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HPF launches digital imaging, laser print films

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THE sinking integrated photo film manufacturing unit Hindustan Photo Films Manufacturing Co Ltd (HPF) is striving to make a comeback with the launch of newer products like the digital imaging films (DIF) for medical diagnostic systems, ink-jet papers of photographic quality and film for the laser printing industry.

The DIF was soft launched here on Friday. HPF is planning to introduce the product in a phased manner throughout the State and across borders as well.

The DIF, specially designed by the company's research and development centre, is a daylight film, which does not require wet processing, processing chemicals, exposure units or dark room conditions. The product has been developed for recording images from digital radiographic systems involving CT Scan, MRI, Echo Cardiogram and other digital systems.

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