"Sending Memories in Eight Digits"
A Professional Photo Service Using Net Print Has Started
July 30, 2010
TOKYO, July 30, 2010 — Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd. launched a new campaign called "Sending Memories in Eight Digits" from July 28 to invite more customers to enjoy the Net Print Service that allows documents and images to be printed after an online registration, through Fuji Xerox's multi-use copier at any Seven-Eleven store in Japan.
"MEET THE SHUTTERS!" Photo Service
"MEET THE SHUTTERS!" is a photographing service targeting tourists at summer event sites: Professional photographers will travel by a special studio trailer that follows the schedule below. The photographers will take portrait photographs in a specially arranged trailer carrying lighting equipment, ventilator and other photography devices. The photographs will be uploaded onsite via Net Print and customers will be provided with an eight-digit confirmation number. They can then print these pictures easily as L-size high quality pictures using the digital photograph printing function of a multi-use copier for 30 yen per copy at any Seven-Eleven stores nationwide.
Simultaneously, a photography crew will visit the event sites mentioned below to snap photos that can be also printed at Seven-Eleven. These services allow customers to print as many photographs as they would like within one week with the same confirmation number so they can share their summer memories with friends.
- "Sending Memories in Eight Digits" campaign site URL launches July 30th (only in Japanese):
Top page of the campaign site
|July 28～August 31||2010 Summer Sacas Akasaka Big Bang (at Akasaka Sacas)
(Portrait photo shooting will be conducted July 28～August 1,21,22,28, and 29 only.)
|August 3～8||FM Yokohama Beach House (Yuigahama Beach, Kamakura, Kanagawa)|
|August 10||Uji River Firework Festival (Uji Park, Kyoto)|
|August 13～15||SUNSTAR Ora2 presents J-WAVE LIVE2000+10
(First Gymnasium, Yoyogi National Stadium)
|August 19||Jingu Gaien Firework Festival (Meiji-Jingu Gaien)|
- Note 1
- Cancellations and delays are subject to the convenience of event sponsors.