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Fujifilm Frontier 500 and 590 minilab

Mark Peters
Photokina report
Monday 25th, September 2006
Posted by: Mark Peters

Fuji Photo Film Co., Ltd. introduces at photokina a trio of new products developed to meet the increasingly diversifying needs of the retail photofinishing business. Since the initial launch of the Digital Minilab Frontier series in May 2000, the Frontier name has become synonymous with high-quality, high-speed print processing. Now, the Digital Minilab Frontier lineup is extended with the introduction of the new entry-level Frontier 500 and the top-of-the-line Frontier 590. Also of interest to photofinishers, new Fujifilm Easy Operation Software (FE Software) is a suite of applications conceived to enhance performance and operability of Digital Minilab Frontier systems.

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The market for printers faces a lot of competition. For those consumers who love to printer there are several print solutions available. The home and small office printers are popular but expensive in printing bulks of prints. Online print services and print kiosks in and outside retail channels offer also a perfect solution to get a print instantly or days later by mail. The print prices for online printing are very low and the ease-of-use of the - free - editing, photo book, and print software makes is very accessible for the average consumer. The Photokina show in Germany will showcase the latest developments in printers and print services. We will not forget about the large format printers, but also report on the compact home printers for 4-6” prints. Today’s amateur photographer with a cell phone, compact camera or DSLR / system camera, will not automatically print, but he will store the picture and share it via other channels with friends and family. Will the Photokina 2010 show learn us about new print solutions?