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Dennis Hissink : October 2nd 2005 - 21:34 CET

Fujifilm GetPix Dropbox for photo prints


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FujifilmFujifilm GetPix Dropbox for photo prints : Fujifilm introduced the GetPix Digital Dropbox, offering consumers an affordable way to get digital photo prints at retail locations. Wal-Mart and SAM’S CLUB locations are the first retailers to offer this 2-day off-site printing. The Digital Dropbox is the industry’s first free-standing unit that combines a traditional film drop box, with a digital order terminal. Consumers can drop off their film in an envelope or simply insert their digital media into the terminal, enter their name and phone number, choose print size and quantity, remove their media, take their receipt, and go. By November, all 3,400 Wal-Mart and SAM’S CLUB locations will offer Fujifilm’s Digital Dropbox solution.
Fujifilm GetPix Dropbox for photo printsGetPix Digital Dropbox
The quality digital photos are uploaded to Fujicolor Processing, a subsidiary of Fuji Photo Film U.S.A., for off-site printing, and are ready for pick up in a Wal-Mart or SAM'S CLUB store two days later, just like traditional film orders. This affordable option, offered by Fuji Photo Film, is ideal for customers who don’t have broadband access, or a computer at home, but own a digital camera and want quality prints via the traditional film processing “drop-off” experience.

Wal-Mart and SAM'S CLUB - Digital Dropbox solution
By November 2005, all 3,400 Wal-Mart and SAM’S CLUB locations will offer Fujifilm’s Digital Dropbox solution. This 2-day option is a very affordable choice for customers or members, Wal-Mart is pricing 4x6 prints at 15 cents; SAM’S CLUB 13 cents and complements their existing 1-hour and home delivery options (which are also powered by Fujifilm technology).

Digital Dropbox - Complete assortment
The Digital Dropbox offers a complete line of print sizes, as well as greeting and holiday cards, Digital Album CDs and photo gift items, such as T-shirts, posters, stickers, puzzles, ornaments, mouse pads, mugs, and more.

Fujifilm company - Experiences and Solutions
“Through years of imaging innovation, Fujifilm has built an infrastructure of software, minilabs and kiosks to lead the digital print at retail market,” said Hiro Sakai, President and CEO, Fujicolor Processing, Inc. “As the company that supported Wal-Mart’s move to digital in 2000, we are pleased to extend our relationship by providing the technology to offer customers more options than ever for lab-quality photos conveniently and affordably.”





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