Are you ready for an exciting innovation in the world of data storage? Join us at the upcoming storage2day event in Frankfurt/Main, taking place from September 26 to September 27, 2023. Our very own Sebastian Skrypka, Business Development Manager at Fujifilm Recording Media, will be unveiling the remarkable FUJIFILM Kangaroo – a game-changing plug-and-play solution for long-term data archiving.
In his presentation, Sebastian Skrypka will delve into the latest product developments by Fujifilm Recording Media. See how it empowers you to archive file-based data and rapidly growing object data onto tape storage, while making the process simpler and more efficient. You’ll gain insights into all the advantages, along with valuable information about tape technology and FUJIFILM Object Archive software combined for a secure, open and sustainable data archiving experience.
Key Learning Objectives
explore potential strategies for long-term and secure data archiving;
understand the benefits of FUJIFILM Kangaroo and how it can transform your data management.
Underwater photography is always a dance with the unknown. Here, where gravity seems optional and light is oddly distorted, you face a completely alien world of colour that challenges basics of conventional photography.
As you go deeper, the water filters out colours from the spectrum. Red, for instance, is among the first colours to disappear, which can result in photos dominated by blues and greens. Water’s higher density affects how light and objects are perceived, causing distortions in size, shape, and perspective. Thus, achieving sharp focus, balanced lighting, and vibrant colours here demands dedication and expertise. And this world requires a camera as adventurous as the photographer to unlock and capture what’s hidden in the deep.
For the UK based nature photographer Emily Endean, the underwater world is a bottomless well of inspiration. Following it, she grabs her FUJIFILM X-T5 and dives into the waves to document the morning beauty of the water landscape.
Memory is transformative. It has an enigmatic power of bringing people to other places and times. Pull a string – and you’re in your grandma’s kitchen, biting that very first tender crust of her plum pie, catching sun rays jumping on the table. Pull one more – here’s your toddler with its very first self-made all-in-one breakfast, smiling at a complete mess left behind. The first touch of a loved one’s hand, that special trip you went to with your dad… Each moment is so precious, so why not celebrate it?
With INSTAX, it’s easy! Let us show you how to transform an ordinary wall clock into a personal time machine with your favourite INSTAX photos.
Hey there, INSTAX enthusiasts! If you’re a student in the UK, get ready for an exciting adventure this September as the INSTAX Van gears up to hit the road for a university tour like no other. Our colleagues from the INSTAX team in the UK have organized an incredible journey, and we, from the European team, are thrilled to support and highlight this fantastic event.
The INSTAX team in the UK is making Freshers’ Week even more memorable by bringing the magic of instant photography right to your campus!
Our beloved INSTAX van has been on a whirlwind summer journey, gracing events across the UK and spreading the joy of instant photography. Now, it’s packing up its instant cameras and smartphone printers and embarking on a mission to capture the moments that matter most during Freshers’ Week.
So, what’s in store for you during this fantastic university tour? Let’s dive right in!
In autumn all the roads lead to Amsterdam – right to the IBC 2023. The world’s most inspiring content and technology convention is coming, and we are joining over 1000 businesses, media, and notable tech minds from more than 170 countries to explore, network, and showcase our latest innovative solutions.
This time, on September 15-18, we present two new Duvo Series lenses – FUJINON HZK24-300mm and HZK Wide.
Be sure to free your morning onSeptember 12 – X Summit 2023 will be on air!
Twice a year, Fujifilm takes all its new products, services and ideas for a great show to share the best innovative practices and technologies with our partners. This time, X Summit will be hosted in Stockholm and broadcasted at Fujifilm House of Photography in Covent Garden, in London. Click to join us online and be the first to learn about main novelties and upcoming products!
The screening starts at 10:30 and runs till 12:00. It is followed by the X Summit group discussion, FREE QMS Services, and the private viewing of our upcoming ’44:33′ exhibition showcasing the winners of the GFX Challenge 2023.
Running order (CET)
10:30-11:00 – Arrival, food and beverages
11:00 – Screening starts
12:00 – Screening finishes
12:00 onwards – X Summit group discussion, FREE QMS Services, and private viewing of gallery
To make a change, it’s not enough to keep up with the time, you must race against it – and look further. On 11-14 September, Fujifilm shows a new definition of printing quality presenting its UV inkjet technology for label and package printing at Labelexpo 2023 in Brussels.
As pioneers in UV inks, we’ve made a breakthrough by using TPO photoinitiators to achieve the best printing results. Due to the recent regulatory change in Europe, we re-thought the approach and now we are the first to introduce our innovative TPO-free ink solution.
It allows our original equipment manufacturers benefit from lower heat output and gives them an opportunity to avoid SVHC substances in their products. What’s important, new formulations ensure the same extraordinary speed, quality and high performance as traditional TPO-containing inks while fully complying to the latest sustainability regulations.
A 25-year-old Dutch photographer Isa de Jong presents her on-going photo project ‘Born in a Diamond Mine’ at Encontros da Imagem in Braga on September 15-18.
Using photography, drawings and notes, she portraits the face of Gen Z – with its personal and in-depth stories, dreams and fears planted in times of a crisis, environmental disasters, and global technological change. She aims to create a time capsule bottling the honest and vulnerable truth told by her contemporaries about their vision of the future. Through collaborative portraits, she offers a unique glimpse into their anxieties and uncertainties while also uncovering the shared experiences and lessons they’ve learned during the project.
Isa’s talent have been recognized by FOTODOK, which has selected her as one of the participants in the FOTODOK TALENT EMBASSY program. Thanks to the Pictoright Fund’s support, Isa and nine other emerging photographers got the opportunity to develop their skills and show their work at international photography festivals.