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Growing importance of digital photography

Dennis Hissink : 2004-10-19 06:17:05
Each year since 1997, InfoTrends/CAP Ventures has conducted surveys to track the adoption and usage of digital cameras. This year's survey of U.S. Internet households shows the penetration of digital cameras increasing to 59% of Internet households, up from 45% in 2003. As a result of rising penetration, the demographics of digital camera owners are shifting towards people of more moderate means. Additionally, women are increasingly more likely to own digital cameras and to spur the purchasing decision for the household. While the demographics of digital camera owners continue to shift towards representing the average Internet user, digital camera owners still show a greater tendency to acquire new technology than non-owners.


e-Fotografija interviews Mr. Takaya Iwasaki

Dennis Hissink : 2004-10-06 15:30:38
The Slovenian website e-Fotografija, who is also member of the DIWA Award organisation, attended the Photokina show last week. Matjaz Intihar had een meeting at the Canon booth where he interviewed Mr. Takaya Iwasaki, Canon representative for Central East and North East Europe, Sub-Sahara Africa and Middle East. This interview, published in English, gives us some interesting information about future photo technologies and other ideas that Canon has. Canon is one of the biggest, perhaps the biggest market leader in digital imaging today, and with very high investment in all kind of technologies and developments it is very interesting to learn more about the strategic of Canon.


Jupitermedia announces acquisition Megapixel.net

Mark Peters : 2004-10-06 02:02:33
Jupitermedia Corporation announced that it has acquired the assets of Megapixel.net (www.megapixel.net), a leading resource for digital camera owners and those interested in digital images. The site reviews new cameras, provides tips for photographers, hosts an active discussion community forum and features active buying exchanges for new and used equipment. Megapixel.net's creators, Denys and Olivier Bouton, will continue to manage the site for Jupitermedia, which is offered in both English and French versions. Terms of this acquisition were not disclosed. "We are pleased to add the Megapixel.net community to our network of graphics and images Web sites," stated Alan M. Meckler, Chairman and CEO of Jupitermedia Corporation.


LetsGoDigital is heading back from the Photokina

Dennis Hissink : 2004-10-05 09:27:47
After an intensive week at the Photokina show we can look back on a very successful and interesting Photokina. Some things have changed compared to the last Photokina in 2002. It seems that the show wasn't used so much for introducing real first products. In the build-up to the Photokina, some 6 weeks before, the first "Photokina" introductions were already made by brands like Canon and Fujifilm, followed by the majority of the other manufacturers. It doesn't mean that the content of the show has become less interesting, on the contrary. The interest in the digital camera and everything concerning digital imaging is enormous. It occurred frequently that some sections of a booth could not be reached by the visitors.


LetsGoDigital attends the Photokina 2004

Dennis Hissink : 2004-09-27 00:00:01
Today the press meeting started, prior to the opening of the spectacular event concerning (digital) photography, the Photokina 2004. This event, which takes place in Cologne (germany), is held every two years and offers visitors a view on the current position in the field of imaging. Of course we will be there, starting from day one, during the press meeting which is scheduled for monday. We have seen the main part of camera introductions passing by as we get closer to the Photokina, but undoubtedly there will be many innovations, trends, printers, accessories etc, to be admired at this event. Including the new digital camera introductions from the last few weeks, they will be displayed for the first time.


Konica Minolta wins their first DIWA Gold Award

Dennis Hissink : 2004-09-22 15:00:01
DIWA (Digital Imaging Websites Association), a world-wide organisation of collaborating websites, today has the pleasure of announcing a DIWA Gold Award to the Konica Minolta DiMAGE A2 megazoom digital camera for its outstanding performance and innovative technologies. The DiMAGE A2 is packed with useful features for making photography comfortable and successful, even under demanding shooting conditions. From the long list of such functions and features, it is enough to mention the camera's excellent wide-angle to telephoto 28-200 mm. (35 mm film equivalent) zoom lens and the ingenious Anti-Shake CCD image stabilizer. However, features alone do not qualify for any DIWA Award.


Sony has been awarded DIWA Gold and Silver Awards

Dennis Hissink : 2004-09-22 15:00:00
The DIWA organisation of collaborating worldwide websites (Digital Imaging Websites Association) today announced that Sony Inc. has been awarded Gold and Silver medals for two of their excellent digital cameras. The DIWA test experts honoured the Cyber-shot DSC-F828 with gold, accompanied by the Cyber-shot DSC-V1, which qualified for a silver medal. The awards are the results of comprehensive, independent reviews of different samples, made by a number of DIWA camera testing experts from Europe and USA. The Cyber-shot DSC-F828 proved its excellence by scoring extremely well on DIWA's unique evaluation scoreboard. Its 8x zoom Carl Zeiss lens and the top ranked 8 megapixel Super HAD CCD image sensor provided outstanding image quality.


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.






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