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November 30, 2005

Fujifilm Professional launches film processing promotion

Fujifilm Professional has unveiled Shoot & Scan, a new promotion that gives photographers discounts on processing and scanning at professional laboratories across the UK.

Shoot & Scan is designed to help photographers who want the unsurpassed image quality that film provides, combined with the versatility of digital files. A discount of 25% is available when any Fujifilm Professional 35mm or 120 roll film is processed and scanned on the standard service offered by each individual participating laboratory. The offer includes standard processing of C41, E6 or Black & White 35mm or 120 roll film with jpeg files scanned onto CD at approximately 6.4MB.

The promotion is open to all photographers - professional, amateur and student, and runs until April 1st 2006. Shoot & Scan is also being promoted to the 250 UK Colleges and Universities that have been invited to take part in the 2006 Fujifilm Student Awards. One of the aims of the promotion is to help pro labs gain new business and to establish new relationships between pro labs and future professional photographers.

Discount vouchers can be downloaded from the website, www.shootandscan.co.uk -the website also features a searchable database of participating labs. For further details on Shoot & Scan please visit the website or contact Jerry Deeney on 0207 465 5819 or via email, jdeeney@fuji.co.uk

Posted by covey22 at November 30, 2005 4:45 PM