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1st March 2006
Regularly updated PMA 2006 news
by Julia Burley

Special on-site PMA show coverage from DPNow

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Welcome to DPNow's special coverage of the 2006 PMA Show. The show proper, which is the annual showcase for the US photographic industry, is run by the Photo Marketing Association (PMA) and it takes place between 26th February and 1st March, 2006. Outside of Japan, PMA is the most important annual photo industry event and the launch pad of the year for most manufacturers.

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All our PMA-related news reports and press release notifications will be listed both below, in date order.

1st March, 2006
  • NEWS STORY: Samsung's HDMI-interface L85 digicam at PMA

  • Tuesday, 28th February, 2006
  • Delkin Devices Announces 51 New Products

  • NEWS STORY: UPDATED:Panasonic unveils Four Thirds DSLR with image stabilised Leica lens

  • Monday, 27th February, 2006
  • NEWS STORY: Ten megapixel Pentax DSLR shown at PMA

  • Phase One releases Top Gun of digital camera backs

  • Lexar announce several applications developed for the ActiveMemory™ System (AMS)

  • Corel and Lexar Team to Automate Digital Imaging Workflow

  • Lexar announce its unique LockTight™ system is being localized and will be available to a greater number of security-conscious photographers worldwide.

  • Lexar Smart Download To Offer ActiveMemory Functionality For Adobe Creative Suite

  • Lexar Doubles the Performance of Its Popular 8GB CompactFlash Memory Card

  • Fujifilm President addresses PMA

  • SanDisk Doubles Capacity Of Its SanDisk Extreme III Cards

  • Sunday, 26th February, 2006
  • Pixmantec Announces RawShooter | essentials 2006

  • SanDisk Announces 4-Gigabyte Memory Stick PRO Duo Cards for Digital Photographers

  • SanDisk Doubles Capacity of Innovative USB-Flash Memory Combo Card

  • NEWS STORY: Panasonic unveils Four Thirds DSLR with image stabilised Leica lens

  • Olympus and Panasonic in joint development

  • Leica and Panasonic announce a new interchangeable lens based on the Four Thirds standard.

  • Panasonic announces development of the DMC-L1 Digital SLR

  • Leica Camera AG Endorses FourThirds System Standard

  • Olympus announce Live MOS Sensor

  • Sony's 4GB Memory Stick PRO Duo™ media card

  • Sony Takes A High Definition Trip Down Memory Lane With New Hard Drive Photo Storage

  • TI Announces DaVinci™ Technology for the Digital Still Camera Market

  • Sony Unveils New Digital Color Photo Printer

  • Sony announces the Cyber-shot® DSC-W100 and DSC-W70.

  • PNY Technologies announce new Flash Media cards

  • Sigma announce the new 50-500mm F4-6.3 EX DG HSM for the Four Thirds fitting.

  • Ferrania Technologies now offers One-Stop Shopping for all your Inkjet Paper Needs

  • Ferrania Technologies continues expansion of OptiJet™ family of inkjet cartridges and paper

  • Ferrania claims clear lead in inkjet photo paper market with exclusive PerDura™ Technology

  • Phase One and iView announce a software bundling offer

  • Sigma announce the new 70-200mm F2.8 EX DG MACRO HSM lens.

  • Sigma announce the new 105mm F2.8 EX DG Macro for the Four Thirds fitting.

  • Sigma announce the new 150mm 2.8 EX DG for the Four Thirds fitting.

  • Sigma announce the new 18-50mm 2.8 EX DC for the Four Thirds fitting.

  • Sigma announce the new 30mm F1.4 EX DC HSM for the Four Thirds fitting.

  • Saturday, 25th February, 2006
  • Reports from PMA Sneak Peak posted on the DPNow forum

  • DPNow is delighted to bring to your attention PMA reports from Mark Goldstein of Photographyblog.

  • HP Unveils Professional Photo Printer Built on Company’s Scalable Printing Technology

  • Friday, 24th February, 2006
  • EIZO Introduces Creator Edition (CE) Series

  • Samsung Introduces The New Digimax A503

  • Samsung Announces the new Digimax L60

  • Samsung Announces Second digital SLR model for 2006

  • Samsung Unveils the New High-Performance Digimax L85

  • PENTAX to Exhibit Upcoming Digital SLR Camera Products at PMA 2006

  • Thursday, 23rd February, 2006
  • Fujifilm, Konica Minolta and Eastman Kodak Establish EVERPLAY Standard

  • Wednesday, 22nd February, 2006
  • Kodak Enhances Consumer Inkjet Paper

  • New KODAK EASYSHARE Z612 Digital Camera


  • Kodak introduces the EASYSHARE C–Series

  • Rollei and Horseman Offer Integrated Product Family for Professional Photographers

  • muvee launches its new muveeOnline web service

  • Spyder2 Next Generation of Globally Acclaimed Technology Colors a Picture-Perfect ``Golden Age'' in Digital Imaging

  • ColorVision Spyder2express By Datacolor

  • ColorVision Spyder2Suite by Datacolor

  • ColorVision Spyder2PRO by Datacolor
  • Datacolor's ColorVision PrintFIX PRO

  • Tuesday, 21st February, 2006
  • PMA DPNow news comment: Canon updates EOS 20D and adds new lenses

  • Bellamax Announces Open Beta Release for UpShot

  • Nikon UK introduces Nikon View Pro

  • Canon targets small business market

  • New A3 dye plus pigment ink photo printers from Canon

  • Canon’s new DC100 DVD camcorder

  • Canon targets small business market with new multifunctionals

  • Canon’s launches the PIXMA MP800R

  • Canon launches new point-and-shoot

  • Canon announces the PowerShot A700 and PowerShot A540.

  • Canon launches new PowerShot S3 IS

  • Canon builds on design pedigree with two new Digital IXUS models

  • Canon’s new Digital IXUS 800 IS

  • Casio announces the EXILIM EX-Z60

  • Casio introduces the EXILIM EX-Z850

  • Nikon UK announce the launch of Capture NX

  • Nikon announce the AF-S VR Micro-Nikkor 105mm f/2.8G IF-ED

  • Nikon UK announce two exciting new cameras

  • Nikon announce Coolpix P3 and P4

  • Nikon announces Coolpix L-series trio

  • Canon introduces its EF 85mm f/1.2 L II USM lens

  • Canon today strengthens its EF-S lens series

  • Canon announces the new EOS 30D

  • muvee Technologies license its muvee-making

  • DPNow Forum Canon EOS-30D discussion

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