Monthly Archives: March 2010

Canon Makes a Fashion Statement

Canon is joining forces with fashion label, LeSportsac, to offer an exclusively designed PowerShot camera carrying case.  Whether traveling to a far-off destination or...

HP Celebrates Snapfish 10th Anniversary

In celebration of its 10th anniversary, Snapfish by HP announced it will open its application programming interface (API) to allow creative individuals and businesses...

Consumer Video Products Ramp Up

If you think consumers are getting a little video obsessed now – just wait til the new technology that is allowing users to beam...

Automating Digital Signage Content

The idea of scheduling specific play lists and selecting from pre-recorded content for digital signage installations is getting easier all the time. A new...

The Spider Holster Expands its Web

Spider Holster, a company specializing in unique holster-style carrying solutions for photographers, has announced it is finalizing details for the retail availability of its...

Tech Trends: DSLR Consumers Embracing HD Video Capabilities

  Digital SLR consumers now are more likely than ever to be purchasing a model for the first time with high-definition (HD) video recording...

Lensbaby & Digital Photo Academy Host Special Demos with Photo Retailers

In today’s economy, one has to consider any and every purchase carefully before pulling out the wallet. This is no different for the...

In Memoriam: L&L Camera Founder and Veteran Activist Lenny Totora Dies

Huntington, NY—Leonard R. Totora, Jr., known to many in the photo-imaging community as Lenny, died on February 22 in Huntington Hospital on Long...

In Memoriam: Larry White, 1956–2010, Technical Genius and Great Guy

  Woodbury, NY—The imaging industry mourns the untimely passing of Lawrence R. White on February 5, 2010 at the age of 54, after bravely...

Strategy Session: Sony Shares Technology across Product Lines

  Sony has been a powerful consumer electronics brand for a long time, and their impact on digital imaging cannot be overstated. The emergence...