Fujifilm UK Ltd
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FUJIFILM Corporation and its group companies develop, produce and market products in the Imaging Solutions business such as colour films, digital cameras, photofinishing equipment and colour paper, chemicals and services for photofinishing and the Information Solutions business such as medical diagnostics and life science, graphic arts, flat panel display materials, recording media, optical devices, electronic materials and inkjet materials.
In the UK, Fujifilm UK currently employs more than 390 people and is one of the country's most popular photographic and imaging brands
Epson A3 Plus printer has been bundled with Fujifilm media for the production of greeting cards, calendars, postcards, photobooks and prints. New media will be launched at the show for Cards, business ...
Dyesub gifting equipment and consumables for producing personalised Mugs, Tee Shirts, Keyrings, Soft Toys and much more. New for Springfair will be a range of Stainless Steel Bottles , including Drink ...
Shacolla is a quick and easy to use wall decor photo panel which is restickable and because it is low tac removable without causing surface damage. Shacolla can be used several times to attach new pic ...
New from Wunderbars, a high quality, simple to use, cost effective, canvas stretching solution. Whether you are a professional or novice at canvas stretching, Casbar offers a solution for your everyda ...
A new addition to the Casbar range is "The Hexagon", available in 8", 9", 10" and 12". These unusual shaped stretched canvas frames can be used to create novel wall displays. Videos on how to stretc ...
Recent addition to the Fujifilm Gifting Range are the Peel and Stick Photobook and Calendars. Using digital prints from Inkjet and Silver Halide printers quality Photobooks and Calendars can be easil ...
Fine Art Metal Panels packs of 5. These metal panels can be directly printed using water based inks, provided the printer has a straight path. Therefore is suitable for most Epson printers. To protect ...
How Somerset museum is using Fujifilm imaging techniques to showcase rural life during great war.