News Headlines Apple Canon Casio Fujifilm HTC LG Nikon Nokia Olympus Panasonic Pentax Ricoh Rollei Samsung Sony  
Lets Go Digital
 
     
Powered by True
Counted by OneStat.com
Source of Information
Digital Camera Reviews Appareil Photo Numerique Prueba camara Camera Test Kamera Incelemeleri Digitalkamera Test Digitalkamera Test

2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004 | 2003



Online Photo Service usage continues to grow

Dennis Hissink : 2004-11-26 04:24:02
This year, 26% of Internet users have had photos posted to an online photo service, up from 19% in 2003, according to a recent survey conducted by InfoTrends/CAP Ventures. There are currently over 825 million photos stored at online photo services, and sharing and printing activity continues to increase. A new print method is introducing more users to the online space. It involves uploading photos to an online site, and picking up the prints at a local retail store. Just a few consumers are using this approach today, but it will help raise awareness of online photo services in general as retailers market their online-to-retail services to their regular customers.


Inkjet popularity is fueling media growth

Dennis Hissink : 2004-11-24 15:49:55
According to InfoTrends/CAP Ventures' research, nearly 80 million inkjet devices were installed last year, making this the dominant printer technology in the desktop arena. The number of inkjet multifunctional imaging devices installed in the U.S. is growing very quickly due to customers' desire for increased functionality within a single product. This increased desire has been a major enabler of the specialty media market. Out of the 116 billion prints produced on paper-based media by inkjet products in 2004, specialty media was used for nearly 30 billion of these prints. Commodity and specialty media are expected to experience steady growth between 2002 and 2007.


The 2.5 gigapixel photo - made in the Netherlands

Dennis Hissink : 2004-11-16 09:45:32
TNO has produced the largest digital panoramic photo in the world. So, what do we mean by large? After all, modern consumer cameras can easily take a picture with 5 million pixels. Well, we are talking about a photo of completely different dimensions. One with 2.5 billion pixels - that's 500 times more pixels. If this photo were printed, it would measure 6.67 m by 2.67 m (300 dpi). The photograph shows Delft and its surroundings in the autumn of 2004. It was taken the top of the Electrical Engineering faculty of Delft University, at a height of about 100 m, by TNO. The 2.5 gigapixel image is a composition of images rather than a single image. TNO developed a sophisticated approach to merge the many images - all 600 of them.


World's most reliable CD-R from Delkin

Mark Peters : 2004-10-27 20:52:55
Delkin Devices, Inc., manufacturer of quality eFilm memory cards and other innovative products, today introduced the eFilm Archival Gold “300-Year” CD-R. eFilm Archival Gold CD-R’s incorporate patented Phthalocyanine (thalo-sy-a-neen) dye and a 24k gold reflective layer into every CD-R. The innovative materials found in eFilm Archival Gold CD-R’s make them one of the most reliable storage medium available. Typically CD-R’s are known to deteriorate quickly due to Earth’s common elements: ultra violet light, heat, and humidity. Using an accelerated aging process to test the longevity of CD-R media, eFilm Archival Gold CD-R’s have been shown to safely store your images for more than 300 years.


Greg Rhine joins SanDisk Corporation

Mark Peters : 2004-10-21 23:16:08
SanDisk Corporation today announced the appointment of Greg Rhine as senior vice president of worldwide sales. With more than 15 years of technology experience from companies such as Iomega Corporation and Palm, Inc., Rhine will report to Nelson Chan, executive vice president and general manager of consumer and handset business. Rhine will manage the growth and expansion of SanDisk’s revenue and partnerships in the retail consumer, handset and OEM sales channels across the globe. His responsibilities cover a range of products including flash memory cards, USB flash drives, TransFlash modules for feature phones, MP3 players, card readers and digital photo viewers. His appointment is effective immediately.


SanDisk promotes storage veteran Wes Brewer

Dennis Hissink : 2004-10-18 15:00:32
SanDisk Corporation announced the promotion of Wes Brewer, a storage industry veteran of more than 20 years, to vice president, consumer products marketing. Brewer, who joined SanDisk in 1997, will report to Nelson Chan, executive vice president and general manager of consumer and handset business. Brewer will head SanDisk's consumer and industrial product marketing teams and will have responsibility for the marketing of a wide range of products including flash memory cards, USB flash drives, MP3 players, card readers and adapters and digital photo viewers. He is taking a newly created post at SanDisk, and his promotion is effective immediately.


Fujifilm, Kodak, and Konica Minolta form PASS

Dennis Hissink : 2004-10-07 11:51:46
Fuji Photo Film Ltd., Eastman Kodak Company, and Konica Minolta Photo Imaging, Inc. announced an agreement to jointly develop a set of open standards for the consumer imaging and electronics industries, aimed at the preservation of digital photos and motion images on CDs, DVDs or other media. As information storage technologies advance, the Picture Archiving and Sharing Standard (PASS) group's intention is to enable digital file compatibility with future playback devices, preserving the satisfying 'photo experience' that consumers have enjoyed for decades. The group intends that the new standard will: Define the requirements of digital media authoring/archival, playback, and print enablement for a new generation of products and services.


Kodak announces changes in European manufacturing

Dennis Hissink : 2004-10-06 00:00:01
Eastman Kodak Company today announced changes at manufacturing sites in England and France, reflecting the increasing popularity of digital photography among consumers and customers. The actions are part of Kodak's three-year program, announced in January; to reduce worldwide employment by 12-15,000 and to reduce total facilities square footage by one-third. These actions are part of Kodak's broader strategy to accelerate growth in its digital businesses and to manage smartly the declining demand for some of the company's traditional products and services. "Such actions are essential for Kodak to reinforce its leading position in digital imaging products and services while sustaining and extending its worldwide leadership".






Nikon D610
Pentax XG-1
Leica M Monochrom
Nikon D810
Sony A7s
Sony CyberShot HX400V
Sony CyberShot H400
Nikon Coolpix S9700
Nikon Coolpix S9600
Sony A6000
Sony Cyber-Shot cameras
 
   
Samsung Galaxy S4LG G3Samsung Galaxy S4HTC One M8Galaxy S5Apple iPhone 5