Participating in Photokina for the first time, DigitalFusion debuts new products and services
PHOTOKINA 2006, COLOGNE, Germany—September 26, 2006— DigitalFusion today makes its debut appearance at Photokina, the world’s largest photo industry event.
DigitalFusion will have a presence in both the Apple Computer and Hasselblad booths at the show. Apple will be featuring DigitalFusion’s new DF Studio™ Link Plug-in for Aperture.
In the Hasselblad booth, DigitalFusion will be demonstrating the new DF Studio version 3.0 and a prototype of its DF Process™ Digital Lab System to the global marketplace.
Also on display and in use on the show floor will be HardFilm™, the professional photographer’s digital storage solution for on-set capture, transport, delivery, and archival storage.
Watch this space for news and announcements throughout the show:
THE BIGGEST PHOTOKINA EVER
Starting on September 26, 2006, Photokina will once again be setting the standard. With its new products, innovative ideas and pioneering technologies, photokina is the global business and communication platform for the imaging sector. The fair’s structure, which is based on an imaging workflow, permits an integrated presentation of the topics of image capturing, image storage and processing, image transmission and service, image output, equipment and supplies.
It is the wide range of products on show, which cover the entire scope of the complex imaging market that makes photokina unique. At the same time, the leading trade fair is presenting itself in a new light: The modified concept of the “new photokina” and its premiere in the new Cologne exhibition center ensure that even show regulars are eagerly awaiting this year’s event.
DigitalFusion revolutionized the professional photography industry in 1999 with the introduction of its personalized all-digital post production workflow. DigitalFusion continues its leadership and innovation in the world of professional photography today by leading and supporting top industry professionals and organizations in digital production, digital processing, post production, digital printing and digital archive management.