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Nic Rossmüller : September 25th 2006 - 15:04 CET

Hama Rapid flash memory cards


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HamaHama Rapid flash memory cards : Extremely quick - most people would think of motorsport, where presently the exemplary career of a German driver nears its end. In terms of photography, however, we are referring to memory cards with rapid write and read speeds. This is where the accessories pro Hama is on the verge of a tremendous breakthrough with its new Tech Line. On the occasion of the photokina, Hama announces CompactFlash and Secure Digital cards, with respectively 1, 2 and 4 GB capacity. The Tech Line memory cards - with continuous write speeds of up to 22 MB per second, especially developed for HD video and high-resolution video recordings - are particularly recommended for digital lens reflex cameras which are gaining in sales.
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Successful shootings of sports events often have only fractions of a second available. A basic requirement for success is that the write speed and capacity also continually support standards. The exclusive Tech Line is available from specialised dealers starting October, and can be easily recognised there by its unique and eye-catching packaging. Presented in an upscale black and silver box, with a transparent window and an immediately apparent note regarding the swift speed and 10 year guarantee. Innovation and Imagination are the fundamentals Hama has employed from its inception, which has created the exemplary track record as a family owned business, full of tradition and constantly searching for new markets and technologies.

About Hama
With 16,000 products, Hama is one of the leading accessory companies, specializing in the field of Photo, Video, Audio, Computer and Telecommunications and now employs about 2,000 people around the World. At its headquarters in Monheim, 1,300 people are diligently performing their daily duties to maximize the growing success of Hama. This also extends to our Subsidiaries, Trade Partners and Production sites in Europe and all over the World. The presence of Hama is truly global, thanks to its quality products, customer service and competent partners. Hama's philosophy since the beginning was to provide the most advanced technical facilities to maintain and improve its performance and quality structure. In 1997, Hama opened its state of the art logistic and distribution center with a fully automated high bay warehouse. This investment has shown many benefits not only in maintenance of product, but the speed at which can be delivered to the market.





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