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Digital photography in focus

Cameras, graphics software and online photo services are among the many products companies are touting this week.

Hardware and software companies released numerous digital photography advances this week at the Photo Marketing Association trade show in Orlando, Fla. Along with showing off new cameras, the companies announced software and services for editing, storing and printing photos, as well as ordering prints online. Professional Macintosh users will be most pleased with Adobe's announcement that Photoshop 7, which is compatible with Mac OS X, is due out soon. But even the casual photographer may be interested in a digital camera that doubles as a pair of binoculars.

Digital photo standards getting a push
Manufacturers of cameras and other digital imaging products are supporting new standards that would regulate how digital photos are displayed and printed.
February 25, 2002 
Camera makers reveal new wares
update The digital-imaging industry is showing off its latest products this week at the annual Photo Marketing Association trade show in Orlando, Fla.
February 25, 2002 
HP to link cameras to Shutterfly
Most HP cameras will soon be able to store, share and order prints of photos from the online photo service company.
February 24, 2002 
Adobe updates Photoshop for Mac OS X
Adobe Systems' version 7.0 of Photoshop will support Mac OS X, which is seen as crucial for both Adobe and Apple. Plus: New tools for manipulating and managing photos.
February 23, 2002 
Canon developing new digital cameras
Despite struggling with the shift from film cameras to digital, the company announces a slew of new products that will bracket the "sweet spot" of the market.
February 22, 2002 
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Firm says chip to sharpen digital photos
Foveon unveils its X3 image sensor chip, saying it will improve the quality of digital photographs by capturing a larger amount of color resolution.
February 11, 2002 
U.S. digital camera sales shoot up
The U.S. market for all but the lowest-end digital cameras grew by 30 percent last year, owing largely to a strong holiday push, according to a new report.
January 31, 2002