Have an account? Login | New to Lomography? Register | Lab | Current Site:

Early last week, Fuji Photo Film Co. marked its 79th year of existence since it was established in Japan way back in 1934.

Fuji Photo Film Co., or more commonly known as Fujifilm, was established in 1934 to be the first Japanese producers of photographic film. But what started as just a simple company that produces photographic, motion-picture, and X-Ray films, Fujifilm has expanded to optical glasses, lenses, and both medical and digital imaging equipment throughout the years, becoming a formidable force against its Western rival, Eastman Kodak.

To us analogue lovers, Fujifilm is more known and beloved for its line-up of film like the slides (Fujichrome) Velvia, Provia, Astia, and Sensia, as well as their color negatives (Fujicolor) Reala, Superia.

And let’s not forget, the Fuji Neopan series, and of course, the fun-loving Instax series of cameras and instant film.

Have you got anything to say about Fujifilm? Or perhaps, you can share your favorite photograph using your favorite Fujifilm? Leave them below!

written by geegraphy

4 comments

  1. istionojr

    istionojr

    stay up there Fuji! :D

    over 1 year ago · report as spam
  2. jabuka

    jabuka

    Fortia is one of my favorite Fuji film. My favorite fortia photo is here. http://www.lomograph(…)os/17218447

    over 1 year ago · report as spam
  3. geegraphy

    geegraphy

    @jabuka Awesome! Fortia was only released in Japan, right? :)

    over 1 year ago · report as spam
  4. jabuka

    jabuka

    Thank you. I don't know Fortia was ever sold outside of Japan because it was (seasonal) limited production film.

    over 1 year ago · report as spam

Read this article in another language

This is the original article written in: English. It is also available in: Русский, Deutsch, Spanish, Português & 中文(繁體版).