Fujifilm Announces The GFX Disposable 645 Program


The continued success of the Fujifilm GFX lineup of cameras is bleeding over into Fujifilm’s film offerings with the announcement of the GFX 645 disposable camera. The GFX disposable will come with a 60mm f/4 lens and 25 frames of 400H 1600 ISO 645 film inside. If the program is popular Fujifilm will also offer ACROS 645 inside as an option for $6.45 more.

The GFX disposable will have a unique development process requiring a security deposit upon ordering the camera directly from Fujifilm, which you will receive back when the camera is sent in for development. The $100 deposit is fully refundable and accompanies a charge of $41.21 that covers the film and development process. The idea behind the product and program is to provide the masses with access to medium format cameras, so Fujifilm intends to not only send users of the program back their negatives, but Fujifilm will also scan them at 102MP to encourage the purchase of a GFX100/GFX100S camera.

Fujifilm hopes the program will accelerate the transition of DSLR photographers to the Fujifilm GFX platform and will offer the camera for at least one year.

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