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New recordable CD introduced thats specifically designed for photographers to store and share

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New recordable CD introduced thats specifically designed for photographers to store and share

New recordable CD introduced that's specifically designed for photographers to store and share digital photos

Mitsui Advanced Media's new Mitsui Photo CD-R is now available in a five pack for 2.70 and includes a free 30 day trial of Filpalbum 3.1 software on one of the CD-Rs. This enables users to browse, organise, enhance, capture, print and store digital photos with ease.

The free 30 day trial of Flipalbum lets users develop their first digital photo album. You can edit and enhance photos, annotate photos and pages of your album, view individual photos with 3D animated page turning or set up an automated slide show complete with background music. A thumbnail index of photos, bookmarking and WYSIWYG printing capability are also included.

Mitsui Advanced Media claim that the CD-R's Diamond Coat Protection ensures scratch resistance and the layers of organic Phthalocyanine dye and pure silver deliver exceptional reliability and longevity. This CD-R media is compatible with all reader writer combinations.

Greg Boyer, European Product Manager, Mitsui Advanced Media told ePHOTOzine 'Mitsui Advanced Media has always been the digital media industry benchmark in quality and performance for professional use recordable media. We now have a significant range of attractive media that appeals to the consumer so they too can take advantage of professional quality media at a price that is right for them.'

www.mitsuimedia.co.uk

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