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FujiFilm Discontinues Motion Picture Film Production

  13.04.03 1:53pm

In a statement released yesterday the company went on to say:

We would like to thank you very much for your patronage during the long history of manufacture, sales and marketing of these products which will continue to be available until the inventory is exhausted. Please contact our worldwide distributors for availability information.

Fujifilm will continue to provide products and services designed for digital workflow of motion picture production and exhibition such as Recording film for Digital Separation [ETERNA-RDS] for long-term archiving, Imaging processing system [IS-100], and high-performance Fujinon lens for digital motion picture camera and projectors. With an expertise in optics, image processing, storage and archiving, Fujifilm will continue to provide new and innovative products and services to contribute to the creative entertainment and broadcast industry.Read more here:  http://www.blackbookmag.com/movies/fujifilm-discontinues-motion-picture-film-production-1.60642