At the annual Photo Marketing Association (PMA) show HP announced several new cameras for consumers and pros ans several new printers.
Olympus's new Stylus Verve S digital camera features a 5-Megapixel CCD, new calendar and album features and improved battery life.
At this years PMA 2005 show, February 20th, Canon will introduce the Optura 50 and Optura 60 and the 1.33 megapixel ZR400 camcorders.
Concord's 8 megapixel & 5 megapixel digital cameras offer key features, such as one-touch ImageEnhance, extra-large 2.5-Inch LCD & direct print capabilities.
Nikon has introduced five new Coolpix cameras, the 5900, 7900, 4600, 5600 and 7600 models.
Casio has announced two new Exilim camera's. The EX-Z750 features a 7.2 megapixel imaging element while the EX-Z57 comes with a large 2.7-inch display.
Epson's new Stylus Photo R1800 printer is fast and producing a 200 year ink life on whatever is printed.
SanDisk's new waterproof flash drives can be worn as a necklace and will be targeted towards health professions.
SanDisk is doubling the current capacity of its popular SanDisk miniSD card to 1-gigabyte.
What every new camera owner should know about selecting and handling flash storage cards. Sponsored by SanDisk - just teasing.
NASA has ordered 30 of Panasonic's AK-HC900 compact high definition progressive scan cameras to capture the space shuttle's return in May.
Fuji Photo has unveiled the FinePix F10, a 6.3 MegaPixel Super CCD HR digital camera with Fujifilmâ€™s new Real Photo Technology.
Panasonic's new DMC-LZ1 and DMC-LZ2 Lumix cameras feature 14 megabytes of built-in memory.
You can expect Cable and Satellite companies to be offering multi-room DVR's in 2005 with more than 25 million being deployed by 2009 according to Parks and Associates.
The OpticSlim M12 is capable of scanning A4-size documents and is power-cord-free, using a USB interface for power and communication with the computer.