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Kodak Picture Kiosk G4

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Kodak 6850

“Digital Photo may be the fastest growing business now and in the future”. 


ATM Foto sangat cocok untuk ditempatkan di gedung perkantoran, shopping centers, bandara, supermarket, hypermarket, drug-stores, bookstores, sekolah dan universitas.
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Mitsubishi Photo Printer

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CP-9550DW

Digital Color Thermal Printer
Kualitas Cetak Mengagumkan Sistem pengaturan warna yang unik untuk kualitas gambar terbaik
Peralatan dan Sistem Kerja Inovatif


Pembaruan-pembaruan untuk kinerja yang lebih canggih
Kecepatan Cetak Tinggi
Proses cetak luar biasa cepat dan kapasitas cetak yang tinggi
Mudah dalam Pengoperasian
Mudah dioperasikan dan panel depan yang mudah diakses

Harga Promosi : Rp. 15.000.000,-
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SONY SnapLab

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Sony Snaplab Up-CR10L

SONY SnapLab tanpa komputer, dilengkapi dengan layar sentuh


SONY SnapLab lebih ringkas, lebih mobile, dapat dibawa ke berbagai acara, seperti Seminar, Pernikahan, dan berbagai event pertemuan.
Foto tinggal dicetak di tempat.
New & Compact Design
Desain yang compact untuk space terbatas, stylish.

Harga Promosi : Rp. 18.500.000,-
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Digicams: simply the best  Conventional still cameras have long been the best proposition for professional photographers. Even novices find a conventional camera to be a better bet as you don’t have to worry overmuch about having a stable hand while clicking pictures. We are seeing a trend wherein digital cameras are being adopted for everything from capturing a colleague’s birthday to clicking award winning professional pictures. A major problems associated with digicams is that you need to have a stable hand to click a picture; otherwise you’ll end up with a faded picture or one with a trail. Another drawback that these cameras initially had was that they did not incorporate optical zoom and had digital zoom instead.  Professionals prefer Optical zoom as the camera lenses give you true zoom, without compromising on image quality. It’s like using a professional SLR camera with a zoom lens. Digital zoom was initially the only offering on the digicam front. However, with digicams coming with 10x optical zoom things have changed for the better. With increasing competition and newer technologies coming in, the affordability of digicams has also risen. Cell phones join the imaging race Although digital cameras have been compact, having a digital camera as part of your most frequently used gadget, the cell phone, is a big help. Capturing precious moments is that much more likely if there’s a device that’s with you 24X7. You wouldn’t carry your camera to the workplace. So how else would you capture your boss’ rare smile! That is an advantage of a cell phone with a camera. Now the question arises, does it make sense to buy a camera phone with less than half the picture quality and fewer features than a digicam? It can be justified by the example I just quoted. Some camera phones from vendors like Nokia and Sony Ericsson, now come with a 3 Megapixel camera. The K790i from Sony Ericsson sports an inbuilt 3.2 Megapixel Sony Cybershot camera. The phone is built for consumers looking to satisfy their photography needs with a cell phone. From Nokia, the N93i is aimed at people who want a decent camera with their phone. It has a 3.2 Megapixel camera and 3x Optical zoom. Digicam vendors, however, don’t perceive camera phones as a threat to their business. According to Ravi Karamcheti, Managing director, Kodak India, “The camera phones available today have higher megapixels, which lead to more people entering the world of digital imaging. The camera phones and the digital camera market can co-exist. We feel that camera phones are a growth driver for the printing of images in which we see a future and customer inclination is going up. So we look at the camera phones as being important for our business.”  “The competition from substitutes like mobile phones with cameras remains small and non-threatening as the age-group buying mobile phones and digital still cameras as well as the usage pattern for both products differ significantly”, adds Aarti Gahlaut, Analyst, Peripherals Research, IDC India. The print revolution Printing images at home can be convenient. That said, with a conventional colour printer, it takes a longish time to print a high resolution colour page. As digicams gain ground and camera phones make a huge impact on photo printer sales, people are making digital imaging, a part of their lives, which also calls for high quality printing, thus boosting the printing business. Camera manufactures sell special photographic paper for taking glossy prints. Vendors claim that the inks used in their photo printers are fade-resistant for 50 to 100 years.  If a printer and a digicam support PictBridge you can print images directly using a USB cable even if the camera and printer have been made by different manufacturers. In some cases, photo printers directly accept flash memory cards that the digicam stores its photos on, so that you don’t even need a cable to connect to the printer. In the first case, print size, layout, media type, date and other settings are chosen on the camera.  According to Madhan Dhandayutham, Analyst, Peripherals Research, IDC India, “The photo printer market as defined by IDC is limited to the A6 paper photo printers. During the quarter ended September 2006, a total of 6,890 photo printers were shipped in the Indian market as against a total of 158,882 inkjet printers shipped during the same quarter. The technology behind photo printers is typically either inkjets or dye sublimation. The market for photo printers witnessed a phenomenal growth during 2006 and is anticipated to witness sustained growth of over 25 percent during 2007. However the inkjet market is expected to witness a marginal decline during the same time period.”  Canon printers come with special photo cartridges which have a droplet size as small as 1 Pico litre. Such technologies are meant for printing high depth pictures and can justify buying a special photo printer instead of a regular inkjet. The new technologies have advanced to the extent that they’ve started replacing conventional prints (from film). Kodak has set up a number of digital photo labs (Kodak Express Labs) across the country to take advantage of the digital revolution, wherein a customer can click a picture from his camera phones and send it to the photo lab as an MMS where it is processed and sent to the customer’s doorstep. The software side of imaging  Software plays an important role in digital imaging, right from the basic photo album manager to a picture editor. Google’s Picasa helps you to manage an entire collection of images over the Internet, so that you can access your photo albums from anywhere in the world. To enhance a picture or edit it, software such as Corel Paint Shop Pro Photo XI and Adobe Photoshop CS2 can be used. These are bundled with a vast number of tools for picture editing and enhancement and their features range from simple file management and image search features to advanced colour and tone control. Though some improvements can be done to a badly clicked picture using these, they cannot take care of errors in the original picture such as blurring or dim light. Sandeep Mehrotra, Country Sales Manager, Adobe Systems, India, feels, “If the picture clicked by the digital camera or a camera phone is of a high quality, then Adobe Photoshop can do wonders with it.”

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