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Ralf Jurrien : September 13th 2007 - 20:38 CET

Sony Professional Printer Group selected FotoNation


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FotoNationSony Professional Printer Group selected FotoNation : FotoNation, Inc., a world-leading imaging solutions company for the digital photography industry, announced that it has been selected by Sony’s Professional Printer Group to provide its award winning digital Red-Eye Correction technology for new professional Sony photo printers, Picture Station Kiosks, and photo application products. “Sony is a premier provider of superior digital photography products within the industry,” said Eran Steinberg, CEO of FotoNation. “Being selected by Sony as their provider of Red-Eye Correction technology reflects our commitment to providing the highest quality products in the industry for this solution,” he continued.
Sony Professional Printer Group selected FotoNationRed-Eye correction technology
Sony’s first professional products to incorporate FotoNation’s Red-Eye Cor-rection technology will include Sony’s PictureStation Digital Photofinishing System version 4700.

FotoNation
FotoNation is a world-leading provider of embedded imaging solutions for the digital camera industry. The company’s extensive portfolio of patented in-novations includes in-camera red-eye removal technology, dust detection and removal, face tracking, and face identification.

FotoNation in-camera red-eye removal technology
FotoNation develops innovative solutions, patents, and products to enhance, extend, and simplify the picture taking and sharing experience. Clients include AOL, Canon, Hewlett-Packard, Kodak, Microsoft, Minton, Nikon, Olympus, Pentax, Samsung, Sanyo, and Sony, among others. FotoNation has won numerous awards, including the DIMA 2006 Innovative Product Award and the prestigious 2006 European IST award for its Red-Eye Detection and Correction Technology. Over half of digital cameras sold today, contain FotoNation Technology.





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