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Minox protection for digital photos introduced
Jasper Huitink : September 21th 2005 - 20:00 CET
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MinoxMinox protection for digital photos introduced : Carsten Chadt explains: “Well maintained traditional film material is known to last for at least a century or two and reproduction is easy." Loss of data can be caused by many different means. The storage medium ages, they may get damaged or deleted by accident or another thing and that is today’s standards may not be read by future hardware and software. Therefore, it should be common practice to regularly copy to the latest standard, but in practice this is becoming more and more complex as the number and size of the files grow. The answer is that pixel by pixel and colour by colour the digital photos will be transferred by cathode rays to conventional film material by a new machine.
Minox protection for digital photos introducedMinox CCG film - 11 million pixels
This provides the ability to produce classic photos on demand on photo paper. Also, to the best of our knowledge today, every future convinced by the quality of his service and says: “There are currently machines on the market which copy the digital photo from the monitor, but not this one! With our method the picture is systematically colour and resolution to the analogue image.” The capability of the machine known as the CCG film recorder is eleven reproduced in million pixels.

Proffesionally copied from CD, DVD or storage card
Customers can supply their data via CD, DVD or storage card to have them professionally copied. It’s scanner will be able to read films or transparencies as they are optical memories. Chadt is fully for sure that many photographers will use this service to safeguard special digital photos as memories for the future.

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