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New York High Line Park portrait project

Mark Peters : 2007-06-25 12:07:00
New York High Line Park portrait project : Fujifilm Joins Friends of the High Line, Launches High Line Portrait Project. As the High Line park takes shape above the streets of New York City, construction fencing in the neighborhood will feature improvised outdoor art galleries covered with photographs of High Line supporters from the local community and beyond, Friends of the High Line (FHL) announced today. The group will also launch a Web site featuring the portraits. Dubbed “The High Line Portrait Project” and made possible with a $50,000 donation from Fujifilm, the photographs capture the spirit of the inventive new park that is being built atop the High Line elevated rail structure.


Camera survives fall from Blarney Castle in Ireland

Mark Peters : 2007-06-25 11:11:11
Camera survives fall from Blarney Castle in Ireland : The Fujifilm FinePix S602 digital compact camera has been hailed a superhero by owner Roy Sands of Herne Bay, Kent. Roy was on holiday with his wife when his beloved Fujifilm camera took a 100ft plunge from the historic Blarney Castle in Ireland. “My wife and I were almost at the top of the castle and we were keen to snap the beautiful views from the summit”, says Roy. “We were about six steps from the top when I rested my camera on the windowsill to get my breath and use my inhaler. Unbeknown to me at the time, the sill was tilted and my Fujifilm Finepix S602 camera slid down the 2ft wide sill straight out the slit window, plummeting 100ft to the grass below.


Fujifilm Labelflash DVD media

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-06-21 15:05:00
Fujifilm Labelflash DVD media : Fujifilm announced the availability of recordable media for the Labelflash enabled laser-labeling DVD drives. This technology is being introduced in the US market with select models of the new Toshiba Satellite A205/P205 Notebook computer series. Labelflash technology was created as a joint project between engineers at Yamaha Corporation and Fujifilm Corporation. DVD drives enabled with Labelflash allow users to create customized, professional-looking DVDs with clear, finely detailed labeling by inscribing high-quality images and text directly into a specialized dye within the disc. The process eliminates the need for specialized printers, inks or sticky labels.


Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro review

Dennis Hissink : 2007-06-09 18:13:00
Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro review : It seems like ages since the S3 Pro, and it has been 2.5 years since Fujifilm has introduced a new camera: the FinePix S5 Pro. In the world of digital photography that is a long time, indeed. It even seems longer because the S3 Pro was actually a very progressive camera with a somewhat outdated body. This was the S3 Pro's main fault, and it was also a bit too slow for most photographers. But the images were stunning. The Fujifilm S5Pro changes all that, though. Fujifilm now uses the same body and electronics as the Nikon D200. That means it has a solid and weather-resistant body and features such as Nikon's i-TTL and 11-point AF sensor, and just as always that special Super CCD image sensor.


Fujifilm UVIR forensic filter

Ilse Jurriën : 2007-06-07 14:30:15
Fujifilm high quality UVIR forensic filter : Fujifilm USA has contracted with Peca Products, Inc. to produce a high quality ultraviolet and infrared forensic filter kit for use with our line of UVIR sensitive forensic digital cameras. The kit contains the most common yet hard to find set of filters that most forensic specialists use during investigations. Dealers are often asked to suggest filters for use with Fujifilm cameras. In addition, most of the IR filters needed are no longer in production by many of the popular filter suppliers making this more difficult. The filters are high quality glass and are sized for 67mm filter threaded lenses. Most common investigative macro lenses have thread mounts between 55mm and 67mm.


Survey warns the nation of long term memory loss

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-05-29 22:49:00
Survey warns the nation of long term memory loss : In research independently commissioned by the company, 63% of digital camera owners risk losing a lifetime of memories as they opt for saving images on a computer or printing images using an inkjet printer at the expense of obtaining true quality prints. For the 39% of those surveyed who rely on storing images on a PC there comes a strong warning from computer experts who pinpoint the potential risk of hardware failure and data loss. Computer consultant Adam Olliffe, MCSE says: "The hard drive is a mechanical device prone to failure. Technology over recent years has concentrated on squeezing more and more data onto the same disk surface area."


Best compact camera at TIPA awards

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-05-25 16:22:00
Best compact camera at TIPA awards : Fujifilm FinePix Z5fd, has received critical acclaim in Europe. Technical Image Press Association (TIPA) voted the FinePix Z5fd the 'Best Ultra Compact Digital Camera' at the TIPA Awards 2007 calling it a 'technological marvel'. This follows in the footsteps of the FinePix F30 - championed for its low light capabilities - which won the TIPA Best Compact Digital Camera 2006. The hotly contested TIPA awards are widely regarded as the European 'Oscars' of the photo and imaging industry. The FinePix Z5fd is the first of Fujifilm's 'Z' range series to feature Fujifilm's hardware-based Face Detection technology - which can detect faces and optimise exposure settings in an industry leading 0.05 seconds.


Smithsonian national zoo selected Fujifilm

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-05-08 19:27:00
Smithsonian national zoo selected Fujifilm : Fujifilm is pleased to celebrate the selection of Erika Bauer, Ph.D., as the 2007-2009 Fujifilm Curatorial Resident in Animal Care at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo. Made possible by a grant from Fujifilm, a National Zoo partner in conservation education, post-doctoral residency program builds on the Zoo’s tradition of training students in a variety of disciplines and inspiring them to pursue careers in animal care, conservation science and science education. Fujifilm recommended the creation of the curatorial residency as a way to celebrate the recent completion of the Fujifilm Giant Panda Habitat and help to provide the best hands-on animal care education to tomorrow’s zoo leaders.






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