Over a decade of collaboration
Fujifilm Japan first launched its own photo kiosk in 2001, and in 2004 Fujifilm Australia received permission to locally design and build their own kiosk with Neo Products.
The photo kiosk started as a simple digital ordering station with connectivity limited to the retail store. As services increased so did the popularity of the kiosk. In 2006 the kiosk was opened to an online network, and wholesale facilities started receiving orders for photobooks and other imaging products generated from an instore kiosk.
Neo Products produced the first Fujifilm Digital Photo Centre (DPC) in 2004.
Since then, we have manufactured over 20,000 self-service photo terminals for Fujifilm.
In 2015 Officeworks installed over 1,000 kiosks, each with its own Eftpos terminal and self-service release kiosk designed and built by Neo Products.
Fujifilm self-service photo terminals are operating in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Ireland, Salvinia & Croatia. Stores in Australia include Harvey Norman, Big W, Officeworks, Camera House & independent retailers
We are currently designing our 11th generation Fujifilm kiosk (DPC 1, 2, 3, NXT, XTR, SUR, Blade, Blade Lite, 40” Desktop and Release Kiosk)
In 2011 Transpix was launched, enabling connectivity between the kiosk and mobile applications, providing access to the billions of images stored on mobile devices.
Today Fujifilm offers a complete omnichannel digital service in retail. Photo and personalization services are provided by Australia’s leading retailers via kiosks, online and mobile, all of which are fully connected and centrally controlled from a cloud-based service. Retail customers today have a plethora of choices in services and products and multiple options in how and where they place their orders, all with the added convenience to collect the finished products in store or have them delivered directly to their homes.