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Photo storage for the professional photographer

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-12-15 15:47:00
Photo storage for professional photographer : Jobo has announced the GIGA Vu PRO evolution, a portable storage device developed specifically to meet the needs of the professional photographer. The Jobo GIGA Vu PRO is a multi-media, photo copier and image viewing system. This high quality digital album with hard drive storage and a built-in memory card slot for CompactFlash and MicroDrive (other memory card via adapter) was designed for digital camera users that want the most advanced digital storage and display features. The Jobo GIGA Vu PRO evolution offers optimized professional photo functions including real RAW file decoding, super Hi-Speed downloading of files to and from your computer, and razor sharp image viewing capability.


Portable digital photo album

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-12-15 15:42:00
Portable digital photo album : Photoco today introduces PhotoShare, a new portable digital photo album that promises to revolutionize the photo world as dramatically as Apple's iPod has revolutionized the music world. With retail prices surprisingly affordable for, all in the $59-$99 range, the way people store and share their photos may change quite quickly. The PhotoShare is available with a 2.4" or 7.0" LCD. Both models include a great-looking frame that you slide the player into for desktop display. Photos are a great way to share and remember special moments as well as the fun of everyday life. Why is it that so often they end up faded and stashed away in drawers or as digital files buried somewhere on your computer?


StorVision mini VCR TV video recorder

Mark Peters : 2005-12-12 00:43:00
StorVision mini VCR TV recorder : StorVision announces the availability of the StorVision mini VCR TV Recorder, a low cost solution to record videos suitable to be played on handheld viewing devices such as the Sony PSP, Nintendo GameBoy Micro, or the iPod Viewer. The miniVCR recorder enables you to record directly from your television onto a memory card, which you can then simply place in your Sony PSP gaming console and watch the recorded programme of your choice. This means that you can record onto Memory Stick Pro Duo Gaming edition and Compactflash/Microdrive memory cards (other type of flash cards via an optional adapter). With the MPEG4 video recorder you can store your favorite movies onto a memory card and watch it anywhere.


Panorado image viewer for panoramic pictures

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-11-25 22:07:42
Panorado 3.3 image viewer for panoramic pictures : Panorado 3.3 is a comfortable image viewer /browser with special support for panoramic pictures and pictures exceeding the screen size. In addition to "ordinary" image viewer functions, the program supports panoramic viewing up to 360/180-degrees, flat and spherical projection mode, slide shows, printing, and tools for retrieving images (no database!), for batch processing, for creating special projection effects, and for burning picture disks. Panorado 3.3 image viewer offers full Drag-and-Drop support for file management. Unusual smooth and comfortable image handling. 12 commonly used file formats - plus Quicktime panoramas.


Portable Digital photo storage with hard drive

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-11-21 02:56:00
Portable Digital photo storage with hard drive : Digital Foci, Inc. introduced today Media Buddy portable digital photo storage with hard drive and card reader that lets you instantly and securely save digital photos on a hard drive wherever you go, so you can keep snapping away and not worry about running out of memory card space. Media Buddy is the traveler’s essential digital camera companion. Its built-in memory card slots let you copy and store photos directly from any digital camera card, without the need of cumbersome cabling. A lower cost alternative to Digital Foci’s Picture Porter, Media Buddy is priced starting at only $229. Both Media Buddy and Picture Porter save photos on their portable hard drives.


mTrix portable multimedia player from PQI

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-11-15 16:43:03
mTrix portable multimedia player from PQI : PQI Corporation, a leading manufacturer of digital media solutions, today announced its affordable Portable Multimedia Player (PMP), the mTrix. The mTrix measures at 3" x 3" x 1" and features 32MB imbedded flash with a built in slot that reads Secure Digital and Multimedia Cards up to 2GB. The mTrix can support: over 28 hours (average file size of 4.5MB) of your listening pleasure, having thousands of pictures in your palm and viewing videos on your personal 2 inch theater. PQI's mTrix is also able to play videos on the bright and clear 2 inch LTPS TFT LCD Screen. The mTrix media player is directly available for a manufacturer suggested retail price of $149.00.


Pacific picture frame with online photo service

Jasper Huitink : 2005-11-06 20:08:00
Pacific picture frame with online photo service : Pacific Digital's MemoryFrame digital picture frames are now enabled with sharing capabilities through the AOL Pictures online photo service. With this new integration, consumers can now easily view and share photos they've stored on AOL Pictures via the MemoryFrame.Pacific Digital will be demonstrating the MemoryFrame with the integrated AOL Pictures functionality at DigitalLife consumer technology and entertainment show in New York in booth #355. AOL Pictures and the MemoryFrame will also be featured in PC Magazine's Digital Village exhibit in booth #201. The MemoryFrame with AOL Pictures will be available now, theprice for the USB model is $399 and $449 for the wireless model.


Apple video podcast Photoshop TV

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-10-28 21:00:16
Apple video podcast Photoshop TV : A few days ago the National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP) launched a new video podcast - Photoshop TV. Hosted by the "Photoshop Guys" (Scott Kelby, Dave Cross and Matt Kloskowski), Photoshop TV immediately began climbing the charts of Apple's iTunes podcasts to hit number 2 on October 28, leaving heavyweights such as NPR, Al Franken and ESPN in their dust. The cast saw over 6,200 subscribers in its first 72 hours. The free cast is a half-hour guide to Adobe Photoshop, digital photography and imaging. Photoshop TV offers viewers tutorials and quick tips for mastering Photoshop, presented as well as creative industry news and interviews.






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