Release Issued by PhotoVu:
New PhotoVu digital frame software release supports highest resolution 21 megapixel camera on the market today
Boulder, Co - October, 2007 -PhotoVu™, www.photovu.com, announced the availability of their newest digital picture frame software release which includes a significant increase in the ability to display high resolution digital camera images, including the new 21.1 megapixel EOS-1Ds Mark III from Canon.
"We continue to enhance our software and feature set to offer the world's premium wireless digital picture frame product portfolio," said Mark Van Buskirk, Partner, PhotoVu. "Our latest digital photo frame software is a great example of how PhotoVu digital picture frames continue to meet the requirements of the most demanding high-end digital cameras on the market today and well into the future, ensuring our digital frame customers can view all of their digital photo collection for years to come."
PhotoVu's latest photo frame software also contains many other new features and enhancements, most of which only are found in a PhotoVu digital picture frame. Highlights include 160gb hard drive support for standalone play and automatic rotation of images for those cameras that support orientation sensor and EXIF tagging of images. A full comparison list of all our product features can be found at www.photovu.com/digital frames/overview.php .
All PhotoVu digital photo frames are available factory direct via the website at www.photovu.com, or through select frame shop partners, where customers can configure and personalize their own PhotoVu wireless digital picture frame with a wide selection of mats and frames to match any décor.
About PhotoVu Wireless Digital Picture Frames
Digital photo frame consumers and digital signage business users can display thousands of digital photos or other digital signage advertising content stored on any Windows® or Apple® (Mac®) computer, or from select RSS enabled photo sharing websites such as Picasa™ Web Albums or Flickr™. All PhotoVu digital picture frames require no additional image manipulation or software installation. An optional removable USB hard drive or USB flash drive is also available for stand-alone operation. All digital frame features and operations, including displaying photo collections organized by Picasa™ or Apple® iPhoto™ photo management software, are controlled remotely from any computer's web browser on the network.
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