REACH Regulation (EC), Article 33
Since 1 June 2007 REACH, Regulation (EC) 1907/2006 of the European Parliament and the Commission of 18 December 2006 on Registration, Evaluation and Authorisation of Chemicals (REACH), is in force.
There are certain so-called 'Substances of very high Concern' (SVHC), which will have to undergo an authorisation process under the new legislation. Those substances may potentially not get this authorisation or may get the authorisation for limited uses only. Those substances are described in more detail in  Article 57 of REACH and will initially be published on the so-called 'Candidate List' (see Art. 59.1), before they can be included in Annex XIV, the 'List of Substances Subject to Authorisation'. The Candidate List currently comprises 30 substances (status: April 2010). It is available at

In compliance with article 33 of the REACH-Regulation (EC) 1907/2006 of the European Parliament and the Commission of 18 December 2006, there is a "duty to communicate information on substances in articles", if one or more of the substances published exceeds the concentration of 0,1 % weight by weight.

Digital camera cables
It is generally known that cables of electric and electronic equipment may contain phthalates, including the following that is listed on the candidate list for substances of very high concern:

CAS.No.117-81-7 :  Bis (2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP)   

The substance listed above may also be contained in our cables for electric and electronic equipment above the threshold level of 0.1% by weight.
We, FUJIFILM Electronic Imaging Europe GmbH, are well aware of our responsibilities regarding the safe use of chemicals and will comply with our obligations under REACH.

FUJIFILM Neopan 400CN contains a plasticiser substance that atesexceeds the concentration of 0,1 % weight by weight under REACH, at a concentration of 0.15-0.25% w/w.

CAS.No: 84-74-2       : Dibutyl phthalate (DBP)

For safe use FUJIFILM recommends film is kept out of the reach of children, Do not place in the mouth. When film is handled for extended periods of time, wearing gloves is advised.

Information for processing laboratories: treat scrap film as hazardous waste.

The substance listed above will be phased out as part of our obligations under REACH.

We have asked our suppliers of materials, component and finished products to provide us information on substances concerned in the supplied items and will continuously update and specify those information on our web page.