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Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Hasselblad releases the new Phocus Family: Phocus 2.6, Phocus Quick and Phocus Mobile

23/02/2011 Hasselblad launches the new version of its imaging software, Phocus 2.6, and announces the availability of two exciting new Phocus standalone products.

Hasselblad is proud to introduce the Phocus Family of software products, offering tools matching the changing working conditions photographers face with each new assignment. With three different products, each catering to a different style of working, these new Phocus options easily overcome shifting workflow challenges by providing a high level of efficiency and flexibility of choice.

Phocus 2.6 - available for download now

Phocus 2.6 is Hasselblad's powerful, easy-to-use imaging software. It offers improvements that expand both application's capabilities and workflow speed. Brand new cross-platform features such as the Dust Removal Tool, Star Rating and Filtering, a much faster multi-shot viewer and improved quality at lower resolution, plus Windows support for TIFF and JPEG files are now part of version 2.6.

Samsung Electronics Corporation, enters into the A3 printer market


User-Friendly MultiXpress CLX-9350ND, CLX-9250ND and SCX-8040ND, SCX-8030ND Produce High-Quality Oversized Prints, including Posters, Photos, and Presentation Materials

Samsung Electronics America Inc., a subsidiary of Samsung Electronics Corporation, today announced its much-anticipated entrance into the A3 printer market – the MultiXpress CLX-9350ND and CLX-9250ND multifunction color printers and the MultiXpress SCX-8040ND and SCX-8030ND mono printers. Supporting throughput of up to 12-inches by 18-inches, Samsung’s A3 models are perfect for both back office operations in the enterprise space as well as demanding work groups looking for maximum productivity, seamless integration and powerful security features.

SeaLife’s NEW DC 1200

SeaLife’s NEW DC 1200 Underwater Camera Redefines Simplicity
MOORESTOWN, N.J. – One outstanding feature of SeaLife’s new 12 megapixel dive camera is its simplicity. In the past, the diver or snorkeler had to take the hand off the camera and shutter in order to operate the zoom or the button cluster on the back of the camera. Now, as a first among underwater cameras, the new SeaLife DC1200 eliminates the typical button cluster on the back of the camera in favor of five easy thumb-operated “Piano Keys”. Simplifying the operation even more, the large shutter button extends forward with a fingertip-control lever that allows scrolling through menus or zooming in and out without releasing your grip from the camera. This “Central Command Lever” and the “Piano Keys” are making great underwater pictures and videos easier than ever before.
The DC1200 includes four specially designed underwater modes making it possible for anyone to take sharp, colorful underwater pictures in any setting. Just in case you forget which underwater mode to choose, SeaLife includes an Easy Set-up mode - a graphic on-screen guide that takes the guess work out of setting up the camera for great pictures on land or underwater.
The camera functions just as effectively top-side as it does underwater by easily removing the slim inner camera from its waterproof housing. The 12-megapixel camera includes 5x optical zoom, auto-focus to 4 inches (10 cm) and features a video mode for shooting continuous, high-resolution digital videos with sound. Its large 3 inch LCD allows perfect framing and easy on-camera viewing.

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