BRIEFS: October 13

Fujifilm travels to Townsville

Fujifilm is holding a roadshow in Townsville featuring a range of its imaging products for ‘retailers, pharmacies, schools, event organisers, tour operators, wedding photographers and other photography specialists’.

It will be held at the Jupiters Townsville Hotel and Casino on Tuesday October 25, from 2 – 9pm.

Equipment on display will include:
– BizziBOX – ‘the ultimate portable event photography solution suitable for anywhere, anytime’;
– Photo Booth – provides three photo strips, fast print times and lots of graphic designs;
– DPC kiosks;
– Binding equipment for producing calendars;
– Fujifilms’ Dry Lab finishing system;
– The latest Fujifilm digital cameras.

Refreshments will be served during the event.

Business operators who wish to attend should register with Michelle Van Wezel on 07 3552 6700 or [email protected]

Wollongong CH flies with local Hawks

Wollongong Camera House has signed on as a major sponsor of the Wollongong Hawks NBL basketball team.

The company will take all match and presentation photos as well also all photos associated with fund-raising and school events. All photos will be posted on the store’s website.

Wollongong Camera House and Nikon branding will features on players’ uniforms and on court.

PICA transmogrifies

In addition to a name change to the ‘Imaging & Digital Entertainment Association’ (IDEA) PICA members will vote on the expansion of its membership base to include importers of all digital lifestyle products, including personal computers, software and accessories, TVs and smartphones at the annual general meeting on November 22.

Members will vote on the adoption of a new constitution to allow a range of categories of membership with a range of entitlements.

PICA is reported as expecting eight new companies to join the new association after the major change of emphasis and objectives is endorsed at the November meeting.

‘…we are a democratic organisation and thus have a need to consult with both our own wider membership and our business partners, such as the AIPP and PMA, on the new directions we seek to pursue,’ said PICA president Dave Marshall.

He anticipated the board’s recommendations for change will have the full support of PICA members


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