Pentax (Booth G151)will be showcasing the following new products:
K20D semi-professional DSLR
K200D entry level DSLR
300mm f/4 ED [IF] SDM lens
200mm f/2.8 ED [IF] SDM lens
35mm f/2.8 Macro limited lens
55-300mm f/4-5.8 ED lens
18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 AL II lens
Optio S12 digital compact
Optio M50 digital compact
Optio E50 digital compact
Click here for more information about Pentax.
Canon (Booth E101) will be unveiling a whole host of new products at PMA including the following:
EOS 400D DSLR,
IXUS 80 IS digital compact
PowerShot A590 IS digital compact
PowerShot A580 digital compact
PowerShot A 470 digital compact
Two new professional telephoto lenses
PIXMA iP2600 Printer
For more information, please visit the Canon website.
Sony (booth G196) are set to unveil the following new products:
Cyber Shot W130
For more information on Sony visit the website.
Fujifilm (booths B100, D100, E100) will be announcing the following new products at PMA.
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At booth E10 Olympus will be exhibiting the following new products:
mju 850 SW
mju 1030 SW
Visit the Olympus website for more information.
Samsung (booth C150) will be showcasing the following recently announced products:
GX-20 Digital SLR
18-250mm and 18-55mm lenses
For more info visit the Samsung website.
Direct Source Marketing (DSM)
Direct Source Marketing (booth L223) will be exhibiting the Ultra Slim Rodenstock HR advanced filters, the thinnest cicrular polarizer filters to take a standard snap lens cap.
In addition to the filters, DSM will exhibit the new Rolleiflex Hy6, an advanced medium format camera for film and digital applications that features the ability to accept pro digital backs and all of the Rollei PQ and PQS lenses.
It will also exhibit Horseman’s SW-DII Pro, one of the widest angle rear standard movement cameras on the market, and the Horseman LD Pro, a camera that lets the photographer tilt and shift a DSLR for sharpness and perspective control.
For more information, please visit the DSM website.
Peleman Industries Inc (booth M166), manufacturers of the award-winning Unbind PhotoBook Creator will be introducing their Unibind Green PhotoBooks, made from natural and recycled materials.
The environmentally-friendly PhotoBook is one of several initiatives by Unibind to make its operations as safe as possible for the environment. “Guido Peleman Founder of Peleman Industries Worldwide’s (my father) mission was always to be green,” said Brigitte Peleman-Vantieghem, CEO of Unibind North America. “An example is our commitment to environmental ethics. Thirty-five percent of our products sold are made with recycled materials, and all of our office building’s roofs in Belgium are being solar-panelled. In addition, we have implemented recycling programs at both our Belgium and U.S. operations.”
Peleman will also be introducing their ProBook photo album machine and BCC10 Automated Binding Machine.
Designed by Unibind’s team of engineers at corporate headquarters in Belgium, the Unibind BCC10 automated binding machine is made for high-capacity production facilities and large photo labs. Built to order to satisfy the fast-growing demand of the photo book market, the BCC10 provides an astounding capacity of 400 books per hour for the most demanding photo album requirements.
The ProBook photo album machine allows small to mid-sized photo labs to create professionally-bound photo albums for weddings, vacations, graduations, and travel with sizes as large as 9x12in in both portrait and landscape formats. The ProBook photo album machine creates two-sided pages with real photographic paper that lies flat, so it allows for beautiful panoramic photos.
For more information on Peleman, please visit their website.
Digital Foci (booth T160) will be displaying their Image Moments 8 and Image Moments 6 digital photo frames, recently awarded Best Buy awards in Consumers Digest.
“No other 8in frame has such an extensive range of file support, including RAW files from digital SLRs. It packs sophisticated file management, including the ability to create folders, on the frame’s [200Mb] of memory. Its remote control makes the unit much easier to use than competitive products. The 5.7in IMT-063 is also a Best Buy,” said Greg Scoblete, Consumers Digest, January/February 2008.
For more information on Digital Foci, please click here.
FotoNation will be demonstrating their ChromaFix chromatic aberration technology, bringing advanced image processing to low-cost low-power devices such as digital cameras and mobile phones.
“We see tremendous potential in using digital technologies to correct optical aberrations that are currently present in consumer-level digital capture devices. FotoNation’s ChromaFix technology has been designed to leverage our expertise in bringing advanced image processing to low-power consumer devices,” said Eran Steinberg, CEO of FotoNation, Inc.
For more information please visit the FotoNation website.