Instant Photo Book Maker

Self-serve photo books available while-you-wait with the new Instant Photo Book Maker

Consumers will shortly have access to self-serve photo books that will be available in just minutes, courtesy of a new system known as the Instant Photo Book Maker.

Fujifilm Australia is introducing the new Instant Photo Book Maker which is set to revolutionise the way consumers produce long lasting photo albums.

Developed by the KIS Photo-Me Group and distributed in Australia by Fujifilm, the Instant Photo Book Maker incorporates cutting edge software combined with the latest digital imaging technology to produce high quality photo books in minutes.

Fujifilm Australia Senior Category Manager - Hardware, Daniel Paul, said the new Instant Photo Book Maker is a fully automated, self service system that allows consumers to create high quality photo books comprising up to 30 pages with up to 70 photos in less than 10 minutes.

“Printed on stain resistant and scratch-proof glossy paper, the Instant Photo Book Maker will print, glue and bind automatically.

“This innovative technology provides consumers with the complete package to easily turn their digital images into professionally finished high quality photo books that are equivalent in size to a DVD jacket (5.7” x 8”), complete with the album title printed on the spine,” he said.

Mr Paul said that BIG W will be the first retailer in Australia to introduce the Instant Photo Book Maker with 40 units being rolled out to their stores by late November 2009.

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