Financial Results FY2021 Q1

Solid sales of instant photo systems drove revenue up 45.6% year-over-year to ¥72.6 billion and operating income to move into the black by ¥8.0 billion compared to the losses a year earlier.

In the consumer imaging field, revenues increased on solid sales of instant photo systems and dry minilabs / materials for retailers in the U.S. As an entry model of instant photo systems, which enables users to enjoy on-the-spot photo printing, we launched the instax mini 40 compatible with mini format film in April 2021. It was rated highly in the market for its classic camera design that never goes out of style, and achieved firm sales in Japan and overseas.

In the professional imaging field, sales of digital cameras remained steady, including the FUJIFILM GFX100S, a mirrorless digital camera which has gained a high reputation worldwide for its superior image quality using a large format sensor despite its compact body. Sales of broadcast and cinema lenses, which had been hit by a decline in demand due to the COVID-19 pandemic, turned upward, contributing to higher revenue. The monitoring / measurement field, including long-range surveillance cameras and machine vision lenses, also achieved significantly higher revenue than a year earlier.

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