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ColorVision Distributes New Video on Digital Color Control to Customers

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Rochester, NY (July 6, 2001) ColorVision, Inc. announced today its new video entitled " Solutions for Digital Color Control - An Introduction and Product Tutorial", is being distributed to ColorVision's growing network of resellers and placed on ColorVision's web site, www.colorcal.com. The CD provides a brief (under 10 minute) introduction to digital color control, as well as an overview of ColorVision's award winning Monitor Spyder and Profiler software. As the sales of affordable multi-megapixel cameras accelerate, photographers of all sorts are now discovering the need for color management. These users, and the photo equipment resellers that serve them, are seeking easy, affordable, and accurate solutions. "The most frequently asked question is I hear is 'how do I get my prints to match what I see on my monitor?'" said Brian Levey, Vice President at ColorVision. "In our new video, we answer that question in a QuickTime movie." The video provides step-by-step instructions on how to use the Monitor Spyder with PhotoCal for monitor calibration and Profiler RGB for printer profiling of different papers on both Mac and PC platforms. Equipment and software supplied by Nikon, Adobe, Epson, ColorThink, and Wacom were used to illustrate the entire process flow. "While these tutorials do not replace the manuals we supply or our technical support line," Levey continues, "they are a great quick start. Let's face it, I only know about three people that actually read manuals anymore." Headquartered in Rochester, NY, ColorVision Inc., a Datacolor company, is dedicated to providing affordable, simple-to-use products for digital color control to creative professionals, photographers, corporate B2B customers, and consumers. The company offers award-winning products for monitor calibration, printer profiling, and ICC profile editing. The company's products make accurate color matching from your monitor to your printer a reality, not a painful trial and error process. Headquartered in Lawrenceville, New Jersey, Datacolor is a wholly owned subsidiary of Eichhof Holdings Inc., provides color management and communications technologies for the textile, plastics, paint and coatings, ink and printing, and paper industries. For the past thirty years, the company has been a pioneer in color technology and is the current leader in Internet-based, accurate color communications systems enabling e-commerce between the supplier and specifier. Its principal manufacturing facility is located in the United States and its research and development centers are in both the United States and Europe. Founded in May 1970, the company operates a worldwide sales, service, and support network covering more than 60 countries.

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