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Dennis Hissink : January 3th 2005 - 17:30 CET

FujiFilm Photofinishing make printing effortless

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FujifilmFujiFilm Photofinishing make printing effortless : Fujifilm, underscored its ongoing commitment to providing consumers with digital photo printing options. With an overwhelming number of consumers storing their digital images on PC hard drives, the importance of printing digital photos for safe, long-term storage is growing. Fujifilm's extensive line of digital photo printing solutions provides consumers with fast, simple and convenient printing options, to help ensure photos are preserved far into the future. Based on its pioneering technology, decades of imaging know-how and partnerships with leading retailers, Fujifilm offers a wide range of professional quality print solutions that meet the needs of today's busy consumer.
FujiFilm Photofinishing - Offerings
Fujifilm's flexible and diverse offerings include in-store, at-home and from-home printing options, for both digital cameras and increasingly popular camera phones. "Fujifilm's history and strengths in technology innovation allow us to offer a comprehensive range of digital photo printing services that meet the distinct needs of various consumer lifestyles," said Gael Lundeen, Vice President and General Manager, Photofinishing and Web Services, Fuji Photo Film U.S.A., Inc.

FujiFilm Photofinishing - Quick and Easy
"We're bringing our customers the technology and services that will help consumers make pictures quickly and easily, so that they can enjoy them and share them for generations to come." In order to deliver quality and convenient print options, Fujifilm has teamed up with a number of retail and wireless leaders to bring consumers a variety of digital photo printing options:

FujiFilm Photofinishing - In-Store
For a traditional photofinishing experience, Fujifilm offers a drop-off option at retailers, in addition to self-service kiosks that accept most types of digital media. Fujifilm's Aladdin Digital Photo Center allows consumers to print professional quality prints from Fujifilm Frontier Digital Lab Systems. The Aladdin Digital Photo Center allows consumers to enhance, enlarge, crop and/or edit pictures themselves and is wireless-enabled to accept camera phone images that are beamed. In addition, Fujifilm's Printpix self-serve kiosk provides on-the-spot digital camera developing services for consumers who want digital picture prints without the wait.

FujiFilm Photofinishing - From Home
Fujifilm's "Get the Picture Online Service" allows consumers to upload images from their PC for pick up at a local retailer, and in some instances prints can now be ready in as little as an hour. Consumers can locate participating retailers at http://www.fujifilm.com/print. Together with Microsoft, Fujifilm recently announced that consumers can access the "Get the Picture Online Service" through the "Order Prints Online" wizard in Microsoft's Windows XP operating system. In addition, through Fujifilm's recent relationship with wireless carrier Sprint, Sprint's Picture Mail subscribers can send camera phone images to print at a retailer from their Sprint Picture Mail album. The entire order process is now available via specific Sprint handsets - a first in mobile imaging.

FujiFilm Photofinishing - At Home
With decades of experience in photographic printing, Fujifilm designed its new inkjet photo paper line to suit varied consumer lifestyle needs at home. Fujifilim Gallery Select provides long-lasting, professional quality photos ideal for special occasions and framing. The high quality, Fujifilm Premium Plus photo paper makes brilliant prints for photo albums. And the affordable, instantly dry Family photo paper is ideal for home, office and school projects. Gallery Select and Premium Plus papers feature Fujifilm's proprietary Super Performance Technology, which provides better color control and accuracy, resulting in crisper detail, whiter whites and deeper, more brilliant colors as well as greater longevity.

FujiFilm Photofinishing - Executives Discuss Digital Photofinishing Trends
The rapid adoption of digital cameras and camera phones as a means of image capture has led to the creation of massive amounts of digital images being stored on removable storage media and computer hard drives. Consumers now have more choices than ever for printing those images. During the course of the 2005 Consumer Electronics Show, Fujifilm executives will participate in a series of panels and share their thoughts on digital image printing trends. On Thursday, January 6, John Prendergast, Fujifilm's Vice President of Strategic Business Development, will participate in a panel that dives into the issues surrounding the proliferation of camera phones. The next day Ms. Lundeen, will participate in a panel discussion devoted to how consumers will print, store and share their digital images in the future.

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