October 3, 2006
I’m back from my trip to Santa Fe and I’ll be reporting of the class and the bike trip later, but in the meantime, it seems a bunch of stuff happened while I was gone. Here’s a roundup of some of the more important happenings…
Hasselblad announced the H3D digital camera system.
Digital Film Tools announced Snap version 2.0, an image cutout tool (plug-in).
Epson announced the new P5000 Multimedia Storage Viewer.
Epson also announced the new Epson Stylus Pro 3800 printer.
Phase One announced Capture One 4.0.(52KB PDF)
Photo Mechanic 184.108.40.206 released.
X-RITE announced their product roadmap and portfolio resulting from the merger with GreytagMacbeth.
Canon announced 3 new 12 ink wide format printers in 17, 44 and 60 inch widths.
HP announced new 8 and 12 ink pigment printers in 24 & 44 inch sizes.
DxO announced the shipping of the Windows version of Optics Pro V4 (Mac version to follow).
LightCrafts announced LightZone 2.0 open beta.
Bibble announced Bibble version 4.9.
Pro Shooters releases Digital Pro 4.1.2.
Leica announced the long awaited M8 digital rangefinder camera.
Pentax announces 10-megapixel K10D digital SLR.
Leica Camera AG, Solms, takes over 51% of the shares of Sinar AG.
Well, a lot happened while I was out riding my bike…