Tag: history

Spotlight 113: Fujifilm’s first twin-lens reflex camera

In 1954, Fujifilm introduced the Fujicaflex, which it developed to be the finest twin-lens reflex camera produced in Japan. Distinguishing itself from the many cheap models then on the market, the Fujicaflex incorporated a cutting-edge lens that delivered beautiful, high-resolution photos. The Fujicaflex was very favorably received by […]

Spotlight 108: Making night time photos a reality

At the beginning of the 1950s, amateur photography was beginning to take off. Addressing these new needs, Fujifilm introduced NEOPAN SS, a new monochrome roll film. Its big innovation was the extremely high sensitivity: it offered an ASA film speed of 100, and with it 2.5 times the […]

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