fujifilm, in line with its brand name for camera film in October, when it plans to create a new holding company. "In any country you go, you can see signs for Fujifilm. It's a worldwide brand," Fuji Photo Film President Shigetaka Komori said. The world's second-largest camera film maker after U.S.-based Eastman Kodak suffers from a shrinking camera film market, even though that business now accounts for less than 10 percent of its sales.


Fujifilm new holding company & operating companies


Mark Peters : 2006-05-02 12:11:16
Fujifilm new holding company & operating companies : Fuji Photo Film announced that it resolved a decision at its Board of Directors meeting to start a holding company structure, launching a new holding company and new operating companies. The names of the new companies have also been decided along with candidates for membership of the Board of Directors. The administration will be launched under the new structure on October 1, the current Fuji Photo Film Co., Ltd. will become the holding company, Fujifilm Holdings Corporation to provide strategic management of the entire Fujifilm Group. Fujifilm Holdings will be directly responsible for the two major operating companies, Fujifilm Corporation and Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd


Fujifilm and National Geographic Photo Competition


Mark Peters : 2006-05-02 11:50:04
Fujifilm and National Geographic Photo Competition : Many budding photographers can only dream of seeing their pictures printed in National Geographic magazine, an ambition usually achieved by just a handful of the world’s top professional photographers. Fujifilm Digital and National Geographic magazine have teamed up to give one talented amateur photographer the chance to go on assignment with globe-trotting, adventure photographer Bill Hatcher and see the results published in a special three-page feature in an upcoming issue. Fujifilm is set to make one lucky amateur photographer realise a dream with their digital camera - this National Geographic photo competition is not open to professional photographers.


Fujifilm advanced research laboratories


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-05-02 09:46:00
Fujifilm advanced research laboratories : Fuji Photo Film (hereinafter referred to as Fujifilm) has announced the Fujifilm Advanced Research Laboratories to serve as the core R&D facility for the Fujifilm Group. Fujifilm aspires to contribute to society in culture, science and technology, industry, health, and environmental preservation by developing original advanced technology and providing products and services that embody its advanced concepts of customer value. In conducting cross sectional fundamental research and developing core technologies that are the foundation of new business and products, the Fujifilm Advanced Research Laboratories will serve as an engine powerfully propelling the creation of new value to customers.


Fujifilm SpongeBob SquarePants single use cameras


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-04-25 23:25:00
Fujifilm SpongeBob SquarePants single use cameras : Fuji Photo Film USA announces Fujifilm QuickSnap SpongeBob SquarePants and Dora the Explorer One-Time-Use Cameras. The popular TV characters are sure to appeal to youngsters and their moms, the largest segments of One-Time-Use Camera users. "QuickSnaps have appealed to moms with kids because of their ease-of-use, affordability and go-anywhere capability," said Jolene Wiley, Director of Marketing, One-Time-Use Cameras, Fuji Photo Film USA. "And, research indicates that as much as 30% of One-Time-Use Cameras are used by young people. Bringing the popularity of SpongeBob SquarePants and Dora the Explorer to our QuickSnap lineup is sure to appeal to these important user groups."


Fujifilm HDV media & Blu-Ray discs at NAB Show


Ralf Jurrien : 2006-04-22 11:02:00
Fujifilm HDV media & Blu-Ray discs : Fuji Photo Film USA, a subsidiary of the leading global imaging and information technologies company, today announced several new products for broadcast and video professionals that will be displayed at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show in Las Vegas. "There is increasing demand for high-performance products for capturing, transferring and archiving high definition content used by large broadcast and entertainment companies," notes S. Solomon, Fujifilm USA. "Fujifilm's advanced technologies, including magnetic and optical coatings and polymer science, are providing the broadcast industry with highly advanced, next generation digital solutions."


Fujifilm Professional Grade HDV videocassettes


Ralf Jurrien : 2006-04-22 11:01:00
Fujifilm Professional Grade HDV videocassettes : Fuji Photo Film USA, Inc, a subsidiary of the leading global imaging and information technologies company, today announced the introduction of Fujifilm-branded HDV videotape, to be shown at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show in Las Vegas next week. The new Fujifilm Professional Grade HDV videocassettes will be on display at the Fujifilm booth in South Hall. Television broadcasters and production companies are increasingly making high-definition content available and affordable to the general public. This high-capacity digital content is increasing demand for new tools to make the capture of high quality digital video simple and affordable.


Fujifilm CMOS Organic Image Sensor


Mark Peters : 2006-04-19 08:45:00
Fujifilm CMOS Organic Image Sensor : FujiFilm Japan has developed a complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS) sensor using an organic photoelectric conversion film, and successfully captured a monochrome image with it. A previous laboratory-level success in photographing with an organic photoelectric conversion film was made in combination with an imaging tube, by the Science & Technical Research Laboratories of Japan Broadcasting Corp. Instead of a CMOS circuit, however, that example used a 10cm-long imaging tube. Fuji Photo Film has encapsulated the organic photoelectric conversion film with a signal read circuit into a semiconductor package, making it much easier than an imaging tube to use in a compact consumer camera.


CCM and Fuji Photo USA case study workshop


Ralf Jurrien : 2006-04-08 02:00:01
CCM and Fuji Photo USA case study workshop : Creative Cost Management (CCM) has announced that it will be delivering a Case Study Workshop at the 16th Annual International Accounts Payable Professionals (IAPP) Forum in May at the Walt Disney World's Coronado Springs Resort in Orlando. The workshop will be delivered together with Fuji Photo Film USA (Fujifilm), highlighting a year in review of the telecommunications expense management (TEM) solutions CCM has delivered to them. "This forum represents the commencement of our national marketing campaign," notes Reuben Levine, CCM's senior vice president, who will lead this session along with Robert Adler, telecommunications manager of Fuji Photo Film USA.


Fujifilm Blu-ray media


Ralf Jurrien : 2006-03-27 00:06:01
Fujifilm Blu-ray media : Fuji Photo Film UK Ltd announced today that Fujifilm-branded Blu-ray media will be available in spring 2006. The new discs will be available in 25GB storage capacities both in write-once and re-writable formats, which can be used on BD drives with 1-2X writing speed. Fujifilm launched cartridge type rewritable Blu-ray discs (23.3GB) into the Japanese market in 2003. To meet the end users' needs, Fujifilm will introduce non-cartridge type (easy to use) Blu-ray discs with larger capacity (25GB) into the market, which conform to the latest copy protection system AACS (Advanced Access Content System). Fujifilm research and development teams have been and will be working hard to develop all types of optical media.


Fujifilm memory cards to capture North Pole journey


Mark Peters : 2006-03-09 04:15:00
Fujifilm memory cards to capture North Pole journey : Fujifilm CompactFlash cards have been selected for Adventure Ecology's epic expedition across the ice of the Arctic ocean, from Russia to Canada via the North Pole. Due to the rise in global temperatures, this ice route may soon be inaccessible by man, and the images documenting the team's journey will become our last record of this path. The team, including Britons David de Rothschild and photographer Martin Hartley, departed early March from Cape Arctichesky in Russia and are travelling across the ice towards the North Pole, then on to Canada. The trip will cover 1,240 miles and will be the first time that Britons have made the surface polar crossing from Canada to Russia.


Ipex 2006 Fujifilm unveils its Graphic Arts strategy


Mark Peters : 2006-03-03 03:40:00
Ipex 2006 Fujifilm unveils its Graphic Arts strategy : Fuji Photo Film will be unveiling a new range of pre-press and pressroom products on the Fujifilm Graphic Systems, Fujifilm Sericol and Fuji Hunt stands at Ipex 2006, demonstrating world-leading solutions right across the print production spectrum. This is the result of a focused strategy to grow its business by applying leading technologies to expanding market segments. From a position of strength in the pre-press environment, where Fujifilm continues to enjoy growing market share through its high quality consumables and imaging equipment, Fujifilm is developing its business in the areas of industrial inkjet and digital printing. Fujifilm booth can be found at Stand D50, Hall 5.


PMA 2006 Fujifilm Keynote from Shigetaka Komori


Mark Peters : 2006-02-27 09:35:03
PMA 2006 Fujifilm Keynote from Shigetaka Komori : In a keynote address at the PMA 2006 show, Shigetaka Komori, President & CEO of Fuji Photo Film, outlined Fujifilm's vision and strategy for meeting the future needs of its imaging customers. He emphasized Fujifilm's continued pursuit of higher image quality, using both analog and digital as the technological means to that end. In addition, Mr. Komori outlined Fujifilm's mission to preserve the "culture of photography," which refers to the emotions and feelings that can be expressed through the medium of photography. He stressed the need for manufacturers and retailers to work together to provide products and services that drive the value of the photographic experience for consumers.


Fujifilm student Photographer of the year contest


Mark Peters : 2006-02-24 19:20:00
Fujifilm Photographer Award : The deadline for the 2006 Fujifilm Student Awards is fast approaching. Students have until April 1st 2006 to submit their entries. This year's Awards has the subtitle, 'The Best of British' and students are asked to submit images that best sum up cultural Britain. The competition, which is the longest running and most prestigious student photography award in UK, will see the winner collect a first prize of £1,000 and the title of Fujifilm Student Photographer. Each winner will receive £50 worth of Fujifilm film and will be asked to submit a print for judging. The college that submits the most entries will receive a Fujifilm Professional counter-top refrigerator containing £500 worth of Professional film.


Fuji Photo imaging technologies


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-02-24 16:15:00
Fuji Photo imaging technologies : Fuji Photo Film USA, Inc., is featuring a broad spectrum of imaging technologies and products at the PMA 2006 Annual Convention and Trade Show under the banner, "Fujifilm. Expand the World of Imaging." The tagline was created to underscore Fujifilm's role in providing a wide range of innovative solutions - digital, analog or a fusion of technologies - that will expand the value that imaging products and services can bring to businesses and consumers alike. "The diversity of our offerings at PMA this year powerfully demonstrates what matters most at Fujifilm - the constant improvement of picture quality. Whatever technology we employ is secondary to this key objective," said Atsushi Yoneda.


Fujifilm FinePix F30


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-02-14 07:03:00
Fujifilm FinePix F30 : Backed by an extensive history of in-house development of innovative imaging technology, including sophisticated CCDs and image processors, Fujifilm is proud to introduce the Fujifilm FinePix F30, the world's first compact digital camera to offer ISO 3200 sensitivity at its full resolution (6.1 Megapixels). The introduction of the Fujifilm FinePix F30 camera begins in 2005, with the introduction of FinePix F10, Fujifilm changed the trend of digital photography by giving photographers new flexibility to capture images with a much higher success rate. The first compact digital camera to incorporate Fujifilm's Real Photo Technology, the DIWA Platinum award-winning FinePix F10, featured ISO 1600 high sensitivity.


Fujifilm FinePix F650


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-02-14 07:02:00
Fujifilm FinePix F650 : Fuji Photo Film Co., announced the debut of the new Fujifilm FinePix F650, a 6.0 Megapixel digital camera featuring an impressive and powerful 5x optical zoom lens, a super large 3.0-inch LCD monitor, and 32 megabytes of internal memory, all encased in a slim-line aluminium-finish body. With the introduction of the Fujifilm F650, Fuji Photo Film is adding yet another standout model to an already impressive digital camera line-up. The Fujifilm FinePix F650 camera slides easily into a pocket or clutch purse. But its small size doesn’t prevent the camera from having a sharp 5x optical zoom lens. The lens of the Fujifilm FinePix F650 digital camera is manufactured by Fujinon, a world leader in lens technology.






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