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Fuji Frontier 340

frontier340High-Speed, High Capacity, Small Size, Outstanding Quality – Thanks to New, Faster Processing Frontier 340 Technology.

The Frontier 340 Digital Minilab has won worldwide acclaim for the incomparable true-digital print quality produced by a revolutionary CCD scanner and Fujifilm’s proprietary, state-of-the-art laser exposure system. The Frontier 340 represents a major technological breakthrough, achieving an outstandingly high production speed of 900 prints per hour at 3R size or 800 prints per hour at 4R size. This has never before been attained whit a machine of this size, thanks to a newly developed, faster processing chemical system.

The Frontier 340 performs its magic in a remarkably small space – with a footprint of just 1.2 square meters (13 square feet). You can place one in a small kiosk or in a corner of a larger store – offering quick, onsite processing service wherever your customers are. With its many advanced features, the Frontier 340 is easier than ever for the operator – with an improved icon-based user interface and a larger operations screen.

Frontier 340 Technical Advancements That Make a Visible Difference

Innovative digital imaging technology is the basis for the excellent reputation of the Frontier 340. From the area CCD to the solid-state laser exposure system – each innovation has been developed with the goal of providing reliable, optimal image reproduction.

In between digital input and output, the Frontier 340 incorporates an impressive suite of image-processing software designed to make each and every photo come out as close to perfect as possible. The scanning unit of the Frontier 340 is an innovative device called the area CCD – which delivers excellent performance in spite of its small size.

The new chemical system of the Frontier 340, called CP-49E, represents a dramatic improvement in speed and throughput – while also saving space.  The laser system of the Frontier 340 makes a visible difference in print quality – with exceptionally sharp, high-resolution images resulting from the laser’s tight beam and narrow wavelength characteristics.