News report Photokina - Fujifilm announces the development of a high quality and high efficiency film camera, the Fujifilm GF670W Professional medium format wide-angle camera as a reference exhibit at Photokina 2010 Show in Germany. Last winter, Fujifilm launched the GF6700 Professional camera equipped with the Fujinon EBC 80mm lens, and the success of this camera led to numerous requests for the production of a series of medium-format wide-angle cameras. The development of the Fujifilm GF670W Professional is Fujifilm's response to these requests and the latest addition to its line-up of medium-format wide-angle cameras.
If anything became clear at the Photokina 2008, it was the fact that the compact camera desperately needs an innovative boost. There was hardly any news on the field of compact cameras at this world event, it were the advanced digital cameras, D-SLR cameras that surprised us and, of course, the Micro FourThirds System. Even Fujifilm didn’t have a lot to offer, whereas in the past they have always introduced some interesting compact cameras during events like the Photokina, except for a few a FinePix camera models that were introduced the beginning of August. The assortment looks too familiar; there is more of the same stuff.
Personally I found the huge booth of Fujifilm was a big success as to explaining the visitor the advantages of a Fujifilm digital camera and why you just need to have one. Fujifilm has several divisions targeting a diverse range of market segments; medical imaging, professional graphic arts, professional and amateur consumer photography, and more. Each of those segments uses innovative techniques to bring high quality solutions to their clients. At the Fujifilm booth there was a demonstration of what can be a result of bringing those innovations from various segments together…
Always wanted to shoot your subject from multi-angles in just one shot? Take a look at Fujifilm synchronized shooting set-up. With just one main digital camera and a bunch of remote cameras each of them positioned in the best strategic position possible Fujifilm is able to shoot a subject from various angles with just one shot. Releasing the shutter on the main camera triggers virtually simultaneously release of shutters on remote camera linked by WiFi. Each digital camera records the captured image in its internal memory. The main camera and remote cameras are connected on an one-on-one basis via ad-hoc mode.
The National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) announced a collaboration today with Fujifilm that will support NBCF's mission to save lives through breast cancer education and programs that provide for the screening of underserved women. Fujifilm will support the effort through a monetary donation; donations of digital mammography equipment; and a cause-related marketing program supported by newly introduced pink-themed cameras.