Fujifilm has received a 2007 61st Technical Development Award from the Motion Picture and Television Engineering Society of Japan, Inc. for its highly evaluated outstanding technical achievement in developing the ETERNA-RDI recording film exclusively for the digital intermediate process.
The Technical Development Award is awarded for technical achievements that have contributed to the development of the motion picture and television industry. ETERNA-RDI was awarded this time due to the Society's high evaluation of its development and introduction to the market as an industry-first high-quality recording film that had been required due to the spread of digital processing in motion picture production in recent years.
Motion Picture and Television Engineering Society of Japan, Inc.
Established in 1947 as the Motion Picture Engineering Society of Japan, the name was changed in 1965 to the Motion Picture and Television Engineering Society of Japan. The society is made up of companies and organizations involved in film and television (corporate members) and individuals engaged in film and television engineering (individual members). It is the only nonprofit organization in Japan to encompass all aspects of motion picture and television engineering within the scope of its activities.