Valhalla, N.Y. – Fujifilm North America said Friday it is now
offering a special pink digital camera bundle to benefit the
, a non-profit
organization dedicated to spreading knowledge and fostering hope in the fight
against breast cancer.
The camera package, which will be available through the remainder
of 2010, will carry a $160 suggested retail and includes a Fujifilm FinePix Z70
digital camera in “Berry,” a multi-colored camera pouch, a digital photo frame
keychain and a coupon for a free customizable cafÃ© mug from
, Fujifilm’s photo printing,
gifting and sharing website.
The package will also include a brochure entitled, “What Every
Woman Needs To Know” from the National Breast Cancer Foundation, with important
information about breast cancer detection and prevention.
The Fujifilm Pink Breast Cancer Awareness Camera bundle will be
carried regionally by J&R in New York and Electronics Expo in New Jersey,
and will be available nationally through Amazon.com and ShopFujifilm.com.
“We are proud to be offering the Breast Cancer Awareness camera.
Fujifilm is not only providing consumers an appealing camera package, but in
the process, we’re helping to build awareness for a vital women’s health issue,
and supporting a stellar organization,” stated Marci Lane, Fujifilm North
America electronic imaging division product manager.
Fujifilm said it will also include an additional print with all
print orders filled during the month of October that will help to generate
awareness of the efforts of the NBCF as well as invite visitors to the newly
refreshed Images of Health website, and its Spanish-language counterpart,
The sites encourage women of all ages to tell their stories of breast
cancer survival and give their personal advice for healthy living.
Fujifilm will donate $1 for each story shared, $2 for each story
with a photo posted, and $2 for each video, with a commitment to contributing
up to $50,000 to the NBCF.
Fujifilm said it is committed to raising awareness of the
life-saving importance of mammography. Mammograms remain the best screening
method for detecting breast cancer early when it is most treatable