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Pentax SLR test drive


Nic Rossmüller : 2006-09-12 18:10:00
Pentax SLR test drive : Pentax Imaging Company has launched a test drive A Pentax program to introduce consumers to the manufacturer's new K Series digital SLR camera line. From now until December 31, 2006, any customer who visits a participating dealer and test drives a Pentax K Series camera becomes eligible to win the Grand Prize 2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser. A Pentax test drive consists of visiting a participating retailer and asking for a hands-on demonstration of any Pentax K Series camera or viewing a product video online at the Pentax website. "The DSLR marketplace is extremely competitive, and we want the new Pentax DLSR line to be given the recognition it deserves," said Ned Bunnell, marketing director, Pentax Imaging Company.


Apple iTunes Music Store in Japan


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-11 17:38:00
Apple iTunes 6 in Japan : Apple launched the “Summer of Music” in Japan with free music from iTunes, Japan’s favorite online music store, collectible iTunes Cards and exclusive live performances at Apple Retail Stores. All summer long, iTunes is offering free music, music videos and collectible iTunes Cards featuring free downloads from the hottest artists in Japan, including Ken Ishii, Simon Le Bon, Hifana, and the world premiere of a brand new video from Beck. Music fans at Summer Sonic will receive collectible iTunes Cards with free music downloads on August 12 in Tokyo and on August 13 in Osaka. Apple’s seven Retail Stores in Japan are holding in-store performances with favorite local and international artists, including upcoming performances by PE’Z and She Wants Revenge.


eMagin Appoints Radu Auf der Heyde as Director


Nic Rossmüller : 2006-09-07 10:04:00
eMagin Appoints Radu Auf der Heyde as Director : eMagin Corporation, a leader in OLED technology and personal display systems, has appointed Dr. Radu Auf der Heyde as Director. Mr. Auf der Heyde will also join the newly formed Management Committee as the Board designate. The Committee is tasked with overseeing the Company's growth and related strategic initiatives and reports to eMagin's Board of Directors. Dr. Auf der Heyde is President of Lightridge Capital, an investment management firm he founded which uses artificial intelligence technology to assist in decision-making to yield high risk-adjusted returns on investment. He was previously Vice President at Ameriquest Capital, a private equity firm.


MP3 & Portable Audio Player market


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-07 10:02:00
MP3 & Other Portable Audio Players market : In 2006, the MP3 and portable audio player market is worth an estimated $ 5.7 billion in manufacturer sales, almost three times its worth of just over $ 1.9 billion in 2001. During this time, MP3 players have gone from niche to mainstream products, and consumer portable purchases have switched from models that rely on removable content to those whose content is additive and intrinsic. MP3 players have freed consumers from the need to carry around separate music media like CDs or cassettes. The title reflects this fundamental shift. The MP3 player segment, with only about 5% market share in 2001, surpassed combined sales in all other segments in 2004 to claim well over 50% of the market's sales.


HP & Care campaign against global poverty


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-07 01:07:00
HP & Care campaign against global poverty : Sharing a common belief in the power of photography to draw attention to social issues, HP and Care are teaming together in a joint global program that will send teams of photographers to capture the essence of Care’s “I Am Powerful” campaign. In the next two months, the program will dispatch five photographic teams, each composed of one renowned photographer and a photography student, to different regions of the world where Care has on-the-ground poverty-fighting operations. The images taken during the expeditions will be used to showcase the power of today’s digital printing technology. It will also expose new audiences to Care’s work to empower women in the fight against poverty.


Verizon helps American Red Cross


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-07 01:06:00
Verizon Business helps American Red Cross : The American Red Cross has entered into an agreement with Verizon to more rapidly provide aid to individuals affected by natural disasters and other events. Verizon Business will provide an advanced Contact Center Service solution to help the Red Cross improve its emergency response for disaster victims. Verizon can route calls to Red Cross disaster relief agents located anywhere in the US. In addition to the advanced call routing solution, Verizon Business will provide the Red Cross with wide area network connectivity, managed network services, toll-free Enhanced Call Routing, an interactive voice response service, Contact Center Professional Services and customer premises equipment.


Rosewood hotel arrangement with Fujifilm camera


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-07 01:05:00
Rosewood hotel arrangement with Fujifilm camera : Tired of lugging cameras and memory cards on vacation? Have a rare moment to explore on a business trip, but are without your trusty digital? Rosewood Hotels & Resorts, the premier manager of ultra-luxury hotels and resorts, has teamed up with Fujifilm, a world leader in digital imaging innovation, in an exclusive arrangement to offer guests the latest super slick digital cameras for complimentary use while staying at select properties. As a special vacation keepsake, the tech-savvy staff at Rosewood properties will download guests' pictures onto a CD that they can take home with them. Rosewood's concierges will provide Fujifilm cameras to guests along with photo tips for the best results.


Digital Photo Survey from Corel


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-07 01:03:00
Digital Photo Survey from Corel : The popularity of digital photography is evident by the growing number of images stored and shared online each year. But with all of these images being stored, it's no wonder 55% of consumers feel that managing and organizing their digital photo collections is "overwhelming and confusing," according to a national study conducted by Corel Corporation and online survey services provider Zoomerang. The 2006 Digital Photo Survey revealed that the "digital shoebox" problem comparing the photos scattered throughout a hard drive to hardcopy photos thrown into a shoebox, with little organization has become the "distributed shoebox", with collections strewn between online and offline folders.


Color filters for TFT liquid displays


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-07 01:02:00
Color filters for TFT liquid displays : Fuji Photo Film Co., Ltd. announced today that it has concluded a contract with a major Chinese home appliance and electronic components company SVA Electron Co., Ltd. to establish a joint venture company called SVA-Fujifilm Opto-Electronic Materials Co., Ltd to manufacture color filters for TFT liquid crystal displays in Shanghai. SVA-Fujifilm will be the first company in China to manufacture color filters for large- size TFT LCDs. The new company will supply large-size color filters used in laptops, monitors, and large screen TVs for the rapidly growing Chinese LCD market, mainly through SVA-NEC, a member of the SVA group.


Point101 photography holiday


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-06 23:54:00
Point101 photography holiday : Point101, founded in 2003 with inspiration to exhibit fresh, innovative art by exciting emerging talent, and proud member of the Fine Art Trade Guild, is proud to announce the launch of their photography holidays to add to their art, photography and artistic holiday stable. The company will provide an artistic break with expert tuition, within the reach of every level of experience - from complete beginner to established snapper. Alongside the photography trips, this experience will allow people to create individual and personal artworks to display in their homes. Included in the price of the holiday is the chance to turn three favourite photos taken on the visit into large canvas art prints.



Karl Post senior manager of Kodak GCG


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-06 23:46:00
K. Post Senior manager of Kodak’s GCG : Eastman Kodak Company has named Karl Post to the position of Senior Manager, Customer Development for its Graphic Communications Group (GCG). Post brings 13 years of sales, marketing, and strategic customer and partner development experience in the graphic communications industry to Kodak. Post will serve as a customer advocate within Kodak, working with GCG’s Strategic Product Groups and regional sales and marketing teams to drive customer success. He will be responsible for working with customers to understand their needs, and ensuring that KODAK programs, solutions and partnerships deliver value to customers. Post will report to Cheryl Nelan, Director, Customer Development, GCG.


National Conference of State Legislatures 2006


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-06 22:08:00
National Conference of State Legislatures 2006 : This week, the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) will participate in the National Conference of State Legislatures 2006 Annual Meeting and Exhibition in Nashville, Tennessee. With a focus on issues such as energy efficiency and intellectual property, CEA representatives will meet with state policymakers to promote public policy solutions that protect innovation, preserve consumer choice and promote growth in the vibrant consumer technology sector. On Tuesday, August 15th, Douglas Johnson, CEA's senior director of technology will participate in "Energy Efficiency and the Electronics Industry," a panel discussion that will explore the electronics industry's efforts to address energy consumption.


Fuji hunt inkjet solutions at Photokina 2006


Nic Rossmüller : 2006-09-06 22:02:00
Fuji inkjet solution hunt at Photokina 2006 : As Fuji Hunt's expertise in all aspects of image handling and processing continues to develop both inkjet and analogue fields - as well as bridging the two in many instances - the company's Photokina 2006 exhibit promises to be a major attraction at the world fair of imaging. While photochemistry remains the backbone of Fuji Hunt's product ranges, the company's Inkjet Solutions division has also been progressing rapidly, and the company's presence at Photokina will be reflecting this advance. Utilising part of parent company Fujifilm's stand - Stand 9, Hall 4.2 facing the main entrance to the halls - Fuji Hunt will be displaying and demonstrating a wide selection of its products.


Nikon Spotting Scopes RAIII 65 WP and RAIII 82 WP


Nic Rossmüller : 2006-09-06 21:04:00
Nikon Spotting Scopes RAIII 65 WP and RAIII 82 WP : Nikon is pleased to announce two exciting new spotting scopes, the RAIII 65 WP series and the RAIII 82 WP series. The new spotting scopes build on the success of the Nikon Spotting Scope RAII (60/60A) and 80/80, a series which have won wide acceptance in the bird watching market due to their high cost-to-performance value. Thanks to the 65mm and 82mm objectives, both models produce clear, crisp, bright images, perfect for a range of activities. The light, compact design makes for easy portability and the added benefit of being waterproof makes them suitable (up to 2m for 5 minutes) for all conditions. The RA III 65 WP series and the RAIII 82 WP series boast Target Sight.


Flat-panel TV sales increases


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-04 23:02:00
Flat-panel TV sales increases : According to leading consumer and retail information provider The NPD Group, sales of consumer technology which include IT, imaging, audio, video, telecommunications, and consumables, increased almost five percent during the first half of 2006 to over $48 billion compared to the same time period in 2005. The biggest story of the first half of the year was the sales growth of flat-panel TVs. Both LCD and plasma TVs brought in over four billion dollars in sales for the first half of 2006, a 128 percent increase over the same time period in 2005. Notebook computers, which now consistently outsell desktops, continued their upward trend. Sales of notebook computers topped seven billion dollars.


Back to School with new consumer electronics


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-04 22:02:00
Back to School with new consumer electronics : Seventy-two percent of teens expect to have a new consumer electronics (CE) product for back to school this year, according to a recent survey from the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)). According to the study, Back to School CE Spending, parents and teens are expected to spend $ 3.1 billion for CE devices this year for back to school. Not surprisingly, calculators and computers topped the list of products that both teens and parents are likely to buy for school. "While calculators have been a staple on back to school shopping lists for some time now, computers are a relatively recent 'must-have' item," says Steve Koenig, CEA's senior manager of industry analysis.


Photography about Hurrican Katrina consequences


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-04 20:10:00
Photography about Hurrican Katrina consequences : Tate Tullier, hearing impaired photographer, Louisiana native and Gallaudet University graduate shares his unique photographic perspective on New Orleans after hurricane Katrina within a new book titled, Ruby Slippers Cookbook: Life, Culture, Family and Food After Katrina. Through his many photographs, artistic vision and his consulting talents, Tate truly helps capture the look of New Orleans after the flooding engulfed the area in August 2005. Author and Publisher, Amy Cyrex Sins says, “Through his photographs, Tate depicts the dramatic difference between devastated areas of the city and those left untouched by the Katrina aftermath.”


Digital Camera Satisfaction Study


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-04 20:08:00
Digital Camera Satisfaction Study : For the third consecutive year, Kodak EasyShare digital cameras in the $200-$399 price range have ranked highest in customer satisfaction in the J.D. Power and Associates 2006 Digital Camera Satisfaction Study. Since the J.D. Power and Associates Digital Camera Study was introduced in 2004, Kodak is the only brand to rank highest in a single category for three straight years. The Digital Camera Satisfaction Study was based on 5,800 responses from consumers who purchased or received a digital camera between January and July of 2006. "We're very pleased with this ranking, since it's based on customer experience and further solidifies our reputation for quality and ease of use," said Kodak’s vice president.


Nikon Monarch Binoculars


Nic Rossmüller : 2006-09-04 20:03:00
Nikon Monarch Binoculars : Nikon is pleased to announce the introduction of five new binoculars, including the 8.5x56DCF, 10x56DCF and 12x56DCF models and 8x36DCF and 10x36DCF models, adding to the highly regarded Monarch series. Boasting large 56mm diameters, the 8.5x56DCF, 10x56DCF and 12x56DCF models deliver high performance. The generous diameter means they are ideal for use in low lighting conditions, making these new models a perfect option for birders early in the morning or late at night. The 8x36DCF and 10x36DCF feature 36mm diameters to combine excellent performance with portability. All the models are waterproof up to 1m/3.3 ft for 5 minutes. The binoculars are durable for use in all conditions.


Artistic Photography donated by Mark Andrew


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-04 19:11:00
Artistic Photography donated by Mark Andrew : There is no cost to the critically ill children who spend a week of summer camp at the Double H Ranch, thanks to the generous donations of so many concerned individuals. When artistic photographer Mark Andrew learned of the latest campaign to raise over $10 million he contacted camp director Max Yurenda and offered to provide wonderful thank you gifts to the top 30 donors. Andrew presented Yurenda with framed artwork as his donation to help the cause. "Sometimes it helps to encourage donors to give a little more when they can get a quality gift they can display for years to come. I hope my small effort helped to increase the donations they received," said Andrew.






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