Epson Announces Three Additional Leading Camera Manufacturers
Press release from the issuing company
LONG BEACH, Calif.--June 25, 2001--Epson America Inc. today announced that three new partners -- Nikon Corp., PENTAX Corp. and Sanyo Electric Co. Ltd. -- will incorporate PRINT Image Matching(TM) technology in their upcoming digital camera models.
These new partners join Casio Computer Co. Ltd., Konica Corp., Kyocera Corp., Minolta Co. Ltd., Olympus Optical Co. Ltd., Ricoh Co. Ltd., Sony Corp. and Toshiba Corp., all of which announced this breakthrough technology with Epson earlier this year. Epson also recently introduced its first PRINT Image Matching enabled digital camera, the PhotoPC(R) 3100Z.
"With the addition of these new partners, PRINT Image Matching will now be incorporated into digital cameras from 12 of the best names in the industry," said Keith Kratzberg, director of photo imaging, Epson. "This technology makes it easier to get consistent digital photographic prints of incredible quality. By putting more control of the photographic process in the camera than ever before, PRINT Image Matching creates new opportunities for both digital camera developers and photographers."
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