Dubai-based Fujifilm Middle East has launched its first lifestyle camera from the X-Series range in Bahrain.
The sleek and stylish XF1, launched following the X-E1, extends the X-Series range to a much wider audience with its perf
Fujifilm has launched its all-new interchangeable lens camera system in Bahrain, and is now available across the country following its predecessor, the X-Pro1.
The camera was recently showcased at Photokina - the world’s lea
Fujifilm, a leader in cameras and imaging technology, has launched a club for photographers in the UAE that will provide a platform to develop photography skills with monthly activities.
The X-Series club concept was developed for
Fujifilm, a global leader in imaging technology, has launched the fourth premium camera from its X-Series, the XS-1, in Bahrain.
Built in Japan, the new camera’s body has a high-quality look and feel with metal dials, a rubberised coating
Fujifilm launched its all-new interchangeable lens camera system at the Gulf Photo Plus (GPP) 2012, a major photography event, in Dubai Knowledge Village.
Acclaimed photographer Zack Arias introduced the X–Pro1 camera to the public with a
Sony Corp and Fujifilm Holdings are leading contenders for an equity stake in Olympus Corp, sources familiar with the situation said, as the scandal-hit medical equipment maker moves to shore up its finances.
The field of possibilities has
Eastman Kodak Company is suing Fujifilm Corporation, claiming that some of its Japanese rival's cameras infringe its patented digital-imaging technology.
The lawsuit, filed on Friday in US District Court in Rochester, New York, claims Fuj
Fujifilm has rolled out the new FinePix XP30 which is one of the world’s first water, shock, dust and freeze proof, outdoor compatible camera.
Continuing in the tradition set by the XP10 that it replaces, the FinePix XP30 offers a competit
Fujifilm Middle East has launched a high-grade digital camera featuring the world’s first ‘hybrid viewfinder’ in the UAE.
The development of the FinePix X100 was first announced at the Photokina Exhibition in Cologne, Germany in September,
Japan's Fujifilm aims to become the world's fourth largest camera maker by next March and the No. 3 manufacturer two years later, overtaking first rival Samsung and then Nikon, a senior company executive said.
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