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DigitalFocus
Advance looks at innovative products
by Rick Smith (June 26, 2000)


 

On Monday, June 26, 2000, at the Metropolitan Pavilion, 125 West 18th Street, the following companies sponsored DigitalFocus 2000.

Acer
Adobe
Agfa
ASF
Canon
Casio
Digi-Frame
Digimarc
Epson
Excite@Home
Express Digital
EZ Prints
Flashpoint
FotoWire
FujiFilm
HP
Imation
Intel
iPIX
Ixla
Jasc
Kodak
Lexar Media
Lexmark
Nikon
NuWave
Ofoto
Olympus
Panasonic
PhotoPoint
PhotoWorks
PictureIQ
Polaroid
Ricoh
SanDisk
Sharp
Shutterfly
Sierra Imaging
Sony
Toshiba
Viewics
Xerox/Textronix
Yahoo! Photos
Zing

See our previous coverage of DigitalFocus at PMA, and last year's coverage of DigitalFocus at Fall Comdex and Digital Focus at PC Expo.



Casio PCMCIA Digicam
Swivel camera with cool form factor


Casio's Newest Digicam
Latest camera features 8x zoom and swivel lens


Show off pix, minus PC
Mount your digital memories in a sleek Digi-Frame


Epson Printer shipping mid-July
Output from Photo 2000P can last lifetimes


SuperDisk gets a photo op
New digicam captures pix on Imation's 120MB media


Jasc updates Quick View
Zip capabilites added to latest version


Watch Trajectory Pro Grow
Jasc shares next glimpse of its upcoming object-oriented, vector illustration tool.


Kodak's tough DC5000
2-megapixel digicam snears at dirt and drizzle


Handy digicam, serious features
Kodak's DC4800 hides pro control behind point-and-shoot convenience


New Lexmark printers
3 new inkjet models add to Lexmark's sub $200 lineup


Affordable Color Laser Printer
Lexmark's sub-$2000 Optra C710


New, 3.34 megapixel Nikon
Coolpix 990 pumps up the pixels with nifty features


Stretch Hummer in NY
Olympus digicam captures the moment effortlessly


Low cost, photo-quality prints
Olympus' new sub-$1000 dye-sub printer takes PC out of the picture


PalmCam challenges Mavica
Panasonic digicam writes to floppies and 120MB SuperDisks


Polaroid Camera Announced
Top of the model boasts 2.1 megapixels at sub $400 price


Mavica Snaps Shots to CD-R
Latest Sony digicam uses cheap, 156 MB optical media instead of floppies for digital film.

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Copyright 2006 Rick Smith All rights reserved.

   
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