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Fujifilm 3D photography

Mark Peters : 2008-09-22 16:40:00
Fujifilm 3D real image system : Fujifilm announces a radical departure from current imaging systems with the development of a completely new, real image system (3D digital camera, 3D digital photo frame, 3D print) that marks a complete break from previous attempts to introduce this technology. The arrival of digital photography over a decade ago opened up so many new ways of enjoying images, not only through capture, but also through manipulation, printing and display. Sales of digital cameras, and other devices like camera phones or webcams have raced ahead of what experts had expected because of the sheer scope of what has become possible in digital imaging.


SlotMusic cards

Mark Peters : 2008-09-22 11:40:26
SanDisk slot Music card : Leaders in music, retail and flash memory technology announced they’re bringing consumers an innovative, new physical music format, dubbed “slotMusic.” microSD cards will soon be made available with pre-loaded, high quality, DRM-free MP3 music of top artists from EMI Music, SONY BMG, Universal Music Group, and Warner Music Group. A selection of slotMusic cards will first be available at brick-and-mortar and online stores throughout the U.S., including Best Buy and Wal-Mart, with Europe to follow. A list of slotMusic albums, availability and pricing will be announced in time for the coming holiday season. SanDisk, inventor of the microSD format, is leading the technology development behind slotMusic.


Samsung APS-C camera system

Ilse Jurriën : 2008-09-22 09:37:00
Samsung APS-C format image sensor : According to a publication in the Amateur Photographer, a respected magazine in the UK, Samsung is working on a project to develop a camera system that is built around an APS-C format image sensor. This is an unexpected and hasty announcement that comes right after the introduction of the Micro FourThirds system of Olympus and Panasonic. Questions are whether this 'announcement' is a strategic move and in which phase the project is right now. According to Amateur Photographer the Executive Vice President Byung Woo Lee of Samsung has confirmed that the APS-C system will be introduced in the spring of 2010.


Panasonic Lumix G Micro System

Ilse Jurriën : 2008-09-12 08:00:00
Panasonic Lumix G lens camera system : Panasonic is pleased to announce a brand-new digital interchangeable lens camera system - the Lumix G Micro System. It is based on the new Micro Four Thirds System standard that greatly reduces camera size and weight to further enhance the inherent advantages of the original Four Thirds System standard for digital interchangeable lens cameras. Although the world market for digital interchangeable lens cameras continues to grow at a steady pace, yet there is a widespread notion that digital SLR cameras are large, heavy and hard to use resulting in a preference for compact cameras. Panasonic has now made it possible to develop digital interchangeable lens camera that comply with the new Micro Four Thirds System standard and feature greater compactness and lighter weight.


Micro FourThirds System

Dennis Hissink : 2008-08-13 23:05:00
Micro FourThirds System : We have received more information about the Micro FourThirds System. The new standard extends the benefits of the Four Thirds System standard for interchangeable lens type digital camera systems by enabling dramatic reductions in size and weight. Though it may hard to understand or to imagine how small the Micro Four Thirds System concept camera can be. The images included in this article may clarify this. This new innovative standard is in my mind a very interesting development and may increase the interest in the DSLR market. At this moment none of the companies (Olympus and Panasonic) that are the drivers of the Micro FourThirds System have unveiled a new model. But Photokina 2008 is coming up …


World’s fastest Drop-on-Demand Inkjet Printhead

Mark Peters : 2008-03-27 11:00:00
World’s fastest Inkjet Printhead : Kyocera Corporation announced that it has developed the world’s fastest high-resolution inkjet printhead - the main imaging component used in inkjet printers - for commercial applications. The company will commence global sales of the new KJ4 Series printhead in April 2008. The KJ4 Series offers outstanding reliability and productivity, with full-color print speeds of up to 200 meters per minute at 600 x 480 dpi, or 150 meters per minute at 600 x 600 dpi. The KJ4 Series also offers the widest print line of any printhead in its class, spanning 4.25 inches (108 millimeters). Kyocera’s KJ4 Series printhead has been produced and sold on a purely limited basis until now.


Nokia Morph

Mark Peters : 2008-02-28 09:02:53
Nokia Morph concept phone : Morph, a joint nanotechnology concept, developed by Nokia Research Center (NRC) and the University of Cambridge (UK) - was launched alongside the "Design and the Elastic Mind" exhibition, on view from February 24 to May 12, 2008, at The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York. Nokia Morph concept mobile phone features in both the exhibition catalog and on MoMA's official website. Elements of Nokia Morph might be available to integrate into mobile devices within 7 years, though initially only at the high-end. However, nanotechnology may one day lead to low cost manufacturing solutions, and offers the possibility of integrating complex functionality at a low price.


Panasonic Lumix wireless camera

Dennis Hissink : 2008-01-07 19:00:00
Panasonic Lumix wireless camera : Panasonic highlighted the development of a Lumix digital compact camera with wireless network connectivity, complete with integrated access to T-Mobile HotSpot service and the ability to send photos directly to Picasa Web Albums, a free online photo-sharing service from Google. Panasonic collaborated with T-Mobile Hotspot and used Picasa Web Albums’ APIs to develop a new and optimal online environment for photo sharing. After taking digital photos with the new Lumix camera, users will be able to upload their photos directly to Picasa Web Albums through the T-Mobile HotSpot service. The Lumix comes with complimentary access to T-Mobile HotSpot service for 12 months.






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