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Nic Rossmüller : April 4th 2007 - 22:07 CET
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WolverineWolverine multimedia player RAW file support : Wolverine Data Inc. released a firmware upgrade to its ESP portable multimedia player that provides the industry’s only RAW file format support for the Sony Alpha DSLR-A100, Canon 400D and Canon Digital Rebel XTi cameras. Photographers can offload RAW or JPEG digital photos directly from their cameras, eliminating the need to carry a laptop or buy expensive memory cards. Afterwards, they can view, zoom, rotate and evaluate the EXIF and histogram information of their JPEG, bitmap, tiff, text or RAW images on the crystal-clear 3.6-in. screen, a TV or a computer and print directly to supported printers. The ESP’s built-in 7-in-1 card reader accepts all popular memory cards.
Wolverine multimedia player RAW file supportRAW file support - Memory cards
An optional adapter accepts MS-Duo, MS Pro-Duo, Mini-SD and RS-MMC. RAW files supported cameras include selected models of Canon, Nikon, Fujifilm, Olympus, Kodak, Pentax, Minolta, Konica Minolta, Panasonic, Contax, Leica and Sony. The Wolverine ESP Model 5160 features a razor-sharp 3.6-inch TFT LCD display and the ability to store and view as many as 80,000 digital photos, play 320 hours of video or 50,000 songs, plus the capability to record television programs and FM radio all in a 5.3”x2.8”x0.9” footprint that weighs 10.2 ounces.

Wolverine portable multimedia - Price & Availability
It is ideal for professional and serious amateur photographers as well as for consumers who want the most extensive array of multimedia/multifunction capabilities in the palm of their hand. The Wolverine ESP is available in four models, ranging in capacity from 80GB to 160GB, with prices starting at $379.00. It can be purchased online and at leading retailers.

About Wolverine Data
Wolverine Data, Inc. designs sleek, rugged, mobile products that simplify how people back up, store, capture, view and share data such as photos, videos and music for professional and recreational uses.

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