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Fujifilm unveils FUJIFILM Express print system Events Press releases 

Fujifilm unveils FUJIFILM Express print system

-Order high-quality photo prints directly from your smartphone full of long-stored images -A smartphone app-based and easy-to-order, in-store print ordering system -Space-saving and lower cost for photo stores FUJIFILM Corporation (President: Kenji Sukeno) is pleased to announce the development of FUJIFILM Express Print System, a system that enables users to order prints of photos they have taken with their smartphones... Read More
Avoid HEIF woes with this tip for users Tips and tricks 

Avoid HEIF woes with this tip for users

We’ve already covered the potential impact the new HEIF image format, introduced in Apple iOS 11, may have on kiosk customers. Some vendors have shared some updates on their systems, but we received a tip – tossed over the transom by a long-time tech vendor who wishes to remain anonymous – that might help in the meantime. (Thanks to you-know-who.)... Read More
UPDATED: What the HEIF is going on? Opinion 

UPDATED: What the HEIF is going on?

Updated: Vendor responses below New file format could pose challenge to photo retailers With the debut of new iPhone 8 models and a VR-driven iPhone X, Apple has more than doubled-down on its smartphone platform as an imaging device. Boasting 12MP cameras and a host of new portrait modes, all three new iPhones promise new photo frontiers. But, when it... Read More
New Photo Finale App Upgrade includes built-in photo editing New Products Sponsored post 

New Photo Finale App Upgrade includes built-in photo editing

New App Upgrade Available! Features: Creative Product Ordering & Built-in Photo Editing We are excited to bring you a big new 4.0 release for your iPhone/iPad ordering app. This opt-in upgrade includes: Full creative product ordering Adobe Creative Cloud photo editing Spanish and French translations Improvements to the quantity picker Bug fixes and performance enhancements The 4.x track of releases-to-come... Read More
A look at the kiosk trends of 2013 Marketing News 

A look at the kiosk trends of 2013

Our quotes in the Kiosks go SoLoMo: A look at the trends of 2013: “Gary Pageau, principal at InfoCircle and blogger for Kiosk Marketplace, said that retailers with photo kiosks have also benefited from the success of mobile with the use of geo-fencing. Retailers struggling to justify a fleet of kiosks, with the attendant updates, upgrades and maintenance, may find... Read More
Exclusive Kodak Alaris interview at Kiosk Marketplace Marketing News 

Exclusive Kodak Alaris interview at Kiosk Marketplace

From our post at KioskMarketplace.com: Earlier this month, the Eastman Kodak Co. completed the sale of its personalized imaging and document imaging businesses to the U.K. Kodak Pension Plan — a move ensuring the Kodak brand continues on with kiosks and consumer film. The new $1.3 billion company, Kodak Alaris, is staffed by experienced Kodak executives who know the business: Dolores Kruchten for... Read More
Photo kiosk observations: A vendor’s view, at KioskMarketplace News 

Photo kiosk observations: A vendor’s view, at KioskMarketplace

From our post at KioskMarketplace.com: Larry Adams, the senior vice president of Storefront.com, said photo kiosks still struggle to overcome a few archaic notions. Many kiosk vendors are striving to greatly simplify their UI and workflows, but this may actually be a hinderance to retailers. Today’s consumers are well-versed in kiosk usage, and are willing to engage in complex projects... Read More
Photo kiosks at CES, from Kioskmarketplace.com News Opinion 

Photo kiosks at CES, from Kioskmarketplace.com

Amid the 150,000 attendees wandering through 2,500 booths at the 2013 International CES, there was a little action in photo kiosks. Now that the Consumer Electronics Association has partnered with the Photo Marketing Association (PMA), there is a dedicated photography area at the LVH (formerly the Las Vegas Hilton). This is where the photo retailers search for the latest in... Read More
Photo kiosks: Looking ahead to 2013 News 

Photo kiosks: Looking ahead to 2013

From our post at Kioskmarketplace.com: With a tumultuous 2012 nearly behind us, let’s look ahead at photo kiosk trends for the next year: Going mobile: Just as pop-up stores – temporary promotional retail locations in seasonal or high-traffic areas – are hot new trend, look for pop-up photo kiosks.  These can be used for events, concerts, receptions and more. The... Read More
The next wave of photo kiosks go social Marketing 

The next wave of photo kiosks go social

Recently, we had the chance to talk with Alexander Lowe, CEO and founder of the new social photo kiosk maker, iSnap Social, which is featured in a blog post at KioskMarketplace. “First deployed in December of 2010, the company recently announced the 500,000th image shared via its kiosks, resulting in 100 million online impressions. “Snap Social’s Photo Station allows users... Read More
More dimensions in photo kiosks Marketing 

More dimensions in photo kiosks

Photo kiosks are still big news in the retail world. Much thanks to our friends at KioskMarketplace.com  for publishing our latest blog entry, ”More dimensions in photo kiosks.” Here’s an excerpt: “Fujifilm has long been a technology leader in photo printing and processing. Recently, the company demoed a 3-D printer designed to bring dimensional printing to retail… These are not 3-D... Read More
Future of photo kiosks at KioskMarketplace Marketing 

Future of photo kiosks at KioskMarketplace

Photo kiosks are still big news in the retail world. Much thanks to our friends at KioskMarketplace.com  for publishing our latest blog entry, “Predicting the future of photo kiosks.” Here’s an excerpt: “The compelling challenge of photo kiosk vendors is to build a better business case, based on total engagement, not just prints. Some vendors, like Lucidiom and Kodak, allow... Read More
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