Digital Spectrum’s Cool New Frames
Digital Spectrum is undoubtedly turning heads this year at PMA with the recent launch of one of their newest Digital Picture Frames. The MF-8104, MF-8000 and MF-8115 (shown here) are the first Digital Picture Frames to allow the user to snap pictures, share those pictures with Windows Vista or XP, and then within 90 seconds have those same pictures appear on one of these 3 picture frames. The frames are available in 8”, 10.4” and 15” sizes with 256MB internal memory. They include a built-in multi format card reader, embedded 802.11b/g wireless connectivity and play MP3 and WMA audio and WMA video files. There is a remote control for convenient use, landscape or portrait orientation, desktop or wall mount and a patented changeable standard 8x10” frame to suit your decor.
Nik Software has come up with picture editing software, Viveza, powered by U Point technology for direct on-image editing, to control light and color in photographic images. For the first time, corrections and enhancements can easily be made without the need to create complicated selections or layer masks. U Point powered Color Control Points, placed directly on colors or objects in an image, reveal easy-to-use controls that photographers can use to quickly adjust brightness, contrast or color in a fraction of the time needed by other tools. Viveza works with Adobe Photoshop’s Smart Filter feature, allowing you to go back and fine-tune enhancements after they’ve been applied. MSRP for this software is $249.95 and will be available in February or March of this year.
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