Western Digital (NYSE: WDC) today introduced its newest generation of My Passport portable hard drives specifically designed for use with Mac computers and Apple Time Machine, featuring compact, elegant Mac-inspired designs with high capacity storage options and exceptional security for today's active lifestyles.
WD, a Western Digital (NASDAQ: WDC) company, has redesigned its popular My Book® and My Book for Mac lines of external desktop drives to provide as much as 4 TB storage capacity and enhanced data protection for those who create and collect large volumes of data, video, music and photos.
Western Digital (NYSE: WDC) announced that its newest generation of the popular My Book® Studio external hard drives are designed for use with Mac computers and Apple Time Machine. Now available with a 3 TB storage capacity, the new design features a brushed aluminum casing to match the appearance of a Mac computer, and also serves to keep the drive cool while in use. The aluminum exterior, combined with its WD® Caviar® Green drives, eliminates the need for an internal fan to reduce drive noise and extend the life of the drive. Although formatted for Mac computers, the My Book Studio external hard drives can also be reformatted for PCs.
Photo Basics announced the addition of three more 5-in-1 reflector sizes to the product line. The new reflectors provide more options to the aspiring photographer at a very competitive price. Each reflector contains a slipcover with gold, black, white and silver as well as a 1-stop diffusion panel and comes in a cloth round carry case for ease of transport.
The new 20” 5-in-1 Reflector (#306) opens to 20” and collapses down to 8”. Weighing less than a pound (0.55 lbs), this is the ideal reflector for any on-location photographer. The street price is $19.90.
White House Custom Colour (WHCC) announced its Book and Album Sample Program to make it easier to sell books and albums to clients, as well as the availability of several new products. The new additions arrive just in time for the fall and holiday selling season, giving professional photographers more creative ways to market their businesses and expand their product selection.
“Our clients ask and we deliver. That is our standard operating procedure around here,” said Mike Hanline, owner and CEO of WHCC. “We take client feedback seriously, and our new studio sample program and product additions are a direct result of conversations we’ve had with our clients. If we can help add value to your business, we’ll not only meet your needs, we’ll exceed them.”
Here’s a reminder to enter the Shutterbug/Panasonic Fall Colors Photo Contest that comes to a close on Dec. 31, 2010. We’re seeking images that express a fantasy or tell a story of Fall Colors Grand Scenery in unique and interesting ways. Use your mind’s eye to challenge your perception of the image in your viewfinder; you are only limited by your imagination! All you need do is register and upload up to five images onto our special Panasonic Fall Colors Contest page in our Galleries section. To enter today start by clicking here.
FUJIFILM North America Corporation announced the premium, compact long-zoom FinePix F800EXR digital camera that features a new innovative Wireless Image Transfer function that allows users to quickly and easily upload high resolution images to their smartphone or tablet. The F800EXR continues the tradition of superior image quality that the F-Series is known for with its speed, bright lens, intuitive use and advanced features. The new F800EXR also now includes six built-in photographic filters for users to get even more creative with their photography.
World Photography Organisation (WPO), a London based initiative that provides a global platform for professional, amateur, and student photography through its website and live events, is coming to New York to engage the city's vibrant photography community with exhibitions, workshops, and talks led by world renowned practitioners in the field. WPO has partnered with the Chelsea Art Museum who will serve as the host venue for all activities from October 13 through November 12, 2011.