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Sony begins mass production of OLED displays

Mark Peters : 2004-09-15 11:38:43
This month, Sony Corporation will commence mass production of a full-color Organic Light Emitting Diode (hereafter OLED) display, which will be first implemented in the new Sony CLIE 'PEG-VZ90' personal entertainment handheld (also announced today for the Japanese market). OLED display is a self-luminous display that does not require a back-light, offering high contrast ratio, a quick response time and wide viewing angle-all in a package slimmer than current LCD modules. To enhance this display, Sony has employed its unique Super Top Emission technology for outstanding brightness and greater color gamut. These translate into image quality and clarity that could previously viewed only on CRT (cathode ray tube) displays.


Kodak growing in Digital Camera market

Dennis Hissink : 2004-08-23 08:19:58
After a slow start, Eastman Kodak Co. is steadily gaining ground on front-runner Sony Corp. in the burgeoning U.S. digital camera market and opening up a lead on Canon, Olympus and other Japanese rivals. As digital cameras grew swiftly in popularity in recent years, Japanese manufacturers looked at first to have eaten Kodak's lunch. But the world's biggest film photography company is making good on its mission to become the No. 1 seller of filmless cameras on its home turf in 2004. In the first six months, Kodak shipped 1.47 million point-and-shoot digital cameras in the United States, 80 percent more than in the first half of 2003 - and its market share jumped from 15.3 percent to 18.3 percent, the market research firm IDC said Friday.


Consumer Digital Photo Printing Habits in detail

Dennis Hissink : 2004-07-16 02:45:26
A new consumer study from InfoTrends/CAP Ventures reveals clear skies as well as clouds on the horizon for the digital photo printing industry. The short-term outlook for the photo print industry is good. Among the positive signs are that digital camera users who print photos are taking far more pictures than they ever did with film and printing far more "enlargements" (larger than 4" x 6" prints). In addition, these users expect their print volumes to increase in the future. On the other hand, excluding a few ultra-heavy users, the average photo print volumes and expenditures for digital camera users are currently no higher than film camera households.


Kodak makes it easier to print digital pictures

Dennis Hissink : 2004-06-29 15:52:07
Digital camera adoption has reached mainstream status with millions of American consumers participating in digital photography. Kodak, the trusted guide in photography for more than a century, is helping educate consumers by offering solutions to their digital printing questions and expanding the availability of KODAK Picture Maker digital print kiosks. According to InfoTrends, approximately 30 percent of U.S. households owned digital cameras in 2003. That number is expected to grow to 41 percent by the end of 2004. Surprisingly, consumers have been hesitant to embrace the final stage of adoption, printing digital pictures, until now. Preservation of memories has begun to play an important role in fueling the demand for digital printing.


Nikon announces partnership with TiVo Inc.

Dennis Hissink : 2004-06-17 02:49:42
Nikon, the world leader in photography, announced a partnership with TiVo Inc., the creator of and a leader in television services for digital video recorders (DVR), to deliver professional photography images from world-renowned artists to all TiVo Series2 subscribers connected to a home network. Beginning today, TiVo Series2 subscribers can view images from Nikon's "Legends behind the Lens" through the home media features. The first in a series of artist's highlighted by Nikon will be Joe McNally, the award-winning photojournalist known for his incredible versatility, technical mastery and use of creative lighting to capture interesting and engaging photographs.


Kodak and Lexar Media join forces

Dennis Hissink : 2004-05-21 03:30:00
Kodak and Lexar Media announced they have formed a long-term agreement to gain a larger share of the market for removable digital memory products, driven by surging demand from the mass-market adoption of digital cameras, mobile phone cameras, portable music players and other consumer electronics devices. As part of the exclusive multi-year agreement, Lexar Media will manufacture and distribute a full range of KODAK branded memory cards and will work with Kodak to provide consumers with a wide variety of reliable, high quality, mass-market memory cards worldwide. Kodak will contribute to the partnership its brand power and global distribution network, while Lexar Media will contribute removable memory products.


The Olympus e-magazine

Dennis Hissink : 2004-05-03 09:00:56
With the new Olympus e-magazine, Olympus intensifies direct communication with its customers. The high quality photo magazine from the opto-digital specialist is aimed at all Olympus E-System photographers and will be sent exclusively to participants in the three membership programmes for the digital SLR system. This new publication features an attractive mix of subjects dealing with the Olympus E-System and provides news from the world of photography plus a wealth of striking photos. The 28-page magazine has been published for Olympus Europa GmbH by Haymarket Customer Publishing in London, Great Britain. It appears four times a year in English, Czech, French, German, Italian and Spanish.


Year Three Digital Camera Retail Printing Study

Dennis Hissink : 2004-04-26 03:34:10
Fuji Photo Film U.S.A., Inc announced the results of its Year Three Digital Camera Retail Printing Study. The study reveals that the percentage of consumers now aware that they can print digital images at retail locations has doubled since the Year Two study. In addition, the survey, conducted by InfoTrends Research Group for Fujifilm in January 2004, shows a significant increase in the number of consumers now choosing to print at retail. The study surveyed the preferences of digital camera owners and prospective buyers in the areas of digital camera use, printing and storing of digital images. Today, more than 30 percent of U.S. households own at least one digital camera (According to InfoTrends Research Group).






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