Orlando, Fla. — Over 700 registered exhibitors and close to 25,000 attendees have converged on the Orange County Convention Center to eye the latest in photo capture, management and output at the 81st annual Photo Marketing Association’s trade show and convention, which began today and runs through Feb. 23.
On the heels of another year of double-digit category growth, the show will be awash in new digital cameras, but the competitive landscape is shifting. Rather than ring-in new introductions by hailing image quality, vendors are increasingly stressing the capability of the cameras to perform advanced in-camera editing, special effects and improved performance.
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PMA News Orlando, Fla. — The Orange County Convention Center is plowed under in pixels as vendors pull back the curtain on 2005 models.
PMA News New York — As digital cameras enter the summer of their mass market acceptance, new technologies are encroaching, most notably camera equipped cell phones and improving still capture in digital camcorders.
PMA News Orlando, Fla. — Olympus bolstered its digital SLR offering with the addition of new lenses and new underwater housings for its two E-System d-SLRs.
PMA News Orlando, Fla. — Flash memory manufacturer SanDisk brought an expanded product line-up to PMA, courting both the demanding advanced amateur as well as entry-level users
PMA News Orlando, Fla. - A quick look at what is taking place this week at the PMA Show.