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Sony launches QUALIA initiative in U.S.

Dennis Hissink : 2004-04-23 01:00:00
Last year Sony Japan introduced a new, very expensive and exclusive line of products. Now, Sony U.S. announced the official U.S. launch of QUALIA, an initiative aimed at touching an emotional cord among consumers through products unique in technology, design and functionality. The products, which are subject to a rigorous approval process by Sony's top management, are a result of cutting edge engineering without any constraints. The models announced today include the QUALIA 016 digital still camera, an extraordinary accomplishment in its compact size; the QUALIA 017 MiniDisc player, an object d'art carved from a block of pure brass; and the QUALIA 010 headphone set, which establishes a new standard in audio reproduction.


Fujifilm UK Digital Image Recovery Service

Dennis Hissink : 2004-04-20 00:07:59
A new service from Fujifilm UK, the only thing is that beside the frustration of losing those data you'll have to send your memory card by post, talk about a risk... The panic and frustration of losing a treasured memory or a one-off moment, such as a child's first birthday or a special holiday, can be a distressing experience. With this in mind, Fujifilm has developed a Digital Image Recovery Service that aims to provide a possible way of retrieving images or movies that have been lost, accidentally deleted, or damaged due to incorrect formatting. Sophisticated image recovery tools and software are used to recover files safely, and ensure that there is no risk or damage to the customer's digital media and no further loss of files.


Mobile Imaging Executive Summit Europe Amsterdam

Dennis Hissink : 2004-04-07 00:45:46
Future Image, the independent center of expertise on the convergence of imaging, technology, and business, and I3A (International Imaging Industry Association), the leading global association for the imaging industry, announced their first Mobile Imaging executive conference focused on the European market. The "Mobile Imaging Summit Europe 2004, profiting in the Camera-Phone Ecosystem" executive conference will be held June 17-18 at the Huis ter Duin hotel in Kijkduin, on the North Sea coast near Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The Summit will focus on business opportunities created by the explosive growth of camera-phone sales in the areas of infrastructure, devices, media and content; and on strategies for success in European markets.


Olympus E-1 and E-System receive DIWA Awards

Dennis Hissink : 2004-03-19 13:38:56
The Digital Imaging Websites Association (DIWA), a new industry organisation that seeks out the best in imaging products, has awarded a gold medal to the Olympus E-1 in the category 'Professional System Digital Camera'. DIWA also decided to create a supplementary Innovation Award to recognise the Olympus E-System. The organisation encompasses a growing group of independent web-based specialist publications currently covering several European countries and the USA. It harnesses the collective talent and expertise of its members, resulting in industry awards that command unparalleled confidence, both for consumers and the industry. The ceremony took place during the CeBIT 2004 event held in Hannover, Germany.


Despite flood of photos: Generation without Prints

Dennis Hissink : 2004-03-17 21:03:37
It seems to be paradoxical: Never before has photographing been so simple as it is now. At no time more photos have been taken, and never before cameras have been present in such a high number. However, despite of a growing flood of photos marketing strategists and social scientists are talking about the vanishing of photos and invoke a generation without memories. The change from the analogue to the digital world reached photographing on its technical peak. The sophisticated cooperation and the high performance ability of cameras, optical systems, films and laboratories hardly left any consumer´s wishes unfulfilled. However, than the change of technology had an effect, that hardly anybody had expected:


Definitive Digital Photography Guide book

Mark Peters : 2004-03-10 17:40:50
Sybex has announced the release of a new book by photographer Peter K. Burian, co-author of the best-selling National Geographic Photography Field Guide; entitled: Mastering™ Digital Photography and Imaging. This all-new, full-color 270 page book gives readers the knowledge they need to master the technology that is transforming how we capture and work with images. Written and illustrated by a professional photographer with the needs of photo and imaging enthusiasts in mind, this practical and accessible guide is packed with expert advice and tips. It covers all the essentials, from selecting the right digital camera, scanner, hardware, software, and printer, to optimizing image creation.


Konica Minolta - the brand for upcoming products

Dennis Hissink : 2004-02-13 07:00:00
"Konica Minolta Photo Imaging, Inc. and Konica Minolta Camera, Inc. announce unification of a brand under "Konica Minolta", in principle, for the upcoming new products of both companies. Konica Minolta Group was formed in 2003 as a new corporate group through the management integration and the following reorganization. Both have continued to use familiar Konica brand for colour film and paper and Minolta brand for cameras after the reorganization in October to avoid confusion among customers, who have long favoured our respective products. On the other hand, we have heard from many of our customers that we should unify our brand to strengthen our brand image to maximize synergy effects of the total Konica Minolta Group.


Fujifilm continues sales of film cameras in future

Dennis Hissink : 2004-01-22 00:44:32
In preparation for PMA 2004 (Photo Marketing Association exhibition – February 12-15, Las Vegas) Fujifilm has today made a worldwide announcement confirming its commitment to the film market, and introducing several new 35mm and APS film cameras to its product portfolio. Fujifilm is defying current trends in the photography industry by announcing significant investment in film camera technology in 2004, and by adding a raft of new models to its compact film camera range, both APS and 35mm. Despite pressure on the conventional camera market, and with some manufacturers consolidating their R&D functions or exiting the market altogether, Fujifilm affirms that certain product categories are, in fact, exhibiting steady demand.






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