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KIS creative photo corner

Posted by: Ralf Jurrien Thursday 8th, March 2007

While most exhibit booths at the Photo Marketing Association trade show are displaying imaging equipment, the KIS Photo-Me Group is dedicating significant space in its booth to My Creativ’ Corner - where show attendees can see and brainstorm ideas for creative consumer photo products that increase a photo retailer’s profits as well as its reputation among consumers, KIS Photo-Me Group said. In My Creativ’ Corner, KIS Photo-Me Group imaging experts will present and discuss numerous creative photo product concepts to stimulate attendees’ ideas for creating fun, exciting photo products that consumers today say they want. All of the display samples can be produced using KIS Photo-Me Group imaging products.

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Inkjet photo kiosk

Posted by: Ralf Jurrien Thursday 8th, March 2007

Photo-Me International plc announced that the company will conduct market trials later this year of a new category of high-speed photo kiosk using Memjet inkjet technology. Memjet inkjet technology, developed by Silverbrook Research Pty Ltd., is being commercialized by Memjet Photo Retail Ltd. Market trials of the new inkjet photo kiosks are expected to get underway by the third quarter of 2007 at selected Photo-Me customer sites in France, and later at other customer sites in Europe, the Americas and Japan. Memjet technology is based on a page-wide inkjet print head that enables low-cost, high-speed photo printing at currently unattainable levels, according to Photo-Me and Memjet Photo Retail.

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DxO digital auto focus camera modules

Posted by: Ralf Jurrien Thursday 8th, March 2007

DxO Labs announces a licensing agreement and a strategic cooperation with STMicroelectronics to develop and bring to market breakthrough imaging sensors and camera modules featuring DxO Digital Optics, a revolutionary embedded imaging technology. A generation of STMicroelectronics imaging modules will feature full auto-focus functionality without any motor or moving parts, enabling DxO Digital Optics fixed lens optics to deliver sharp images from a very short distance to infinity. The resulting products will initially target the high-end mobile imaging market DxO Digital Optics DAF EDoF Priority is just one of the implementations enabled by DxO Digital Optics technology.

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Kodak Digital Imaging at PMA 2007

Posted by: Ralf Jurrien Wednesday 7th, March 2007

Eastman Kodak Company demonstrated a range of digital imaging solutions aimed at helping retailers tap growing consumer demand to do more with their digital pictures. At the Photo Marketing Association’s Annual Conference and Exposition, Kodak unveiled a lineup of custom photo books, collages and digital photo merchandising products and services that can be produced in-store, on-line and at wholesale. “Each day some 315 million digital images are taken and stored, but not printed, creating a tremendous opportunity for retailers to help consumers do more with their digital images,” said Brad Kruchten, General Manager of Kodak’s Retail Printing Business and Vice President, Eastman Kodak Company.

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The current global economic situation also influences the participants of the PMA 2011 International Trade Show. Renowned companies experience major reorganizations, affecting mainly at local level, where major changes are made. When it comes to digital imaging, the world is geologically roughly divided into three parts, America, Europe & Asia. It seems that the manufacturers have decided among them- selves that the PMA is specifically focused on the U.S.A. market, including the associated market strategies, while Europe is served by IFA and Photokina. In Asia, it is the Photo Imaging Expo in Tokyo that seems to focus on Japan and surrounding countries. The PMA 2011 is expected to offer a different twist; keep tracking us for the latest PMA news.