Digitalkamera - Wettbewerb - Resultate

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  1. ab

    ab New Member

    ist zwar schon ein paar wochen her (februar), aber die resultate der DIMA (Digital Imaging Marketing Assosciation) könnten gleichwohl interessieren:

    2004 DIMA Digital Camera Shoot-Out winners announced

    LAS VEGAS, Nev. - Nine digital cameras were named winners in the 2004 DIMA Digital Camera Shoot-Out today at the PMA 2004 Convention and Trade Show in Las Vegas, Nev., USA.

    More than 50 digital camera entries and 13 manufacturers participated in the 8th Annual DIMA Digital Camera Shoot-Out, which took place on Friday, Feb. 13, at the DIMA Annual Conference in Las Vegas, Nev. Participating camera manufacturers captured images in four live-model studios.

    Images from the point-and-shoot cameras were printed on three different digital minilab systems including the Agfa D-Lab 2 Plus supplied by Agfa Corporation, the Fuji Frontier 370 supplied by Fuji Photo Film U.S.A., Inc., and the Noritsu 3101 supplied by Noritsu America.

    Images from the Prosumer/Professional category were output through a G4 Power Mac running Adobe® Photoshop® CS and printed on an Epson Photo Stylus 9600 inkjet printer, supplied by Epson America, Inc. Color management support for the DIMA Digital Camera Shoot-Out was provided by GretagMacbeth, using Sony Artisan displays donated by Sony Electronics.

    Professional photo equipment used at the DIMA Digital Camera Shoot-Out was supplied by Adobe Systems; Agfa Corporation; Epson America, Inc.; Fuji Photo Film USA, Inc.; GretagMacbeth; GTI Graphic Technology; Quality Mounting & Laminating; and Sony Artisan. Professional photographer Lee Varis lit the sets and ran the professional/prosumer studio._ Other pro shooters including Randy Hufford, David Spellman, and Mark Williford shot all photos used in the three point-and-shoot studios.

    A panel of expert judges voted on the entries, based on the overall quality of the digital print and the accuracy of color as compared to samples of fabric worn by studio models. The panel of judges included some of the most well-respected names in the industry including Brian Lawler, Eddie Tapp and Daniel Grotta.

    Below are the winners of the 8th Annual DIMA Digital Camera Shoot-Out.

    Point-and-Shoot Categories and Winners

    Below $100
    Mustek MDC4000

    _$100 to $199
    HP Photosmart 735

    $200 to $299
    Konica Minolta DiMage X20

    $300 to $399
    Casio QV-R51

    $400 to $499
    HP Photosmart 945

    $599 to $799
    Olympus C-5060

    Digital Video Camcorder
    Sony DCR-PC330

    Prosumer/Professional Categories and Winners
    $999 to $1,299
    Olympus C-8080
    $1,300 to $1,799
    Leica Digilux 2


  2. Macci

    Macci ausgewandert.

    diese DIMA-Shootouts bringen mich immer wieder zum lachen...:D

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