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Imagining a digital photo market

Low-cost, high-resolution digital cameras and its PC software may be widely embraced by mainstream consumers.

Low-cost, high-resolution digital cameras have been announced by several major camera companies, and analysts are predicting that the much-talked about convergence between photography--one of the world's most popular hobbies--and PC technology will take off as mainstream consumers embrace these new devices.

Digital cameras shoot the moon
This week's Photography Marketing Association show in New Orleans may be the turning point in widespread acceptance of digital photography, analysts say.

Photo software comes full circle
Interactive Pictures and Kodak will work together to offer a camera and accessory kit that creates 360-degree panoramas from digital photographs.

Digital camera quality at low cost
HP, Kodak, and Olympus strike a major blow against the low picture quality that has dogged sales of digital cameras.

Konica enters digital camera market
Another consumer electronics firm crossed into computer technology territory.