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March 2004 News  
Higher capacity Digital Camera Battery now shipping
Starting earlier this month, Digital Camera Battery began shipping its namesake product with 40 watt cells, an increase in capacity of about 33% from the original version's 30 watt rating. The company has also begun to deliver its ultra-rapid CARCHARGE car charger as well as a cable for the Nikon D2H. And they've completed a prototype of a Lithium Polymer version of the Digital Camera Battery that offers double the capacity in a battery pack that is lighter and about the same size as existing models.
March 30, 2004 | FULL STORY 
MobileMag: Review of Archos GMini 220 CF backup drive
MobileMag has published a review of the Archos GMini 220. The battery-powered device is marketed mainly as a 20GB portable MP3 player, but it also has a built-in CF card reader for downloading images or other files. What's more, it can be used as a USB2.0 external hard drive. The GMini 220 is available...
March 30, 2004 | FULL STORY 
Photo Mechanic 4.1 for Mac posted
Photo Mechanic 4.1 for Mac OS X has been posted on the Camera Bits web site....
March 29, 2004 | FULL STORY 
Globe and Mail: Altering reality
In the foreground of a Reuters photo of the bombed wreckage of a Madrid communter train lies a bloodied body part: a severed limb. The severed limb received varying amounts of digital alteration by a number of newspapers, reports columnist Jack Kapica of the Globe and Mail. Versions of the altered photo appear on The Guardian website (free registration...
March 28, 2004 | FULL STORY 
Fred Miranda debuts BW Workflow Pro plugin
Fred Miranda has announced the BW Workflow Pro v1.0 plugin for Photoshop v5.5 and above on Windows or Mac. The plugin offers numerous controls for converting color digital images to black and white. They include settings designed to mimic traditional black and white filters such as yellow, orange, red, and...
March 27, 2004 | FULL STORY 
dp-now: hands-on with the Epson R-D1 digital rangefinder
Digital Photography Now has published this report from a hands-on session in London with a prototype Epson R-D1, the recently announced Leica M-mount digital rangefinder camera. Dp-now reports that Epson (presumably Epson U.K.) says the camera will go on sale "sometime this summer" and that the body-only will cost 3,000...
March 27, 2004 | FULL STORY 
DOP: Review of Curvemeister Photoshop curves plugin
Digital Outback Photo has published a short review of Curvemeister 1.1.2, a Windows-only plugin for Photoshop v5.0 or later. The plug-in offers several improvements over Photoshop's curves dialog, including the ability to make curves adjustments in LAB, Wide Gamut CMYK, and HSB color spaces without converting your original image from...
March 27, 2004 | FULL STORY 
Editorial Photographers' "Digital Manifesto" pricing guide
The San Francisco-based organization Editorial Photographers has published "The Digital Manifesto", a guide to pricing digital services in professional editorial photography. In metaphor-heavy prose, it describes two approaches to charging clients for digital services and includes suggested fee ranges derived from an unspecified survey of photographers....
March 27, 2004 | FULL STORY 
Lexar posts Image Rescue driver update for OS X 10.3.3
Lexar has posted an update to a driver used by Image Rescue 1.x and 2.0 for Mac OS X, as well as SafeGuard 1.0 (a file security application for the company's JumpDrive product). The new driver fixes an incompatibility with OS X 10.3.3....
March 26, 2004 | FULL STORY 
CNET: Boeing sets inflight broadband prices
Boeing has set prices for "Connexion by Boeing", the company's inflight broadband Internet service, according to an article on CNET News.com. Unlimited access to the Internet will cost passengers US$29.95 on flights longer than six hours, US$19.95 on flights between three and six hours long, and US$14.95 on flights less...
March 25, 2004 | FULL STORY 
Wired News: Fast Pass at Airport Security
Wired News reports on a program to be tested in June by the U.S. Transportation Security Administration, which will expedite airport security screenings for those who have previously volunteered for background checks....
March 25, 2004 | FULL STORY 
Globe and Mail: Moore's changing law
Stephen Strauss reports on Moore's Law and the obsolescence of personal computers in his Globe & Mail column....
March 25, 2004 | FULL STORY 
ProShow/ProShow Gold 2.0 creates customized slide shows
Photodex has released the US$30 ProShow 2.0 and US$70 ProShow Gold 2.0 for Windows, applications for creating customized slide shows. The Gold version includes the ability to output shows to DVD, publish streaming shows on the Web and more....
March 25, 2004 | FULL STORY 
NikonNet: Frans Lanting seminar and workshop
NikonNet's education series features a nature photography seminar and workshop weekend with Frans Lanting. The two days of events will be held April 24-25, 2004 in Santa Cruz, California....
March 25, 2004 | FULL STORY 
World's largest book
In a story we missed from last December, a researcher at MIT named Michael Hawley used various digital imaging technologies to produce the world's largest published book, "Bhutan: A Visual Odyssey Across the Last Himalayan Kingdom". Comprising more than 100 pages of images, the book measures 5 x 7 feet...
March 25, 2004 | FULL STORY 
One month until Digital Photography at the Summit
The 6-day Digital Photography at the Summit workshop is one month away. The event, held annually in Jackson, Wyoming, kicks off April 25 and features Jay Maisel, Joe McNally and others on its faculty of heavy-hitting photographers and editors. A February 4, 2004 story on this site has additional information....
March 24, 2004 | FULL STORY 
NPPA's The Best of Photojournalism 2004 results being posted
Results from the National Press Photographers Association's annual photojournalism contest, The Best of Photojournalism 2004, are being posted on a daily basis as judging is completed in each stills category....
March 24, 2004 | FULL STORY 
Mobile Pipeline: T-Mobile sets May launch for European 3G
Mobile Pipeline News reports that T-Mobile International expects to launch so-called "3G" wireless broadband service in Germany, Great Britain, and Austria in May. The service, dubbed "TM3", will integrate several wireless broadband technologies and provide data speeds up to 384 Kbps....
March 24, 2004 | FULL STORY 
AP: AT&T, Verizon hint at wireless broadband
The Associated Press (via Salon) reports that U.S. cellular providers AT&T Wireless and Verizon Wireless have recently revealed plans to expand their wireless (cellular) broadband coverage areas in the U.S. By the end of this year, Verizon will extend coverage to 30% of its "addressable market" and AT&T will introduce...
March 24, 2004 | FULL STORY 
Logitech announces Notebook Optical Mouse Plus
Logitech has introduced the Notebook Optical Mouse Plus, a USB optical mouse with a shock resistant body and a cord that winds into the device for transport. Logitech does not specify a shipping date for the mouse, but the company's web site lets you sign up to be notified when it...
March 24, 2004 | FULL STORY 
Journalism.org: The State of American Journalism 2004
The Project for Excellence in Journalism has published its first annual report on the state of American journalism. The report is written for those interested in a big-picture analysis of major economic, cultural, and professional trends in American newspapers, magazines, broadcast outlets, and web publishers....
March 24, 2004 | FULL STORY 
Blue Pixel posts digital workflow white paper
Digital consulting group Blue Pixel ( a company in which I was a founding partner) has posted a white paper on digital workflow entitled Achieving a Better Digital Workflow: Best practices for digital photographers using Microsoft Windows XP (follow the link on the front page of the site to download). Originally prepared...
March 23, 2004 | FULL STORY 
Photo Rescue updated to v2.0.648
Data Rescue's Photo Rescue image recovery software for Mac OS X and Windows has been updated. Additional RAW formats are now supported, while the recovery of movie formats has been improved, in v2.0.648 of both the Wizard and Expert versions. Licensed users of Photo Rescue Wizard can download the demo of...
March 23, 2004 | FULL STORY 
PDN: Suppressed hockey photos, staying until game's end
PDNOnline reports on the photo coverage of the attack by Vancouver Canucks hockey player Todd Bertuzzi on Colorado Avalanche forward Steve Moore in which Moore was seriously injured. It was the biggest news event of the hockey season, according to PDN, but very few photographs of it made the sports...
March 22, 2004 | FULL STORY 
Reuters: Canon to boost EOS 300D production
In a story datelined March 15th, Reuters reports that Canon has completed plans to boost production of the EOS Kiss/300D/Digital Rebel by 25% to 100,000 units a month. Canon estimates that the worldwide market for digital SLRs will total just over 2 million units in 2004, triple the 850,000 units...
March 22, 2004 | FULL STORY 
CompactFlash Performance Database updated
We've published a number of additions to the CompactFlash Performance Database over the past several days, including full results for the Kodak DCS Pro SLR/n and Nikon D70. Also added are performance benchmarks for CompactFlash and Secure Digital cards from Delkin, Microtech (Pexagon), Ridata (Ritek), Sandisk and Viking, as well as a revamped 40X Pro Series card from Lexar. We've also retested several FAT32-capable cameras to see if throughput to larger-than-2GB cards improves if they're reformatted with a cluster size of 32K, instead of the default of 4K for these models.
March 22, 2004 | FULL STORY 
PCWorld: HP's new notebooks take a beating
PCWorld reports on the launch this week of two new ruggedized laptops from HP, a 1.7GHz P4 standard notebook called the nr3600 and a 933MHz Mobile P3 tablet PC dubbed the tr3000. Both products are built to withstand being left out in the rain overnight or dropped 26 times onto...
March 20, 2004 | FULL STORY 
Panasonic announces 1GB SD card
Panasonic has announced that it will begin shipping a 1GB SD card to worldwide markets in May. The estimated street prices given in a Panasonic press release are 499 euros in Germany and US$499 in the U.S....
March 20, 2004 | FULL STORY 
PDNOnline Master Series highlights Sandro
The Master Series feature sponsored by PDNOnline and Nikon is currently highlighting the work of Chicago-based commercial and fine-art photographer Sandro....
March 18, 2004 | FULL STORY 
CNET: Sony debuts double-layer DVD drives
CNET News.com reports that Sony has announced both internal and external DVD+R DL (Double-Layer) drives, which will be able to burn 8.5GB of data onto one double-layer DVD disc.The external version will have both FireWire and USB2.0 interfaces. Sony hopes to ship the drives by the end of the second quarter. Pricing...
March 18, 2004 | FULL STORY 
Canon-mount DCS Pro SLR/c unveiled
The Canon EF lens mount returns to Kodak in the form of the DCS Pro SLR/c, a digital twin to the recently-released DCS Pro SLR/n. Scheduled to ship in May 2004, the SLR/c sports the same sensor, image processing circuitry and other digital components of the SLR/n, but is built to be used with Canon EF lenses and EX-series Speedlites.
March 18, 2004 | FULL STORY 
Camera Bits posts Photo Mechanic 4.0.9.6 pre-release
Camera Bits this evening posted v4.0.9.6 of Photo Mechanic for Mac OS X, a pre-release version of the upcoming new version of the pro photo browser. This version is fully-functional until March 29, 2004....
March 17, 2004 | FULL STORY 
Lexar announces new JumpDrives: Photo, and Pro 80X
Lexar Media has announced two new JumpDrive portable USB flash drives, the JumpDrive Photo and the JumpDrive 2.0 Pro 80X. The JumpDrive Photo is a USB 2.0 flash drive with 40X write speed (6MB/sec.) that ships with a copy of Image Rescue 2.0, Lexar's image recovery utility. No software drivers...
March 17, 2004 | FULL STORY 
Sports Illustrated's digital workflow
Steve Fine, Sports Illustrated's Director of Photography, has a monstrous job in front of him. He's chewing through SI's take from Super Bowl XXXVIII, 16,183 digital pictures shot in Houston's Reliant Stadium by eleven of the magazine's staff photographers over the course of about six hours. It's 11:00pm, an hour-and-a-half after the game has ended, and Fine is stashed in SI's media trailer outside the stadium with six other SI employees. The photographers, their work done, left half an hour before.
March 16, 2004 | FULL STORY 
The Register: USB Swiss Army knife
The Register reports on a new product that's just bound to come in handy somehow: a pocket knife from Victorinox that sports a standard knife blade, scissors, can opener, and either a 64MB or 128MB USB flash drive....
March 16, 2004 | FULL STORY 
BatteryUniversity.com: prolonging lithium battery life
A web site called BatteryUniversity.com has published a guide to prolonging the life of lithium-based batteries commonly found in cell phones, laptops, and in many digital cameras. Among the recommendations: avoid full discharges under normal circumstances keep lithium batteries cool, if possible lithium batteries deteriorate with age, so don't buy old stock or...
March 16, 2004 | FULL STORY 
ACDSee 6.03 updater posted
ACD Systems has released version v6.03 of ACDSee and posted an updater that upgrades licensed copies of ACDSee 6.0-6.02 to the new version. Improvements for v6.03 include a noticeable increase in browsing speed and built-in support for Canon RAW files....
March 16, 2004 | FULL STORY 
Nature Photographers: Using Flashlights for Creative Nature Photography
In a March 2004 article in Nature Photographers Online Magazine, Darwin Wiggett writes that a small flashlight has many uses, including adding light creatively to a scene being photographed....
March 15, 2004 | FULL STORY 
Version 4.5.5 firmware for Kodak DCS Pro 14n posted
Kodak has posted version v4.5.5 of the firmware for the DCS Pro 14n. Kodak's web site notes the following changes: Adjusted automatic lens type selection for some lenses. Restored Portuguese language to the Language menu. Improved language translations. Fixed compatibility issue with Kodak 256MB CF card with Taiwan edge stamp. Improved CF card read speed...
March 12, 2004 | FULL STORY 
PDN: TV cameraman and PJ targets of Haitian violence
PDNOnline reports on the death of TV cameraman Jose Ricardo Ortega and the wounding of photographer Michael Laughlin during a violent political clash in Haiti. Laughlin, a staff shooter for the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, believes that he was purposely targeted by pro-Aristide gunmen, according to the PDN story....
March 12, 2004 | FULL STORY 
D70 to ship March 18 in U.S., by end-of-month in Canada
Nikon Inc. (U.S.A.) will begin shipping D70 bodies and kits to U.S. dealers on March 18, and Nikon Canada will deliver D70 kits to Canadian dealers by the end of March, according to spokesmen for the two companies.
March 12, 2004 | FULL STORY 
Nachtwey, Cole winners in 61st annual Picture of the Year International contest
The Missouri School of Journalism has announced the winners of the 61st annual Picture of The Year International (POYi) competition, and Photographer of the Year awards go to James Nachtwey (for the eigth time) and Carolyn Cole of the Los Angeles Times.
March 12, 2004 | FULL STORY 
PDN: NYT Freelance Contract Angers Photographers
PDNOnline reports on the reaction of photographers and industry trade groups to the freelance contract issued by The New York Times last week. The contract grants The Times joint copyright ownership to freelance images, and some regular contributors to the paper have apparently refused to sign it....
March 12, 2004 | FULL STORY 
Epson R-D1 digital rangefinder camera announced
Epson today has announced a rangefinder digital camera that accepts most Leica M-mount lenses and is modeled after the Voigtlander Bessa line. The R-D1, co-developed with Cosina, features a 3008 x 2000 pixel photo from its 6MP sensor, a 1.5x focal length cropping factor relative to 35mm film, a twist-and-flip rear...
March 11, 2004 | FULL STORY 
Nikon posts Capture 4.1 updater
Nikon subsidiaries in the U.S. and Europe have posted Nikon Capture 4.1 updater for both Windows (98/ME/NT/2000/XP) and Mac (OS 9.0.4 or later, OS 10.1.3 or later). The software updates already installed versions of Nikon Capture 4.0 to v4.1. Among the update's many new features are compatibility with D70 compressed RAW (.NEF) files, new color modes and tone compensation curves, and a multi-faceted save dialog box.
March 10, 2004 | FULL STORY 
Pre-release version of Photo Mechanic 4 for Mac posted
Camera Bits has posted Photo Mechanic 4 for Mac in pre-release form: version 4.0.9.5 is a fully-functional trial version that expires March 18, 2004.
March 9, 2004 | FULL STORY 
Sports photography workshop with SI's Peter Read Miller
Sports Illustrated staff photographer Peter Read Miller will lead a four-day workshop called "Intense Moments: Photographing Sports" in Denver, CO, USA from April 21-25. Seminar participants will shoot local pro and college sporting events and have access to Canon loaner gear and a digital studio. Tuition is US$795, and a...
March 9, 2004 | FULL STORY 
DVD recording news roundup
EMedia Live reports on the widening availability of 8X DVD recordable media and lists a handful of online vendors who have the discs in stock. PCAdvisor has a brief article on the upcoming DVD+R double-layer recording technology, developed by Philips, which can pack 8.5GB of data onto a single DVD disc....
March 9, 2004 | FULL STORY 
PDN: photojournalists cover uprising in Haiti
PDN's Jay DeFoore reports on freelance photojournalists Les Stone and Timothy Fadek's coverage of the political unrest in Haiti....
March 8, 2004 | FULL STORY 
Epson 2200 printer driver for Mac OS X updated
Epson has posted an update to its Mac OS X printer driver for the Stylus Photo 2200. Epson's USA web site notes the following changes in Printer Driver v1.8aAs: This driver improves ink level reporting as well as the expansion and reduction function of the paper layout setting in the driver. The...
March 8, 2004 | FULL STORY 
To Iran and back with the Nikon D2H
Photographer Daniel Wee covered the rebuilding of the Iranian city of Bam with the Nikon D2H. He writes about his experience both in the forums on this web site as well as in a story entitled Life in a Relief Camp. A separate story focuses on Bam earthquake survivor Soghraab Garmi....
March 8, 2004 | FULL STORY 
Digital Journalist: Chick Harrity on the Nikon D2H
Chick Harrity reports on the Nikon D2H while Dirck Halstead discusses The Cameras of PMA in the March 2004 issue of The Digital Journalist....
March 8, 2004 | FULL STORY 
CNET: Hot-spot security in hot water
CNET News.com recently published a short article (at the bottom of the page) on "rogue access points" for paid WiFi networks that may be able to hijack your logon and capture your user name, password, and credit card information. The rogue access point presents the user with a spoofed login...
March 8, 2004 | FULL STORY 
CNET: Startup ups ante on WiFi security
CNET News.com reports on AirMagnet Distributed 4.0, a hardware/software package that can block and disable unauthorized users on WiFi networks. AirMagnet uses remote sensors to analyze wireless traffic and identify unauthorized users. Peace of mind doesn't come cheap, though: the AirMagnet hardware/software package cost US$7,995 in the U.S. CNET's article includes links...
March 8, 2004 | FULL STORY 
PPA "Super Monday" seminars, April 5th
Professional Photographers of America sponsors US$99 one-day seminars hosted by professional photographers in their own studios around the U.S. The next slate of Super Monday seminars will be held April 5th and includes workshops on digital workflow, digital wedding photography, and self-promotion....
March 8, 2004 | FULL STORY 
Photo Mechanic 4 for Mac to be released March 8
A statement on the Camera Bits web site indicates that Photo Mechanic 4 for Mac is due out today, March 8, 2004....
March 8, 2004 | FULL STORY 
Ami Vitale profiled on NikonNet
NikonNet's Legend Behind the Lens for March 2004 is photojournalist Ami Vitale....
March 5, 2004 | FULL STORY 
Image Rescue 2.0 updater posted
Lexar Media has posted a free updater for Image Rescue that enables users of v1.x of the image recovery and card maintenance software to update to v2.0.
March 5, 2004 | FULL STORY 
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  Review: Delock Card Reader FireWire B (Nr. 91694) (View)
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  Larger sensor at the heart of 14.20 million image pixel Canon Powershot G1 X (View)
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  Feature: Stephen Mallon shoots a bridge's journey (View)
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  Review: the Apple iMac 21.5-inch (View)
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  Feature: Crisp light, great moments typify the wedding photography of Cliff Mautner (View)
  Review: Vagabond Mini Lithium portable power pack (View)
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  Dynalite revamps power pack lineup, releases high performance 1600ws pack (View)
  Review: the Nikon Speedlight SB-700 (updated) (View)
  A first look at ShutterSnitch 2.0 for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch (View)
  PocketWizard MiniTT1, FlexTT5 for Nikon head to dealers (View)
  Photokina 2010: Beyond the cameras, part 2 (View)
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  Canon Expo 2010 kicks off in New York (View)
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  DSLR Camera Remote for iPhone comes to life in v1.1 (View)
  Revamped MacBook Pro line delivers top-notch display quality (View)
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  Staying sharp: A veteran news shooter seeks new challenges (View)
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