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KIS DKS 17 and DKS 16 series digital minilabs
Ilse Jurriën : September 27th 2006 - 19:05 CET
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Kis photo me groupKIS DKS 17 and DKS 16 series digital minilabs : The DKS 17 and DKS 16 Series digital minilabs - arguably the most advanced photo printing systems available today - are on display this week at the photokina trade show in the KIS/Photo-Me Group booth (Hall 10.2, Stand A-050 - C-059). Pound for pound and dollar for dollar, these fully featured, highly efficient “Generation 3” digital minilabs outperform and outproduce competitive minilabs despite their smaller footprint, the company said today. The three DKS 17 Series minilabs pack an incredible amount of productivity into a remarkably small footprint, according to KIS/Photo-Me - printing up to 2,000 4x6-inch prints an hour at 350-dpi resolution.
KIS DKS 17 and DKS 16 series digital minilabsDKS minilab - MSB HD Exposure system
Both DKS series feature KIS/Photo-Me’s proprietary, award-winning MSB HD Exposure System - which increases the LCD pixel count by 48 percent - for exceptional image quality. There is also a new easy-to-use operator interface, a Quick Load paper apparatus to minimize downtime, and a “hub and spoke” architecture that allows the operation of multiple self-serve kiosks to optimize productivity and revenue-generation. All DKS 17 and DKS 16 Series models take up less than one square meter of floor space, KIS/Photo-Me said, and connect to the company’s new album printer - PhotoBookPro.

KIS DKS minilabs for photofinishing industries
"Our new DKS minilabs are designed for the re-emerging photofinishing industry’s growing needs for quality and efficiency - compact, versatile, economical units able to produce, or direct the production of, a range of personal photo products,” said Thierry Villard, President of KIS/Photo-Me. “We think that photo retailers will find the image quality, speed and unequaled autonomy of our newest DKS minilabs very appealing and effective imaging solutions.”

KIS DKS 17 and DKS 16 series minilabs - Prints
The DKS 17 Series - DKS 1770: 2,000 4x6-inch prints per hour; DKS 1750: 1,500 4x6-inch prints per hour; DKS 1710: 1,000 4x6-inch prints per hour - is designed for high-to-moderate volume retail photofinishing operations offering prints and personal products up to 12x18 inches. The DKS 16 Series - DKS 1670: 2,000 4x6-inch prints per hour; DKS 1610: 1,000 4x6-inch prints per hour - is a good choice for labs and photo retailers with high-to-moderate production requirements with no need for printing larger than 8x12 inches, KIS/Photo-Me said.

KIS DKS 17 minilabs - 350-dpi resolution LED light source
All five models employ the MSB HD Exposure System - a precise, reliable 350-dpi resolution LED light source designed and developed by the company’s renowned R&D program. Its sharpness and color accuracy exceed that of the company’s DKS 15 Series minilabs that won the last four DIMA Shoot-Out competitions in the United States for image quality. The DKS 17 Series and 16 Series minilabs are manufactured in Singapore to exacting specifications under an OEM agreement with Solectron Corp.

KIS Generation 3 minilabs - Hub and Spoke architecture
These “Generation 3” minilabs take full advantage of the capabilities and benefits that digital imaging provides, KIS/Photo-Me said, while offering an industry-leading design and the latest, most innovative features. For example, the “hub and spoke” architecture of the units allows them to support up to 99 remote networked kiosks. This means photo retailers can dramatically increase their volumes and even extend their business well beyond their store walls, KIS said.

KIS DKS 16 and DKS 17 Minilabs - Perfectly Clear software
Also, the DKS 17 Series and DKS 16 Series minilabs come equipped with Perfectly Clear image-correction technology, plus Eye-Tech red eye removal and the ICC v2.0 automatic ICC profile application to compensate for less-than-perfect results caused by the camera or the camera user, the company said. Simplicity comes from ergonomically unique paper cassettes that are both easy to load and easy to install, which minimizes downtime. So does an optional chemistry extension module that allows the user to empty effluents, replenish water and swap out concentrated chemical bottles at the same time. A DKS minilab equipped with both the chemistry extension module and an optional second paper feeder can run the entire day without interruption, KIS/Photo-Me said - producing as many as 7,000 4x6-inch prints, or more than 280 individual orders. The “Generation 3” DKS 17 Series and DKS 16 Series digital minilabs are available today.

About KIS/Photo-Me Group
KIS Photo-Me Group, a division of Photo-Me International plc, is a leading developer, manufacturer and provider of on-site digital image processing solutions for the photo retailer industry. A worldwide enterprise with headquarters in Grenoble, France, the division operates subsidiaries in the United States, United Kingdom, Brazil, Japan and China. PMI and its KIS Photo-Me division manufacture and market award-winning DKS minilabs, innovative digital photo kiosks, photo booths and other imaging products.

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