Fujifilm Canada Launches
Industry First Three-Year Warranty on Real
Photo Technology Cameras
Mississauga, ON, October 2, 2006
Fujifilm Canada today announces a
three-year warranty on all Real Photo Technology
(RPT) digital cameras purchased on or after
October 1, 2006.
Strong warranties are a critical
before you buy consideration,
says Doug Snyder, Senior Marketing Manager,
Digital Cameras, Fujifilm Canada. A
good warranty should provide consumers added
assurance toward their purchase. The extended
coverage of our new three-year warranty
provides digital camera consumers a level
of confidence unmatched in the category,
Consumers who purchase a Fujifilm RPT camera
can activate years two and three of their
warranty at www.fujiowner.ca.
Registration through this owner-only website
allows Fujifilm representatives to respond
quickly and accurately to camera queries
and repair requests.
Todays announcement is just
another example of Fujifilms confidence
it its products and services. Our customers
can breathe easier knowing that their investment
in our digital cameras is fully supported
by Fujifilm, says Snyder.
About Fuji Photo Film Canada Inc
Fuji Photo Film Canada Inc. is a wholly
owned subsidiary of Fuji Photo Film Co.
Ltd. of Tokyo, one of the world's leading
imaging and information product developers
and manufacturers. Fuji Photo Film Canada
is based in Mississauga, Ontario, with regional
offices in Montreal and Vancouver.
Fuji Photo Film Canada creates new dimensions
in photography and storage media by introducing
innovative technologies in the digital camera,
digital and film photofinishing, camera
and data media categories. Recent advancements
such as Digital Super CCD, Image Intelligence,
4th Colour Layer Film Technology, ATOMM
and NANOCUBIC Media have helped the company
establish itself as the brand of choice
by Canadian consumers.
Fuji Photo Film Canada Inc. also makes
environmentally friendly practices central
to its business including its operations,
its products and its community outreach.
Green is more than just its corporate colour.
It is a symbol of its commitment to improving
our world - one person, one classroom, and
one species at a time. Their efforts and
dedication to continual improvement is reflected
in the ISO 14001:1996 certification achieved
in 2001 and ISO 9001:2001 in 2004.