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Thank you for visiting our web site. We hope that you will find it a valuable resource for digital imaging information/services.
Interested in making traditional film negatives or slides from your digital image files? Doing so allows you to have your digital image files printed at any photo lab. This is known as "Film Recorder" output and is just one of the many digital imaging services that we offer. Click Here for a full listing of our Professional Digital Imaging Services. Click Here for FAQ's regarding our Film Recorder services.
We are booking up dates very quickly for Corporate Parties/Events. Give us a call today for more details regarding our on-location digital photography systems/services. We are currently servicing the Greater Metropolitan Detroit Area. Your party/event is sure to be a hit with our high quality photographs that are delivered within mere minutes of being created. Be sure to ask about our custom borders that personalize your event's images with corporate logos and/or other commemorative information.
Looking for a flash bracket for your
digital camera? Newton Camera Brackets are custom designed and
manufactured for the latest digital cameras. Click Here for a review of their solution for the DCS-520/560.
The Education link features overviews of several digital imaging topics. This information is based on the hundreds of questions that we are frequently asked regarding photographic digital imaging. Be sure to check out our extensive "Glossary of Terms" for definitions of digital imaging terms.
The Links page features numerous hyperlinks to other web sites regarding photographic digital imaging. If you have any other links that you think would be appropriate for that page, please feel free to e-mail them (see below).
Check out this side by side resolution test of several Canon AF lenses. Digital imaging demands sharpness. See how the competition stacks up. Click Here
Kodak's Exposure Compensation Slider is one of the most useful tools offered to digital photographers. Take a look at our evaluation of just how much exposure latitude this feature provides to digital shooters.
The Kodak Professional DCS-620x camera features ISO ranging from 400 - 6400! How does it perform? Click here for a hands-on review by Tom DeRousie (May 15, 2000).
The new Kodak version 3 firmware and the DCS-520 is reviewed by Tom DeRousie. Click Here
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