Epson will also host a press conference at Photokina on the 25th
September at 16.00 in the Europasaal. It will discuss Epson's
business strategy and latest technology innovations for the photo
industry and launch its latest products for the professional and
consumer photo markets.
The professional printing and graphics area on Epsonís stand
features three live studio set-ups for commercial and portrait
photography and fine art printing. Each highlights the role
Epson technology plays in these environments. In addition to
its UltraChrome K3 large format printers, Epson will demonstrate its
range of software applications aimed at the busy photographic
studio. Applications include: Epson AlbumMaker to turn photos
into a wide range of creative products such as personalised albums,
posters and calendars; Epson CopyFactory, ideal for enlarging photos,
graphics and reprographics; ColorBase software for consistent results
from print to print and from printer to printer and Epson Stylus RIP
Professional for workflow and colour management control.
In addition, professional and semi-professional photographers can test
Epsonís Multimedia Storage Viewers featuring 80GB storage
capacity for image backup as well as Epsonís market leading
Photo Fine screen.
There is also a photo gallery so you can appreciate the creativity and
skill behind the photos while also examining the quality of output from
Epson UltraChrome K3 ink technology.
Whether you want to print from your computer, directly from your
digital camera memory card or mobile phone camera there is a
demonstration to meet your needs. Epson will demonstrate its
full range of home photo printers, including its 4x6 inch dedicated
photo printers for easy home photo printing, six-colour all-in-ones if
you need your own home photo bureau and six colour photo inkjets for
flexible printing up to A4.
Epson is also dedicating a section of its booth to scrapbooking so if
you are considering documenting your family history or are a
scrapbooking hobbyist, Epson is displaying a range of paper, printers
and ideas to help you make your albums fun for generations to come.
Debuting at Photokina is Epsonís new scanner range, the
Perfection V10, V100 and V350. All three models incorporate
the premium quality scanning that is typically associated with
Epsonís unique Matrix CCD technology into a new slim design.
Epson will also demonstrate its latest projector line-up for both
business and home cinema. If you wish to watch movies,
project premium quality photo slide shows or business presentations,
Epson projectors will deliver a big screen up to 60 inches wide from
just 1.5 metres away. As a manufacturer of the Three Panel
Liquid Crystal Display (3LCD panel) all Epson projectors feature its
premium projector technology. 3LCD projectors deliver bright
and vivid images, true-to-life colours and faithfully reproduced images.
Marc Tinkler, Epson Europe says, ďThe Epson booth at
Photokina has become renowned over the years as a hub of photo and
projection activity. We are set to increase this reputation
with the new range of innovative products being demonstrated on our
booth. It has been specially built with our customers in mind
from professional photographers to those new to digital photo printing.
We are looking forward to demonstrating and sharing our latest products
with visitors to Photokina 2006.
Epson has partnered with Prominence for Charity who is exhibiting
portraits of German VIPís at Photokina. All the
artistic photographs are printed on Epson Stylus Pro 9800 large format
printers and Epson Matte Canvas Paper. A live auction of all
the prints will be held at the Prominence for Charity booth A21-31,
hall 2.2 on the 27 September at 19:00hrs. All money raised will be
donated to UNICEF.