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DIWA Innovation Award Fujifilm Image Intelligence

Dennis Hissink : 2004-11-19 15:00:00
Digital Imaging Websites Association (DIWA) today announced that an Innovation Award is granted to the revolutionary Fujifilm Image Intelligence System. Remarkable image processing software was disclosed by Fujifilm at the International Photokina 2004 trade show. Combining modern computer technologies and 70 years of photographic expertise, Fujifilm made this intelligent imaging system possible. The core of this exciting innovation is formed by the sophisticated Scene Classification, Face Detection and Face Recognition functions, all playing key roles in the development of future products. Even the basic information revealed at this moment is highly convincing, with enormous potentials for both amateur and professional applications.


Casio honored with CES 2005 Awards

Dennis Hissink : 2004-11-18 14:40:40
Casio, a leading innovator in digital cameras and timepieces, has been selected to receive CES Innovations 2005 Design and Engineering Awards for two of its products. Casio's award winning products include the EXILIM CARD EX-S100 and EXILIM PRO EX-P700 digital cameras. These prestigious annual awards are announced each year in advance of the Consumer Electronics show. The award-winning products will be featured as part of a special display in the Grand Lobby of the Las Vegas Convention Center during the 2005 International CES in Las Vegas, January 6-9, 2005. The Innovations 2005 Awards recognize consumer technology products that exhibit excellence in design and engineering.


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.


First DIWA Design Award - Olympus Mju mini Digital

Mark Peters : 2004-11-12 15:00:01
Digital Imaging Websites Association (DIWA) today announced their first Design Award to the unique Olympus Mju mini Digital construction. The Olympus Mju mini Digital is a radical diversion from traditional camera designs, replacing conservative symmetrical camera shapes with an indefinable oval profile. Unlike many other design products, the Olympus µ-mini DIGITAL is not an over-priced collector’s item for the few, but a useful imaging tool for any design conscious lifestyle enthusiast. Despite its exciting, soap-like form, the camera complies with all conventional rules of ergonomics, making it just as user-friendly as any ordinary digital camera.


Canon honoured with a DIWA GOLD Award for EOS 20D

Dennis Hissink : 2004-11-12 15:00:00
DIWA (Digital Imaging Websites Association), a world-wide organisation of collaborating websites, today has the pleasure of announcing that a DIWA Gold Award is granted to the Canon EOS 20D digital SLR for its outstanding image quality and excellent performance. The semi-professional EOS 20D provides the end-user with first class professional quality images from an 8.2 Megapixel low-noise CMOS image sensor. The built-in DIGIC II architecture delivers 5fps continuous shooting with a maximum burst of 23 frame JPEG images, bringing the camera on a par with comparable analogue SLRs. Furthermore, the EOS 20D is honoured for its lifelike colour rendition, instant start-up, rapid image display and simultaneous storing of JPEG and RAW files.


Corel Corporation acquires Jasc Software Inc.

Mark Peters : 2004-10-29 06:24:35
Corel Corporation acquired Jasc Software, Inc., the award-winning developer of the Paint Shop family of digital-photography and image- editing software. A critical milestone in Corel's ongoing growth strategy, this acquisition follows four consecutive quarters of profitability and a successfully completed turnaround since Corel was taken private in August 2003. The acquisition further extends Corel's position as a powerful force in the packaged software industry, providing exceptional office and personal productivity and graphics products. Corel will now serve a combined base of more than 60 million customers worldwide with an extended software portfolio.


Fujifilm UK reorganises for digital future

Mark Peters : 2004-10-27 07:15:00
Fujifilm announced that its UK photographic business divisions will be restructured, effective 1 November 2004. With the retirement on 31 October of two of the Company's long-serving Directors, Graham Rutherford and Tony Lawrence, who currently head up Fujifilm's Professional and Photofinishing businesses respectively, Fujifilm's UK photographic departments will be reorganised, with both the Professional and Consumer divisions, and the Photofinishing and Equipment divisions, consolidating to form new Strategic Business Units (SBUs). All professional, digital, and conventional film and camera products will be managed from Fujifilm’s London office, while paper, minilabs, technical and service will be handled from its Bedford premises.


Brits choose memories over money

Dennis Hissink : 2004-10-26 05:57:02
Forget the diamond ring, the antique oil painting or those expensive gadgets; a new survey by Fujifilm reveals that the first thing most of us would save in the event of a fire or flood would be our photographs. According to the survey, 97% of us would be distraught if our personal photos were ever destroyed. Jewellery came second in the poll which asked people to name the top three things they would save with 61%, followed by mobile phones (23%) and collectable paintings and ornaments (19%). Strangely, other items that made the list included the dining room furniture, hair straighteners and a wedding dress. "People attach a great sentimental value to photographs, which often outweighs the monetary value of material items".






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