[DigIT] It’s well-known that Fujifilm successfully diversified after the photographic film market peaked in the year 2000. Yet Fujifilm had been taking on the challenge of new businesses long before this—even when film sales were still strong and growing!
Photographic film consists of a film base with several light-sensitive emulsion layers coated on top of it. In the latter half of the 1950s, Fujifilm produced TAC (triacetate cellulose) as a film base, which was noted for its attractive, high-quality surface. Fujifilm’s TAC offered exceptional transparency and smoothness, as well as beneficial optical characteristics.
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