PMA Coverage in our June, 2006 Issue

PMA Coverage in our June, 2006 Issue

by George Schuab

I wanted to give you a Coming Attraction of our June, 2006 Shutterbug issue. It's filled with new products, trends and technology from the recent PMA Show in Orlando, FL. This is the biggest photo/imaging trade show in the US, and we had a team of reporters covering every facet of the event. We have reports on new digital SLRs, lenses, scanners, printers, lighting, film and our ever-popular "Weird and Wonderful", products only a photographer could love.

We have been posting new product news on our web site daily (www.shutterbug.com) during and since the show, but there were so many to cover that we thought we'd give you a sampling of what's to come in our big June show report issue. Subscribers will get this issue in late April/early May, 2006, or you can pick up a copy on your newsstand in the first week of May.

Argraph Corporation has introduced the innovative new Samigon V-H Flip Bracket.

Argraph Corporation has introduced Digital High Grade (DHG) Filters, the first optical filters designed specifically for digital cameras and lenses.

Canon has introduced a host of new products at the annual PMA Show, including a new DSLR, pro-quality lenses and pro printers.

Delkin Devices has announced the addition of Scratch Armor to their Archival Gold line. They are available in both CD-R and DVD-R formats.

Eastman Kodak Company has announced improvements across its professional output product portfolio designed to increase efficiency and bolster quality.

Fuji has introduced three new digicams at PMA 2006, the FinePix F30, the FinePix F650, and the FinePix A600. Perhaps the most interesting is their new FinePix F30.

Logitech and Adobe Systems Incorporated have announced the results of a collaboration to provide creative professionals and design enthusiasts new levels of control when using Adobe Creative Suite 2 (CS2) and standalone CS2 applications.

Nikon, Olympus and Pentax have introduced five digital cameras designed to connect to Kodak's EASYSHARE printer dock via the IMAGELINK system standard.

PENTAX Imaging Company has announced three additional digital SLR products that are currently under development and that were showcased under glass at the PMA show.

Giving digital still camera (DSC) manufacturers the benefits of full software programmability with the performance of hard-wired solutions, Texas Instruments Incorporated has introduced DaVinci technology optimized for the digital still camera market.

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