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Kopin CyberEVF 230K-NF

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-10-01 14:24:00
Kopin CyberEVF 230K-NF for Kodak EasyShare Z812 IS : Kopin, the leading provider of microdisplays for mobile consumer electronics, announced that Eastman Kodak Company, one of the world's leading camera makers, has expanded its use of Kopin electronic viewfinders (EVF) by selecting Kopin's CyberEVF 230K-NF module for its new EasyShare Z812 IS digital camera. It is the fourth EasyShare model unveiled using Kopin’s ultra-compact EVF. "Kodak’s increasing use of our EVF products is a testament to their quality and value,” said Dr. John C.C. Fan, Kopin president and CEO. “By delivering a superb image quality in a tiny package, Kopin’s EVF helps users of this latest Kodak EasyShare model to take brilliant HD pictures and videos.”


Digital camera strap

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-09-18 21:50:00
Digital camera strap from epic photo gear : epic photo gear has just announced three unique camera straps with a twist - these straps all have two handy pockets - one for a cell phone and the other for camera batteries or memory cards. Vic Cherubini, President of epic photo gear was inspired to design the new straps after attending a Friday night high school football game. “I was at the game and noticed one of the photographers on the sidelines with a small pocket sewn into his camera strap. His wife added the appendage which he used to hold an extra battery and a memory card. I thought it was a wonderful idea, but I wanted to take it to the next level” said Cherubini, so he designed the PocketPal line of camera straps.


Sharp display suite

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-09-11 21:09:00
Sharp display suite : Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas (SMA) unveiled four new products in its industrial LCD display suite. The offerings expand Sharp’s display options in several popular mobile device sizes, with one new 5.7-inch, one new 3.7-inch, and two new 3.5-inch models. Each LCD display suite product offers a unique set of advanced optics and enhanced features designed to provide Industrial Applications (IA) developers with a wider range of display performance choices. SMA’s proprietary technology enhancements to various products in the suite include breakthrough transflective display technology that allows for higher contrast in outdoor, high-ambient lighting environments.


XShot monopod

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-09-11 18:07:00
XShot monopod : Originally designed to help people take photos of themselves without the inevitable arm extension, XShot, LLC, announces a product that is gaining popularity in still photography, and the video industry as well. What is the XShot? The XShot is a hand-held, monopod-like product that allows the user to capture their picture when no one is around to take it for them. “People no longer have to rely on extending their arm or passing strangers to take their pictures,” Michael Daoud, co-founder of XShot, LLC, said. “Photographers and videographers can now be a part of the memory they capture and get a great image.” The XShot monopod extends over three feet and is made of high-quality stainless steel.


Nikon Scene Recognition System

Dennis Hissink : 2007-08-26 02:30:00
Nikon Scene Recognition System : Nikon announces the introduction of their new Scene Recognition System, which recognizes a subject or scene prior to capture, then, using information from the 1,005-pixel RGB sensor, that enables highly precise exposure control utilizing color information, applies that information to achieve more accurate autofocus, auto exposure and auto white balance control. The Scene Recognition System is an epoch-making function realized through the improvement of image recognition capability of the 1,005-pixel RGB sensor by employing the diffraction grating for it. This greatly increases the precision of the information to be utilized in auto exposure and auto white balance, as well as in autofocus.


Nikon WT4 Wireless Transmitter

Dennis Hissink : 2007-08-26 01:15:00
Nikon WT4 Wireless Transmitter : Nikon Corporation is pleased to announce the introduction of Wireless Transmitter WT-4, that enables image transfer and camera control from a computer connected with a camera via USB cable, and remote-control software Camera Control Pro 2. The Nikon WT-4 Wireless Transmitter, when connected with the Nikon D3 or D300 digital SLR, permits image transfer to a computer connected wirelessly or using Ethernet cable, or to an FTP server. Wireless printing is also made possible via computer. Furthermore, the newly added Thumbnail Select mode realizes wireless transfer of images to a computer taken with several cameras connected to the new Nikon WT-4 Wireless Transmitter.


Share pre-digital and digital media online

Ilse Jurriën : 2007-08-13 20:20:09
Share pre-digital and digital media online with iMemories : Have you ever wondered how to convert pre-1990s home movies such as 8mm, Super 8, and 16mm reels, or old VHS and 8mm camcorder videotapes? What if some of your user-generated content isn’t digital yet? Where can you store all of your family memories, no matter how new or old? To solve this problem, iMemories announced iMemories Online, a new web-based service and interface that combines one of the broadest ranges of video-related services available for sharing both pre-digital and digital media in one family collection. The online service transforms old-media memories into crystal-clear digital files that consumers can enjoy and share-whenever and wherever they like.


Apple iPhone socket pocket storage device

Mark Peters : 2007-08-03 09:27:00
Apple iPhone socket pocket storage device : Perfect Curve announced the expansion of its home organization offerings with the introduction of the patented Socket Pocket - a unique storage device that provides consumers a safe and organized place to store and charge; Apple iPhones, Cell phones, PDA's, Apple iPods, Digital cameras, MP3 players and other small electronic devices, such as Bluetooth earphones, etc. New Apple iPhone owner, Yonald Chery, President of Cambridge, MA based software startup Hingepoint, and a self proclaimed technology enthusiast states, "It's not rocket science; my Apple iPhone is definitely an investment. The patented Socket Pocket is direct available throughout the Socket Pocket website.






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