Recording Media News


Fujifilm and Fujinon is extending its role as Major Sponsor of the Australian Cinematographers Society (ACS) with a special themed sponsorship of the ACS’ State Awards for Cinematography commencing in November 2012.

This year’s ACS awards began with a successful SA and WA State Awards at the Hotel Grand Chancellor on Hindley in Adelaide on Saturday October 27. This month sees the Queensland and Northern Territory Awards on 10 November at The Tivoli in Brisbane, followed on 17 November by the NSW and ACT Awards at The Masonic Centre in Sydney and finally the Victorian and Tasmanian Awards on 24 November at Melbourne’s Victorian Arts Centre.

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Topics: cinematography, fujifilm, fujinon


SYDNEY, 10 March 2011 – 2011 sees Fujifilm Australia proudly celebrating 15 years of dealing with their exclusive motion picture film stock reseller Awesome Support.

In February 1996 Ali Peck and Geoff Hannigan set up Film Support, an arm of Awesome Support, to sell and support Fujifilm motion picture film stocks to DOPs and cinematographers across Australia and New Zealand.

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Topics: australian film industry, cinematography, fujifil australia, Motion picture, motion picture film stock, Awesome Support, Film Support, Fujifilm recording media

Fujifilm Celebrates 75 Years of Motion Picture Film Manufacture

For 75 years, Fujifilm has been a technological innovator, with groundbreaking contributions and advancements in photo finishing, graphics, life sciences, manufacturing, retail and entertainment. The company spends more than US$5million per day in research and development. “Fujifilm’s contributions and accomplishments in these markets have left a positive effect on the world in terms of health, safety and mind,” says Marc Van Agten, General Manager Recording Media/Motion Picture Film.

This commitment to innovation has enhanced many industries, but it has also improved our daily lives. Fujifilm’s breakthroughs have included the world’s first one-time use camera, the first true handheld digital camera and Fujifilm Computed Radiography (FCR), the original digitized X-ray system, which reduces patient exposure to radiation without deteriorating image quality. Fujifilm has also developed FCR Digital Mammography, a computerized detection system that improves image quality to facilitate the early detection of breast cancer. On the photofinishing front, the company introduced Image Intelligence, a professional finishing system that automatically corrects common flaws to produce an image very close to that seen by the human eye.

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Topics: cinematography, fujifilm