Fujifilm launches club for UAE photographers
Dubai, November 14, 2012
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's social media page fans across Facebook and Twitter, who found the need for such a platform and use models from the acclaimed Fujifilm X-Series: X100, X10, X-S1 and X-Pro1.
The club promises members a wide variety of activities ranging from photography workshops and community events to enjoyable experiments with the X-Series models in adventurous settings.
The first X-Series Club activity called the ‘7 Avatars of UAE’ will take members to the seven Emirates over the next seven months.
Each month, club members will find themselves in a different Emirate where they can capture the regions essence. Every trip promises to show participants an array of culture, heritage, architecture, the desert, the sea and nature’s beauty in different forms.
“The X-Series is a very special range for Fujifilm, made with groundbreaking technology and embodied in a traditional chassis of ergonomic perfection to capture precious moments. The X-Series Club has been conceptualized to involve and educate our customers in the UAE and moreover is a token of our appreciation to their great response,” said Keitaro So, general manager, Fujifilm Electronics Imaging Division, Mena.
“The X-Series Club is our way of engaging photographers and providing a great platform to develop their skills. The ‘7 Avatars of UAE’ event, which is exclusively for the Fujifilm X-Series Club members, will showcase the different facets of the UAE in various perspectives.
“We are sure that members will have a great experience and will relish the opportunity to enjoy their photography along with networking with fellow enthusiasts,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service
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