FUJIFILM highlights the different possibilities with photography during Escolar Office 2018

August 7, 2018

 The  Company, which celebrates its 60th anniversary in Brazil, launches a  kiosk for  printing  photos from smartphones and invests  in  new products to expand its operations  in the country

How to provide new experiences for customers during the period when they are shopping at stationery stores or stores  in  the sector? What to do to captivate them in the face of so much competition? With the hustle and bustle of everyday life, being in an environment that meets   the diverse needs in one place makes all the difference and this is the proposal that FUJIFILM, leader in the segment of  image&print,  will present during School Office 2018, which takes place from August 5 to 8,  at Expo  Center  Norte, in São Paulo.

Among the novelties,  the Kiosk Blade, a monitor developed with a design different from the other solutions on the market,  presents an elegant proposal for those looking for a solution that adds value and elegance to the business. When connected to one of FUJIFILM's printing kiosks,  the solution  allows images  stored on smartphones or any mobile device to be printed quickly and conveniently,  optimizing  the customer's stay at the establishment.

Another  kiosk  option that will be available to visitors is the DPC-X™, a compact, easy-to-use self-service station that does  not need a direct operator. The station also provides access to social networks, such as Facebook and Instagram for printing photos posted on the user's profile. With this, it is possible to create, in a practical way, personalized products and services such as prints with creative frames, photo for documents,  photo gifts, greeting cards,  photobooks calendars, facilitating the consumer's choice, making the  DPC-X™  the ideal option to increase the range of services available at the commercial establishment.

As a  business  alternative for resale, the  instax  mini  9, FUJIFILM's instant photo camera, available in  Flamingo Pink, Aqua  Blue, Lime Green, Cobalt Blue and Ice White will also be available at the company's booth. Currently, the model that is part of the company's analog equipment portfolio, is a success in sales in Brazil and worldwide,  becoming a  must  have  item , especially among the young people. The  instax  portfolio has different camera  models  to please the  most varied  publics and  retail formats,  giving a modern look to analog photography.

To  increase  the options  for the client,  the  portfolio has different   films  such as  Sky Blue, with the blue border,  Rainbow, which brings a colored frame for each photo,  Black, with the black border, and  Monochrome, for those who like B&W photographs, all of which come with 10 Photos. In addition to conventional films, with the white border, in packaging with 10 or 20 photos.

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About  Fujifilm  Brasil

FUJIFILM do Brasil Ltda, a subsidiary of FUJIFILM Holdings America Corporation consists of four operating divisions. The Imaging Division offers photographic products and services to customers and companies, such as: photographic paper, digital printing equipment , including maintenance and service, films, instant cameras, digital cameras and an extensive line of lenses and accessories. The Medical Division is a provider of diagnostic imaging products and solutions to meet the needs of healthcare services. The solutions range from digital x-rays,  Synapse® (PACS brand), to advanced digital mammography systems,  Fujifilm  has products that are ideal for any imaging environment. The Graphics Systems Division offers products and services to the commercial and publishing printing industry, packaging and large format digital printing.  The  Recording Media Division operates with sales operations of data recording media.

FUJIFILM Holdings Corporation, Tokyo, Japan, offers constant innovation and cutting-edge technology in all its products, for a broad range of industries, including: health care through hospital, pharmaceutical and cosmetic systems; graphic systems; high-functionality materials, such as materials for flat screen displays, optical devices, such as lenses for the television and cinematographic sectors; generation of digital images and document creation. All of these resources are guaranteed by a vast portfolio of  technologies in the areas: chemistry, mechanics, optics, electronics, software and processes. At the close of the fiscal year on March 31, 2018, the company presented global  turnover results of the order of $ 23 billion, with an  exchange rate of 106 yen to the dollar.  Fujifilm  is committed to maintaining the environment and good corporate practices. For  more  information , visit  our  website: