Fujifilm Frontier 710
PMA 2010 Report
Fujifilm USA, announced the Frontier 710 Digital Lab System. Part of the award-winning Frontier Series of lab systems, the Fujifilm Frontier 710 is a compact digital printer processor capable of producing up to 810 4R prints per hour. The Frontier 710 can be installed in a 14 ft2 space, offers a standard printing capacity of up to 24 inches in length, and features Fujifilm’s Image Intelligence technology. Image Intelligence automatically compensates for problematic conditions such as poor lighting, backlighting and high contrast, as well as over- or under- exposure. The Frontier 710 also offers a “one-touch” replenishing chemistry system, using Fujifilm CP-49E chemistry.
Fujifilm Frontier 710
Customers may also add options such as; 36-inch paper advance (for print sizes up to 8” x 36”); the capability for up to three built-in paper magazines; and an automated quality control strip processing. The system also features imaging controller technology, that enables job prioritization of print orders to handle express orders. The Frontier 710 image controller functionality is based on the Frontier PIC software technology, to offer optimum workflow efficiency and connectivity to Fujifilm GetPix kiosks and Internet photofinishing solutions.
Fujifilm Frontier 710 - SP500 film scanner
The Frontier 710 supports the SP500 film scanner for efficient, automated 35mm film scanning, and is able to interface with to the SP3000 film scanner, allowing for scanning a wider range of formats including APS and medium-format films.
Fujifilm brings continuous innovation and leading-edge products to a broad spectrum of industries including medical, life sciences, consumer electronic, chemical, graphic arts, information systems, photography and office products based on its vast portfolio of digital, optical, fine chemical and thin film coating technologies. The company provides products and services that contribute to the advancement of culture, science, technology and industry, as well as to improved health and environmental protection. It is the global leader in digital minilabs; Computed Radiography systems; ink dyes, pigments and UV inks for inkjet printers and materials used in the production of flat panel displays. It was ranked number 15 for US patents granted in 2006, employs more than 75,000 people worldwide and in the year ended March 31, 2006, had global revenues of $22.8 billion.