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Epson R-D1s

Dennis Hissink : 2006-03-16 00:15:00
Epson R-D1s : Epson Japan unveiled an updated version of the R-D1, the Epson RD-1s digital SLR camera. With the Epson R D1s rangefinder camera, Epson introduces an unique model in today's digital camera market. Its predecessor already made furor even long before it became available and even with the new RD-1s Epson is still introducing a digital camera that is not one of a kind. The Epson R D1s digital SLR camera is a combination of old school photography and high quality digital image handling. The concept of the Epson R-D1s remains the same, only some software updates and some functions have been added to the camera. At this moment we have no consumer price for you, this information will follow soon.


Digital Photography Future and History

Mark Peters : 2006-03-11 17:50:00
Digital Photography Future and History : It took Joseph Niépce 10 years of failed experiments to get it right, but in the summer of 1826, the world’s first photograph was created. With the 180th anniversary of Niépce’s contribution to photography upon us this year, digital imaging leader Epson provides its take on the future of photography - from electronic paper to printing from television. Ramon Ollé, CEO Epson Europe says, “Photography has been an important part of our society for decades. We all possess the desire to produce a photo, to show, to share and to store for years to come. The persistence and discoveries of innovators during the last 180 years has brought us to where we are today with Digital Photography.


PictSync develops guidelines for Photo Sharing

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-02-25 18:30:38
PictSync develops guidelines for Photo Sharing : Epson, HP, IDS, Olympus, PortalPlayer and Samsung, working together as the PictSync Promoters Group, today announced guidelines to increase interoperability between digital cameras, camera phones and portable media players. The guidelines, dubbed PictSync, will enable the easy transfer of digital photos between two portable devices that are able to capture or store images, without requiring a personal computer. A licensing program is under development to allow for broad industry adoption of the PictSync guidelines. “PictSync is very Synergetic to PictBridge, we expect it will provide extended interoperability to PictBridge capable devices,” said Koji Abe, General Manager, Canon Japan.


Epson Perfection V750-M Pro scanner

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-02-24 00:35:00
Epson Perfection V750-M Pro scanner : The Epson Perfection V750-M Pro scanner is making its debut as the first scanner for photo studio applications that offers capabilities typically found in high-end commercial lab scanners, at a much more affordable price. The Perfection V750-M Pro scanner has been created with the professional and amateur photographer in mind and provides groundbreaking resolution that is achieved using a new Dual Lens System. In addition, a new fluid mount accessory, allows photographers to perform wet scans on a flatbed scanner, which is especially valuable for enhanced scratch removal and grain reduction from black and white film. The Perfection 750-M Pro will be available in May at an msrp of $799


Epson Perfection V700 photo scanner

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-02-24 00:30:00
Epson Perfection V700 photo scanner : The Epson Perfection V700 Photo scanner is making its debut as the first scanner for photo studio applications that offers capabilities typically found in high-end commercial lab scanners, at a much more affordable price. The Perfection V700 photo scanner has been created with the professional and amateur photographer in mind and provides groundbreaking resolution that is achieved using a new Dual Lens System. The Epson Perfection V700 Photo incorporates the Epson Dual Lens System, which is a new double lens scanning system that enables super resolution (6400 dpi) scanning of 35mm, 2 1/4", and 4"x 5" medium format film.


Valentines gift Epson StoryTeller photo book

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-02-13 23:56:00
Valentines gift Epson StoryTeller photo book : Cupid can give a gift that will be treasured long after the flowers have wilted or chocolates have been eaten this Valentine’s Day. Whether you relive your first date, the day you said “I do,” or your child’s first steps, the Epson StoryTeller Photo Book Creator will help you or your Valentine tell a personal story and create a one-of-a-kind keepsake. The StoryTeller kit gives you everything you need to turn your digital photos into a beautiful, hardbound glossy photo book. Starting at $20, the kit includes either a 5"x7" or 8"x10" hardbound book, a glossy book cover, and glossy pages that you easily assemble into the book at home, as well as easy-to-use software.


Epson fine art print solutions at Spring Fair 2006

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-02-09 18:15:00
Epson fine art print solutions at Spring Fair 2006 : The number of limited edition Giclée prints being supplied by artists has continued to increase. The growth is attributed to the benefits offered by Giclée. The print-on-demand technology, allows artists to experiment with their images and minimise the amount of capital tied up in stock. As more and more artists begin to recognize the benefits that Giclée printing has to offer to the fine art market, Epson continues to be the fine-art brand of choice, due to its high-quality, light-fast print technology. Epson will showcase her “scan-to-print” and Giclée printing techniques at Spring Fair 2006.


Epson CreativeZone ideas to make personalized photos

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-02-09 17:30:00
Epson CreativeZone ideas to make personalized photos : Now that the holidays have passed, most people are surrounded by photos from their celebrations and not know how best to show them off. Rather than sticking them in a run-of-the-mill photo album or in a shoebox, why not turn them into a one-of-a-kind memento? The Epson CreativeZone, formerly the Print Lab Series, offers a wide variety of craft ideas to turn individual photos into personalized keepsakes for you to enjoy or to share with loved ones. The site also features additional resources to help consumers make the most of their photos, including articles, tips and tricks from scrapbook experts. Best of all, these projects are posted and ready for anyone to download for free!






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