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    In Japan, they have had ISO1000 APS one time cameras for 2 years and the latest is ISO1600 35mm lineup.
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    Fuji is the big seller at Walmart. How much did they have to bend to get the Walmart account?

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    George: I think it's cool that the name Fujifilm is getting visibility. However, it's not really an effort to promote film by Fuji, it's simply a corporate branding effort. The legal company name is Fuji Photo Film Co., Ltd. Fujifilm is likely a legal dba for the company, and is obviously a trademarked name that is a shortened name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roteague
    Fuji hasn't had a strong film advertising presence in the US for sometime. However, this is not the case in the UK. For example, here is a tidbit I picked up in Outdoor Photography (UK):

    "Light & Land Together with Fujichrome and Calumet present an exhibition of landscape photography at Calumet. July 19th - August 31st 2006. 9:00am to 5:30pm Monday to Saturday. www.calumetphoto.co.uk"
    They were advertising Provia on the back of AP last year, havn't seen any ads since, don't know if that is a good idea or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roteague
    Fuji hasn't had a strong film advertising presence in the US for sometime.
    Hi Robert,

    Although I use mostly Kodak products, I have noticed nothing but Fuji film advertsing. For example: They've had inserts in PDN for the last year showcasing film and film photographers - a magazine for mostly commercial photographers, and they had a strong film presence at Photo Plus Expo - where the vast majority of the content is digital, software and computers.

    Compared to Kodak, these are two examples more than what I have seen from Kodak. Ironically, it's Kodak's 'film is dead' contraversy that has generated more advertising and publicity than anything else!

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    I ordered 20 Rolls 120 Neopan400 immediately. Advertising helps !

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