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PhotoPlus Expo 2005 report by CameraTown

Mark Peters : 2005-10-24 22:10:00
PhotoPlus Expo 2005 report by CameraTown : Our good friend Ron Risman from CameraTown has published part 2 of their PhotoPlus Expo 2005 Coverage. The PhotoPlus Expo 2005 is held in New York at the Jacob Javits Convention Center. Last weekend Ron Risman visited this digital imaging show and covered the news direct from the show floor. From the newest digital cameras hitting the market to scanners to imaging software, PhotoPlus Expo features a packed show floor with over 200 exhibitors. This event is interesting for bot the experienced professional as well as the advanced amateur. During this event some of greatest photographers and imaging experts in the world, with over 100 seminars, special events and hands-on workshops.


Zap-Shot RF wireless reviewed by Cameratown

Mark Peters : 2005-10-03 20:53:00
Cameratown reviews Zap-Shot RF wireless remote : Our good friend Ron Risman from CameraTown has published his review of the ZAP-SHOT RF wireless wemote for Canon EOS Digital Rebel, XT, 300D and 350D digital cameras. The ZAP-SHOT is an accessory for owners of the Canon EOS 300D, 350D, Rebel, or Rebel XT. The ZAP-SHOT wireless remote control uses radio frequency to trigger the shutter release of the camera. The ZAP SHOT wireless remote gives you full freedom and, compared to an infrared (IR) remote control, it allows you to operate the shutter from either direction, even through walls. By using RF, the photographer is able to trigger the camera from up to 75 feet (or more) away and without a line-of-sight limitation.


Cameratown reviews Samsung Digimax i5

Mark Peters : 2005-09-10 12:35:00
CameraTown reviews Samsung Digimax i5 : Our good friend Ron Risman from CameraTown has published his review of the new Samsung Digimax i5 digital camera. The stylish mini Samsung i5 camera has a attractive design, great quality and state of the art technology used in the best way possible. Special features of the Samsung Digimax i5 include an efficient video mode, internal memory, a pleasantly large LCD colour screen and a Safety Flash function. These new features all together will provide blur-free photographs without lightning. The 1.7 cm flat Digimax i5 from Samsung features 3x optical zoom (39-117 mm/F3.5-4.5 equivalent of a 35mm camera), a 5-Megapixel-CCD-Chip and on-board electronics fully packed with functions.


Cameratown reviews Samsung MM-A800 camera phone

Ilse Jurriƫn : 2005-08-06 03:00:00
Cameratown.com reviews Samsung MM-A800 camera phone : Our friend Ron Risman has published his review of the first 2 Megapixel camera phone from Samsung that will hit the US market. The Samsung MM-A800 is a very interesting mobile that not only shoots stills but also records video in VGA format (640x480). The Samsung MMA800 camera phone has a dual band, tri-mode CDMA/CDMA2000 1xRTT 800/1900 MHz, AMPS 800 MHz and is equipped with a 262,000 pixel TFT display with a QVGA resolution of 240x320 pixels. The interesting thing in a 'photographic point of view' is the integrated 2 Megapixel camera which shoot photos at a resolution up to 1632x1224 pixels and offers auto focus and a 2.5x digital zoom.


Cameratown.com reviews Canon Pixma IP5000

Mark Peters : 2005-06-10 03:00:00
Cameratown.com reviews Canon Pixma IP5000 printer : Our friend Ron Risman had the Canon Pixma IP5000 printer in the office and wrote a full review of the new Canon printer. The Pixma IP5000 was introduced last year August 2004, but it took a while before this printer was available on the consumer market. The clean lines and lustrous jet black shell of the iP5000 make a clear departure from traditional 'beige box' design, reflecting the growing importance of 'look and feel' in consumer products. The 25ppm iP5000 plugs directly into most contemporary digital cameras and digital video cameras via a PictBridge port for direct photo printing. Five-ink ContrastPLUS technology produces high contrast glossy photo prints.






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