Wacom Intuos3 6×11 Pen Tablet

Wacom Technology Corporation’s new Intuos3 6×11 pen tablet is specifically designed for photographers, designers and artists who are using multiple monitors or a widescreen display like the 23” Apple® Cinema HD display. The Intuos3 6×11 features an active area with an aspect ratio (height-towidth) that is a great match to the screen aspect ratio of either a widescreen display or two standard displays used together. This provides optimal pen control and efficient use of the entire tablet.


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Epson Stylus Photo R240


Epson introduces the Stylus Photo R240 Series, a stylish home photo printer specifically designed for novice digital camera users. Featuring a colour preview display for ease of use, high quality photographs can be created more quickly and cost-effectively than at the photo-lab.

The Epson Stylus Photo R240 Series features an intuitive interface and colour LCD preview screen, enabling you to navigate the printer’s features easily. The screen and interface work together to allow you to select, view and then print your photos with ease. Photos can be printed direct from a memory card, via PictBridge or with a USB enabled digital camera, so there is no need for a PC.

Main Features

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Kodak One Galleries Open in New York & San Fransisco

Eastman Kodak Company has opened digital photography galleries at 102 Wooster St, NY and 1823 Union St, SF. The open galleries will be showcasing the new Easyshare One zoom digital camera – the world’s first Wi-Fi consumer digital camera. It’s open from November 1st through November 27th.

“The One Gallery is a place where people can come to explore the world of cutting-edge digital photography, take in exhibits by renowned and up-and-coming professional photographers, and personally experience the most innovative products and services from Kodak,” said Pierre Schaeffer, director of worldwide marketing services, Digital & Film Imaging Systems, Eastman Kodak Company. “Kodak is known around the globe for making picture taking and sharing highly accessible, easy, and enjoyable. These galleries illuminate the next major wave in photography—the shift from simply taking digital pictures to helping people immediately connect in new, engaging ways, thanks to our groundbreaking picture sharing devices and services.”

Photoshop Tutorial: Creating Shallow DOF

The tutorial below will show you how to create shallow Depth of Field – DOF, which normally can only be achieved when you shoot with an expensive fast lens, using photoshop.

Step 1: Open your image

Blur Effect

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Kodak EasyShare C340 – Review @ CNET

David English has just posted his review on Kodak EasyShare C340 at CNET. He gave the camera 6.4 out of 10 (good) and wrote:


The good: Excellent resolution for the price; capable of producing relatively high-quality photos; easy-to-navigate onscreen menus; integration with EasyShare software and accessories.

The bad: Small LCD screen; limited manual controls; out-of-alignment optical viewfinder; jerky video captures.

The bottom line:
The Kodak EasyShare C340 has the two top qualities needed for beginners: it’s easy to use, and it can produce relatively high-quality photos.”

Astronomy Photos with Nikon D2x

Beautiful astronomy photos have been posted to Pbase gallery. The photos are shot with D2x @ ISO 640, 5 x 4 min exposure time with Flat-Field Lichtenknecker 190/780mm f/4


Please click on the link above to enter the gallery

Nikon D200 – Preview @ RobGalbraith

Rob Galbraith just posted his preview on the new Nikon D200. He wrote:

“If the image quality is solid (managing noise at ISO 400 and above has been a challenge for Nikon in recent times) and the new autofocus system is reasonably capable, then the D200 may well be one of the most interesting digital SLR models the company will release in some time. At first glance, it looks to be an effective response to Canon’s slightly less expensive entry-level pro camera the EOS 20D, because the D200 will almost certainly have a more-capable flash system, it produces a higher-resolution photo and most of its other main specifications meet or exceed those of the Canon model too. We’ll wait to view the pictures produced by the D200 before declaring it the superior of the two, however, since the image quality from the 20D is really good, and it’s especially impressive at the higher ISO settings where Nikon’s other double-digital megapixel camera, the D2X, falters.”

Nikon D200 Sample Shots

Download File (4.5MB)
Model NIKON D200
Orientation Upper Left
X resolution 300/1
Y resolution 300/1
Resolution unit inches
Software Nikon Capture Editor 4.4.0 W
Date/time 10/12/2005 5:33:46 PM
YCbCr positioning centered
Reference black/white (0,255,0,255,0,255)
Image description
Exposure time 1/80 s
F-number f/2.8
Exposure program Manual
ISO speed ratings 100
Date/time original 8/21/2005 12:29:40 PM
Date/time digitized 8/21/2005 12:29:40 PM
Component config YCbCr
Exposure bias value 0.00 EV
Max. aperture value f/2.8
Metering mode Center weighted average
Light source unknown
Flash Flash did not fire.
Focal length 60 mm
User comment
Subsec time 24
Subsec time original 24
Subsec time digitized 24
Colorspace sRGB
Pixel X dimension 3872
Pixel Y dimension 2592
Sensing method One-chip color area sensor
Scene type A directly photographed image
CFA pattern (00,02,00,02,01,00,02,01)
Custom Rendered Normal process
Exposure mode Manual exposure
White balance Auto white balance
Digital zoom ratio 1
Focal length in 35mm film 90 mm
Scene capture type Standard
Gain control None
Contrast Soft
Saturation Normal
Sharpness Soft
Subject distance range unknown
Exif version 2.2
FlashPix version 1.0
File source DSC
GPS Version ID (2,2,0,0)

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Download Nikon D200 Brochures

Nikon D200

You can now download the Nikon D200 brochure in English and other 15 languages at Nikon Euro FTP site. Please follow the link below:

Download Nikon D200 Brochures

Nikon D200 – Preview by Let’s Go Digital

Dennis Hissink had his hands on the new Nikon D200 and wrote:

“Well what can I say.? I am enthusiastic… maybe this is not the right word,; I am excited is putting it more clearly and it expresses better the way I feel. Excited because I believe the Nikon D200 is just the right product for all Nikon fans waiting out there. Ok you could argue about the fact that it took Nikon this long to anticipate to the fast changing market, but hey.. it’s here now! I am sure that Nikon D100 users, myself included will react positively to this introduction and will upgrade to this new platform where Pro meets Entry-level… bridging the gap! I also see the D200 function as a 2nd body for Professionals using the advantages of the DX standard. The D200 has it all, I believe we are looking at an all-round D-SLR tagged with a very interesting price..”

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