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Sony acquires IDTech's Yasu LCD manufacturer


Dennis Hissink : 2005-01-14 15:53:03
Sony acquires IDTech's Yasu LCD manufacturer : Sony and Chi Mei Optoelectronics (CMO) have agreed on the basic terms of a transaction whereby Sony will acquire CMO's wholly-owned Japanese subsidiary, International Display Technology (IDTech). Sony and CMO have agreed that Sony will purchase all the shares of a new company spun-off from IDTech. Sony plans to produce low-temperature polysilicon thin film transistor liquid crystal (LTPS-TFT-LCD) display panels in the new company. The acquisition price has been set at approximately 18.5 Billion Japanese Yen for all the shares of the new company and includes purchase of all of the production equipment, facilities, and personnel at IDTech's plant in Yasu-shi, Shiga prefecture, Japan.


Olympus and Panasonic sign development agreement


Dennis Hissink : 2005-01-14 00:45:00
Olympus and Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. (Panasonic) announced the signing of a joint development agreement for interchangeable lens type digital SLR cameras based on the Four Thirds System standard. Under the terms of the agreement, the two companies will jointly develop technologies and devices, and promote the development of digital SLR cameras that maximize the extensive user benefits of the Four Thirds System. The aim of the agreement is to meet the needs of the rapidly growing global market for digital SLR cameras by fusing Olympus's industry-leading SLR camera technology with Panasonic's advanced digital AV technology, and by developing innovative new design concepts for next-generation digital SLR cameras.


Vosonic X's Drive support Nikon RAW format


Dennis Hissink : 2005-01-13 09:00:00
Cardmedia (Europe) Ltd, the official UK distributor for the manufacturer Vosonic, has announced the availability of a new firmware allowing the XS Drive Super VP6210 and MMV VP6300 to display Nikon RAW files directly on the screen. The next firmware is under development and will allow to support Canon Raw files. The XS Drive Super VP6210 and MMV VP6300 allow to copy from any memory card to the internal HD any type of files and display on their 2-inch LCD screen JPEG photos, MPEG-1 videos or MP3 - WMA music. The XS Drive Super is available from 20GB to 80GB and uses an internal 2.5-inch Hard disk. The Vosonic MMV VP6300 Drive uses a 1.8-inch 20GB Hard disk.


Creative Zen Micro Photo wins 'Best of CES' Award


Dennis Hissink : 2005-01-12 23:30:19
Creative, a worldwide leader in digital entertainment products, announced that its MP3 player/photo viewer - the Zen Micro Photo, won the "Best of CES" 2005 award in the "Audio to Go" category. This is the third consecutive year that Creative has won a "Best of CES" award. Featuring a stunning, high-intensity 262,144-color 1.5" OLED screen, the Creative Zen Micro Photo can hold up to 7,500 JPEG images or 3,000 songs on a 6GB model. Users can watch slide shows of their favorite digital images while they listen to MP3 or WMA music. The Zen Micro Photo also includes all the features of the award-winning Zen Micro MP3 player. The micro-sized ultra-cool looking Zen Micro took the market by storm after its launch.


Fujifilm relies on quality, not quantity


Dennis Hissink : 2005-01-12 07:00:00
Fujifilm relies on quality, not quantity : Two very different trends dominate Fujifilm Europe GmbH's current economic scenario. While consumer products show a slight decline, the industrial sectors are producing healthy growth rates despite adversary market trends. "Although the German subsidiary of the world's largest photo-imaging conglomerate has been prepared for the lightning-speed changes in the imaging industry for years, the flooding of the market with digital cameras has had a substantial impact on the development of the German business," Helmut Rupsch, General Manager, reported in a press interview. He further explained that in the past year it has been particularly difficult to generate profits in the hardware sector.


PNY Technologies selects Channel Intelligence


Dennis Hissink : 2005-01-11 00:16:51
PNY Technologies, Inc. announced at the CES 2005 event an agreement with Channel Intelligence to improve selling opportunities throughout the retail channel. As part of the agreement, PNY Technologies will use Channel Intelligence's SellPath Services to link its portable flash memory, USB drives, PC memory, graphics and MP3 products from its Web site to a host of online retail partners where consumers may make convenient and informed purchase decisions. Channel Intelligence, a Florida-based commerce data interchange services company, produces suites of e-commerce services that make it easier for consumers to purchase products through online retail stores, such as Best Buy, CompUSA, Fry's, Office Depot, Staples, TigerDirect and many others.


Olympus goes to Super Bowl to launch m:robe 500


Dennis Hissink : 2005-01-07 19:30:31
A wild blend of digital music, photographs and extreme alternative dance will appear on the telecast of Super Bowl XXXIX, as Olympus Imaging America Inc. launches m:robe 500, the first digital music player with a built-in digital camera. The Melville, NY company has announced plans to run two 30-second television commercials promoting m:robe on the Super Bowl XXXIX telecast, scheduled for February 6, 2005 on the Fox Television Network. Olympus m:robe 500 is a portable digital music player unlike any other. It stores and plays as many as 5000 digital songs and also includes a digital camera. With m:robe users can create personalized dynamic "remixes" that blend music and pictures together to let your "pictures groove".


Kodak products win prestigious awards at 2005 CES


Dennis Hissink : 2005-01-05 16:30:45
Eastman Kodak Company's continued innovation in the digital imaging industry secured top honors during the opening of the 2005 International Consumer Electronics Show, where the company won multiple high-profile awards for its consumer digital imaging products. The Kodak EasyShare Printer Dock Plus, Kodak EasyShare DX7590 zoom digital camera, and the Kodak Picture Maker G3 Digital Print Station all garnered Innovations 2005 Design and Engineering Awards. The Innovations 2005 Design and Engineering Awards, sponsored by Consumer Electronics Association and endorsed by the Industrial Designers Society of America, honor superior design and engineering among the year's most technologically advanced products.


Verbatim launches Silver Inkjet Printable CD-Rs


Dennis Hissink : 2005-01-04 16:00:17
Verbatim Corporation, an industry leader known for the premium quality of its recordable CD and DVD discs, has announced the availability of its new 52x/80-Min. Silver Inkjet Printable CD-Rs in 50-pack spindles through US retail. The discs combine highly reliable recording technology and broad read compatibility with a new, highly advanced printable surface that optimizes inkjet printing and ink drying times. This combination enables users to make error-free recordings labeled with crisp, clear reproductions of full-color images and text. "These unique silver CD-Rs offer truly photographic-quality text and images," said Ron Hanafin, Verbatim Product Marketing Manager.


Nikon Legends: John Huet, in the Moment


Dennis Hissink : 2005-01-03 20:00:06
"Are you making this up as you go along?" The question came from an assistant John Huet hired for a shoot in San Francisco. John's answer was, "Absolutely. I do my best work that way." John was in the middle of the first day of shooting for a major ad campaign, and the assistant, who had never worked with him before, was puzzled by John's approach. "We had certain situations the client wanted to cover," John says, "but within the general idea - which was to photograph a tennis serve - I could do whatever I wanted. So I shot three different variations with different backgrounds, different angles, different lighting techniques. That's my favorite way to work."


Fujifilm highlights mobile Imaging print services


Dennis Hissink : 2005-01-03 19:00:17
Fujifilm highlights mobile Imaging print services : Fujifilm is leading the way in mobile imaging services for consumers. At the 2005 International Consumer Electronics Show, Fujifilm will showcase its prowess in this ever-expanding category, both in its show floor booth and in the conference rooms where today's most intriguing consumer electronics topics are debated and discussed. In 2004 Fuji Photo Film USA, Inc., and Sprint announced a service that changed the face of mobile imaging. Through their online album and linked through Fujifilm's "Get the Picture Online" print order service, Sprint Picture Mail customers can send their mobile images directly to a participating retail photofinisher of their choice.


Fujifilm US DVD and CD-R package introduction


Dennis Hissink : 2005-01-03 18:30:39
Fujifilm US DVD and CD-R package introduction : Fuji Photo Film U.S.A., Inc. unveils a new optical media packaging system at the 2005 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas this week. The new design is part of an overall Fujifilm marketing effort to simplify consumer choice. The new packaging system will appear in retail and consumer channels this spring. "With DVD adoption reaching mass market levels, it's important that the industry do more to simplify packaging and educate consumers about media," noted Gene Kern, Director, Advertising and Marketing Communications, Fujifilm Recording Media Division. Fujifilm is showcasing the full portfolio of storage and recording media at CES.


Fujifilm enviromental friendly DVD introduction


Dennis Hissink : 2005-01-03 18:00:00
Fujifilm enviromental friendly DVD introduction: Fuji Photo Film, a leading supplier of DVD media and technology, is showcasing DVD recordable media featuring a patented, "environmentally friendly" recording dye at the 2005 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas this week. This new dye will be highlighted in a new retail-packaging system scheduled to roll out this spring as part of an effort to simplify and improve the consumer purchasing experience with increasingly popular optical disc media. Fujifilm unveils a new brand and logo for "OXOLIFE," the Oxonol-based photosensitive dye first introduced in Fujifilm 1X-16X DVD+R discs this past fall. Every year, billions of recordable DVD discs are sold worldwide.


FujiFilm Photofinishing make printing effortless


Dennis Hissink : 2005-01-03 17:30:09
FujiFilm Photofinishing make printing effortless : Fujifilm, underscored its ongoing commitment to providing consumers with digital photo printing options. With an overwhelming number of consumers storing their digital images on PC hard drives, the importance of printing digital photos for safe, long-term storage is growing. Fujifilm's extensive line of digital photo printing solutions provides consumers with fast, simple and convenient printing options, to help ensure photos are preserved far into the future. Based on its pioneering technology, decades of imaging know-how and partnerships with leading retailers, Fujifilm offers a wide range of professional quality print solutions that meet the needs of today's busy consumer.


Fujifilm product introduction at CES 2005


Dennis Hissink : 2005-01-03 17:00:00
Fujifilm product introduction at CES 2005 : Fuji Photo Film USA is showcasing its full spectrum of consumer digital technologies at the 2005 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) (booth #12606) - reinforcing its ongoing commitment to bringing digital technology solutions that help consumers quickly and easily capture, store, print and share pictures and data. From digital cameras with advanced image sensor technology, to new environmentally friendly optical disc storage media, to photo printing solutions that offer consumers the flexibility of printing at home, from home or at retail, Fujifilm's digital technology solutions let consumers conveniently capture, store, print and share.






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