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Shutterbug Staff Posted: Aug 04, 2004 0 comments

Manfrotto
has introduced what they call the world's first fully automatic
self-regulating tripod - the NeoTec. The NeoTec line of Pro Photo Supports,
currently comprising the 458B tripod and 684B monopod, is built around
an innovative self-regulating mechanism inside the leg that is said to
deliver unmatched speed, stability and ease-of-use.

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Shutterbug Staff Posted: Aug 03, 2004 0 comments

Joe Farace is the author of more than 20 books on photography, digital imaging and computing, including Better Available Light Photography with Barry Staver. He producted a trilogy of digital imaging books for Allworth Press and...

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Shutterbug Staff Posted: Aug 03, 2004 0 comments

Tamron
USA, Inc. has announced the launch of a newly redesigned AF28-300mm F/3.5-6.3
XR Di Aspherical (IF) MACRO (model A061), a high power zoom lens now featuring
"Di" (Digitally Integrated) design. The "Di" design
is achieved by 1) improving our BBAR coatings to a new multi-coating that
encompasses all of the benefits of the original but now further reduces
the ghosting and flare caused by aberrations, and 2) by further enhancing
our already stringent quality control system. The new AF28-300mm Di is
redesigned as a high power zoom lens now ideal for use with interchangeable-lens
digital cameras as well as film cameras. It provides an angle of view
equivalent to that of approx. 465mm ultra telephoto when used with a digital
camera and enables you to enjoy creative composition of images at the
28mm wideangle setting when used with a 35mm film camera. "SP"
(Super Performance) is a designation Tamron puts on lenses featuring superior
specifications and outstanding optical performance.



Visit: www.tamron.com

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Shutterbug Staff Posted: Aug 02, 2004 0 comments

CPI
Technologies, Inc. has launched it's VersaFrame.com website to show the
world a new concept in picture framing technology. The VersaFrame Modular
displays are said to tackle an age-old problem in a maximizing display
spaces and utilizing personal creativity.



Pairs of clear, hinged, sliding panes hold numerous materials - from photographs
to certificates of achievement and everything in between. These panes
slide into anodized aluminum channels that can be custom cut into an infinite
number of sizes and display configurations.



VersaFrame also offers "Educational Frame Systems" for schools
or parents that want to give young children a place to practice writing
letters, making shapes and coloring pictures. Content can be changed in
seconds and offer ongoing challenges to developing minds. Using included
dry-erase markers on special scratch-resistant panes, even young children
can practice and erase drawings with ease. VersaFrame Display Products
are made in the USA in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.



Contact: http://www.VersaFrame.com

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