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Articles: Creates Photo Community
This new web service changes how we Store and Buy Online Photos.

How Has the Internet Has Changed the Face of Photography?
Photography has taken a turn from being a darkroom-based hobby to a globally recognized form of artistic expression. As the medium has transformed through the years, so has the technology that goes hand in hand with taking, developing, printing, and displaying photographs of all shapes and sizes.

HP Recalls Photosmart R707 Digital Camera
Hewlett-Packard (HP) is recalling its Photosmart R707 Digital Camera due to an error in the software that manages its battery-charging functions.

Japanese Digital Camera Suppliers Look to Bolster Production
Plan 18% Increase in Global Shipments in 2006-07

Rumors Foxconn will acquire digital camera maker Premier shot down
Although market speculation has suggested that Foxconn Electronics (the registered trade name of Hon Hai Precision Industry) has expressed interest in acquiring Premier Image Technology, Taiwan's leading digital camera OEM, in order to strengthen its presence in the optical component segment, both Premier and Foxconn denied the news.

Sony Marks Entry Into Digital Single Lens Reflex Camera Market With New Symbolic Sub-Brand
Sony has established a new brand name for its digital single lens reflex (D-SLR) cameras that will be launched worldwide this summer.

Canon's Three New LCD Projectors Deliver Afford, High-Quality Display And Ease-Of-Use
Canon's three new compact, affordable multimedia projectors capture the attention of presentation professionals and their audiences.

Kodak, Sony deemed best by digital camera buyers
Eastman Kodak Co., the world's largest photography company, and Sony Corp., the world's second-largest maker of consumer electronics, again topped the J.D. Power and Associates customer satisfaction survey, while Canon Inc. cameras slid in almost all categories.

Camera Phones to Steal Low-End Digital Camera Market within Two Years, Says ABI Research
Within two years, low-end camera phones will take much of the market share now held by low-end standalone digital cameras, according to ABI Research.

Ricoh announces all-terrain digital camera
Despite major developments in digital camera technology, vulnerability to the elements is often overlooked.

Nikon keeps focus on camera quality
Digital single-lens reflex cameras keep dropping in price while offering improved features, higher resolution and more functionality each year, and the new Nikon D50 is no exception.

Dixons to end 35mm camera sales
Dixons, one of the high street's largest electrical retailers, is to stop selling 35mm cameras as consumers snub traditional photography in favour of new digital technology.

HP to quit DC biz in Asia-Pacific region
Hewlett-Packard (HP) announced yesterday that the company is to withdraw its digital camera (DC) business from the Asia-Pacific region, and focus on the household photo printing market.

Sanyo reports loss on mobile phone, digital camera sales
Sanyo Electric Co., the troubled Japanese electronics giant undergoing a three-year restructuring plan, reported a first-quarter net loss of 26.2 billion yen ($233.9 million) Wednesday on falling sales of digital cameras and mobile phones.

Snap-ons for your camera
YOU'VE opened the box with your new digital camera and you're ready to get down to some serious point-and-shoot action.

Sony, Konica in digital camera tie-up
The two will share technology to develop digital single lens reflex cameras to meet growing demand.

Kodak to Discontinue Black-and-White Paper
Ending a century-old tradition, Eastman Kodak Co. will soon stop making black-and-white photographic paper, a niche product for fine-art photographers and hobbyists that is rapidly being supplanted by digital-imaging systems.

Tips for buying a disposable camera
Americans bought more than 200-million disposable cameras last year. In fact, most people who still use film use a disposable camera. Now there are disposable digital cameras.

Industry gets boost from digital camera sales
Due mainly to the success of digital cameras worldwide, the camera battery pack industry has undergone tremendous growth in production and sales.

The sky's the limit with the new Canon EOS 20Da Digital SLR
The prospect of digital cameras completely replacing their film counterparts, once taken for granted, may be fading fast.

Digital cameras in decline?
The prospect of digital cameras completely replacing their film counterparts, once taken for granted, may be fading fast.

Camera Phones Nip at Standalone Digital Camera Market
"There are 1.6 billion cellular subscribers in world," said Tony Henning, managing editor of the Mobile Imaging Report. "Within 2 or 3 years at least a billion of them will have camera phones. That has to impact the market for digital still cameras because people who would have otherwise bought their first digital camera won't have to."

Six Flags selects Pentax as digital camera sponsor
Pentax Imaging Company and Six Flags, Inc.announced today that the world's largest regional theme park company has selected one of the world's most popular photography manufacturers as a national sponsor and "The Official Digital Camera Of Six Flags Theme Parks" for its 28 U.S. parks, beginning with the 2005 theme-park season.

Digital Camera May Help Prevent Diabetic Blindness
The snap of a camera and the click of a mouse may help detect and treat a disease that robs the sight of thousands of Americans every year.

Digital camera market peaked too soon
The digital camera industry has reached maturity early, and the heady growth rates will slow, according to a report.

Kyocera to stop production of Contax cameras at year-end
Kyocera Corp announced Tuesday it will stop producing high-quality cameras under the Contax brand at the end of this year.

Digital camera card full up? No problem
They say you never run out of film with a digital camera. But a memory card that's full is just as bad.

Nikon to Ship High-sensitity Digital Camera for Microscopes in May
Nikon announced on March 28 that the company will launch the DS-2M, a new series of microscope digital cameras, on May 1.

Lexar wins $465.4 million lawsuit against Toshiba
Total Damages of $465 Million, The Largest IP Verdict in California History.

Top 10 Tips for Great Pictures
Do you wish you were a better photographer? All it takes is a little know-how and experience.

Outside shots
It's happened again. You come back from a glorious hiking trip to Mount Rainier, where you filled frame after frame with images of bright wildflowers, emerald meadows and summits sparkling against an ultramarine sky.

Father of Photojournalism?
Alfred Eisenstaedt, better known to his friends, and now the world, as 'Eisie', has often aroused controversy among photographers.

Combat Red Eye
Red eye: Everyone hates it, yet it's hard to avoid finding a few examples in every batch of pictures you take.


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