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Dennis Hissink : September 14th 2003 - 09:28 CET
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DP-NOWWe have two interesting news facts for you; news from the land of Fish & Chips and one from Hungary, land of the Donau river. First start with the news from the UK. Our good friend Ian Burley from Digital Photography Now (DP-Now) has opened a so-called interactive feature. A lot of you folks will blink your eyes and read it again, but well every day you could learn something new, haha. According to Ian, an interactive feature is an open article that will be updated with the help of a forum or the comments of others like you. The article will start to grow into a direction that has to been seen yet, so it turn into a great thing or it could end in a minute. The subject of this experiment is a detailed hands-on preview of the Olympus E-1.
Ian spent some time on a nice location with some Olympus Europe representatives, including engineers from Japan learning all about this new platform Olympus developed. During this short course Ian had the opportunity to learn more about this Four Thirds System and could actually use the Olympus E-1 camera with several lenses from wide to the beautiful 300mm f2,8 lens.

Like to try out being part of a story and see how it evolves? Hop on over to DP-NOW where you could be a part of the action.

Our second news item is about the Hungarian website Index Digicam. Our friend from Hungary, Tibor, can be proud to be part of this outstanding Hungarian website. The release of the new website Index Digicam is the result of hard work and long hours. Hungary's largest digital camera website was founded in February 1999 and became the single most important photo site on the Hungarian net. With the new site a new classified engine and a store locator was introduced. Also a complete redesigned user interface has been integrated into the new website. Those of you who understand Hungarian do not hesitate and bookmark this interesting website. The ones among us who have no clue what the meaning is of "DigitalWorld - Digitális fényképez?gép kölcsönzés"? well just have a look for yourself and enjoy the layout! Take care?




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