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New version of Wunderbars now available

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Wednesday October 27, 2010

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New version of Wunderbars now available

Fujifilm has launched a new version of Wunderbars - the revolutionary framing system for canvas prints.

Wunderbars White is constructed of Swedish Pine and uses a slimmer profile wood (33mm x 46mm) than previous models. This means less waste is created in the manufacture, making Wunderbars White the environmentally friendly canvas wrap solution. Wunderbars White come in packs of 24 with sizes ranging from 8" right up to 30".

This new range features the same unique self tensioning corner blocks that made the original Wunderbars so popular. They ensure the canvas never sags and that the print will remain taught. This exclusive system also allows the frame to contract and expand according to the room's temperature and humidity.

Peter Wigington, Marketing Manager for Fujifilm's Photo Imaging Group explained the benefits for retailers: "Wunderbars White enables shops to still offer high quality canvas wraps but at a more economical price. Canvases have always offered great profits for retailers and the release of this new range of stretcher bars will mean even higher margins."

Wunderbars' constant tension stretcher bars are even easier than standard stretchers to construct and stretch canvas prints. Wunderbars are precision machined so there is no need to measure the frame to get it square or constantly hit the frame with a mallet to keep it square during stretching, it will always remain square. There is no requirement for complicated or overpriced stretching systems, machinery or devices, the only tool necessary is a staple gun.

Check out www.wunderbars.com for further details or email greenbox@fuji.co.uk


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About Fujifilm
Fujifilm is a global leader in imaging technology, products and services including digital cameras, photofinishing, digital storage and recording media, consumer and professional film, motion picture film, professional video, printing systems, medical imaging, office technology, flat panel displays and graphic arts. The company employs more than 73,000 people worldwide, with 178 subsidiaries stretching across four continents.

Uniquely placed to be a market leader in digital imaging, Fujifilm develops and manufactures its own sensors, lenses and processing technology. In addition to its production plants and R&D operations in Japan, the company has key manufacturing facilities in Europe and the USA for core products such as colour film, colour paper, single use cameras and CTP printing plates, and has further factories in Brazil and China. It has a global turnover in excess of 13 billion.

In the UK, Fujifilm has been supplying the imaging, printing and graphics industries, as well as consumers, professional and enthusiast photographers, with high quality, innovative products and services for over 25 years. Fujifilm UK currently employs more than 450 people and has become one of the country's most popular photographic and imaging brands.

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