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Digital Photo Printers go back to the future

Dennis Hissink : 2004-11-17 07:46:33
It's a digital photographer's brain-teaser: If you have a high-megapixel camera and need to print pro-quality photos and proofs, do you spend time calibrating and re-adjusting your printer to get consistent photos? Or just buy a gift basket for your photo lab manager? This month's Kodak Tech Brief focuses on the growing use of dye-sublimation printers in home- and small-office photo applications. Pro photographers and advanced amateurs love producing their own high-quality prints, but such high-end printers, which use a continuous-tone ribbon and thermal print head instead of multiple inkjet tanks, were priced above $1,000. Kodak designers, who pioneered thermal dye-sub printers for commercial uses a decade ago, stepped back to the future.


Kodak, Sony and Canon Top Rankings in Study

Dennis Hissink : 2004-09-22 14:02:49
Kodak ranks highest in customer satisfaction in two digital camera segments, while Sony and Canon each rank highest in one, according to the J.D. Power and Associates 2004 Digital Camera Satisfaction Study(SM) released today. The inaugural study measures the satisfaction of digital camera owners across four price segments: $199 and less; $200-$399; $400-$599; and $600 or more. Overall digital camera satisfaction is based on performance across four factors: performance, connectivity, cost and appearance. Sony is the highest ranked brand in the $199 and less price segment, performing well above the rest of the segment in the areas of performance, connectivity and appearance.


Kodak Teams with IBM to Develop New Image Sensors

Mark Peters : 2004-09-22 05:05:50
Eastman Kodak Company and IBM will collaborate on the development and manufacture of image sensors to power mass-market consumer products, such as digital still cameras and camera phones. The multi-year agreement will leverage Kodak's broad portfolio of image sensor technology and IBM's leading-edge complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) processing expertise to allow Kodak to commercialize a new family of CMOS image sensor (CIS) devices, another milestone in the company's effort to accelerate the growth of its digital businesses. This powerful combination will allow Kodak to supply image sensors that offer higher performance, improved image quality and more innovative features than current CIS devices.






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