Fujifilm released new instant camera with a twist

Fujifilm released a new instant camera with better feature aiming to get customers excited about instant camera back. The manufacturer still believes that instant camera have a market even after Polaroid had decided to ditch the market back in 2008. With a price tag of only $130, the manufacturer hopes that this camera will bring back the intimacy in a photo.

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Fujifilm touts the new anti-smartphone camera X-T10 as a treat for purist photographers

In what seems to be the smaller alternative for X-T1, Fujifilm touts the anti-smartphone camera X-T10 the best pick for its price. Basically, X-T10 is projected towards traditional photographers who are obsessed with the complexities of manual camera adjustments or settings. In other words, Fujifilm claims X-T10 to be a handy and worthy companion for the ones who despise touchscreen and adore the touch of physical buttons.

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Japan's Fujifilm agrees to buy Cellular Dynamics for $307 million

Japan's Fujifilm Holdings Corp (4901.T) said on Monday it has agreed to acquire U.S. biotechnology firm Cellular Dynamics International Inc (CDI) (ICEL.O) for $307 million.

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Fujifilm cautious on Avigan profitability, eyes Ebola spread

Japan's Fujifilm Holdings Corp said it was difficult to estimate the profitability of its influenza drug Avigan, which has been earmarked to fight Ebola, given the uncertainty over the spread of virus, a company executive said on Thursday.

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China military-linked firm eyes quick approval of drug to cure Ebola

A Chinese drugmaker with close military ties is seeking fast-track approval for a drug that it says can cure Ebola, as China joins the race to help treat a deadly outbreak of a disease that has spread from Africa to the United States and Europe.

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