Fujifilm Memory Stick Duo Pro

Fujifilm Memory Stick Duo Pro : Fujifilm, already the market leader in memory cards for digital devices, has announced the introduction of the Memory Stick Duo, Memory Stick Pro and Memory Stick Duo Pro to its range. The additions complete Fujifilm’s media card offering, which now includes every format available on the market. The Memory Stick Duo is part of Fujifilm’s consumer range of memory cards, which also includes CompactFlash, MemoryStick, xD-Picture Card, MMCMobile, MiniSD and standard SD cards. The card can be used in a range of consumer devices, from digital cameras to the much-anticipated Sony PSP. The Memory Stick Pro and Memory Stick Duo Pro fall within Fujifilm’s range of memory cards for professional photographers.

Fujifilm Professional memory card
The formats excel at moving data very quickly, and offer users with Memory Stick-compatible devices the very best in terms of transfer speed to and from the card. The Memory Stick Pro and Duo Pro are capable of withstanding the most demanding of photographic and digital applications. They join the Compact Flash 40x, 100x and 133x, and Standard SD card, 60x & 133x speeds, in Fujifilm’s Professional memory card range.

Fujifilm - More demand than ever
Adrian Clarke, Fujifilm’s Director of Photo Products, said, "The Sony PSP will be incredibly popular in the UK, which means that there will be even more demand than ever for the Memory Stick format. With the introduction of Memory Stick to its range, Fujifilm now offers every single media card format available on the market."

Fujifilm offers every memory card format available
"When consumers need storage media, all they need to do is look out for the Fujifilm brand. With such an array of memory cards on the market, and the increasing amount of devices requiring them, being able to look out for a single, reliable and high quality brand greatly simplifies the choice for consumers."

About Fujifilm
Fujifilm is a global leader in imaging technology, products and services including digital cameras, photofinishing, digital storage and recording media, consumer and professional film, motion picture film, professional video, printing systems, medical imaging, office technology, flat panel displays and graphic arts. The company employs more than 73,000 people worldwide, with 178 subsidiaries stretching across four continents.

Posted: Fri - September 2, 2005 at 11:50 PM