Liza Soberano is the new face of Fujifilm Philippines

Fujifilm Philippines has officially unveiled Liza Soberano as its latest brand ambassador in their Photo Art City event held at the Mall of Asia. One of the most sought-after celebrities in the Philippines, Liza is the perfect choice to lead Fujifilm’s line of stylish and compact cameras with her young and vibrant persona.

Liza Soberano takes a selfie with the Fujifilm X-A3 together with the heads of Fujifilm PH

Considered as one of the most stunning faces in the country today, Liza has been always the subject of cameras. However, she also expressed her interest in being the one behind the lens. “I’ve always liked taking photos of beautiful unforgettable moments, places and other people,” she said. “I’m very interested in taking photos other than of myself and I actually want to venture into photography in the future. I’m so lucky to be Fujifilm’s IT girl as I’ve been using a Fujifilm camera ever since.”

On choosing Liza to be the brand ambassador, Ryo Nagaoka, director of Fujifilm PH said, “Liza Soberano is the perfect example of the elegant, beautiful and stylish woman of today’s generation. Not afraid of being herself and showing creativity, the X-A3 woman is smart as she will always go for form and  function in choosing her gadgets without ever putting a compromise in style.”
The fun and colorful Instax Mini 9 collection

Liza shares her fondness of Fujifilm’s Instax cameras, with the Instax Mini 9 and the new Instax SQ10 hybrid camera as her favorites. Also on display during the event is the Fujifilm X-A3 camera which the actress uses for capturing professional images.
With the all-new Instax SQ10 hybrid camera, you can now view and edit photos before printing them!

The Fujifilm X-A3 is available at brown, silver and pink varieties for PHP 33,999. The Instax SQ10 can be purchased for PHP 14,999 and the Instax Mini 9 is yours at PHP 3,999. You can get one of these in all Fujifilm authorized dealers nationwide.

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