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Epson And Panasonic Present 16:9 Photo Camera And Paper

As 16:9 ratio had become the international standard of HDTV, Epson and Panasonic presented new products to meet the needs of photographers who want to shoot, view and print in 16:9 format. Panasonic introduced its LUMIX LX2 digital camera to feature a 16:9 CCD sensor and LCD screen. Epson is launching Premium Glossy Photo Paper 16:9 (101.60mm x 180.60mm). It features a smooth, bright white resin-coated layer for a vibrant high-gloss finish and is compatible with a range of Epson printers including the new Epson PictureMate PM 240 and PictureMate PM 280.

As an introductory offer Epson and Panasonic are joining together to provide a trial sample of the new 16:9 Premium Glossy Photo Paper with every purchase of the Panasonic DMC-LX2.

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX2, 10.2-megaixel advanced compact camera, incorporates triple-wide features of 28 mm wide angle Leica DC lens, 16:9 wide CCD and 16:9 wide LCD. The DMC-LX2 also features MEGA O.I.S. (Optical Image stabilizer) and Intelligent ISO control to compensate for any kind of blur caused by hand shake and subject movement. Not only the DMC-LX2 but all other LUMIX cameras can record 16:9 aspect photos to support this new photographic experience

The Epson PictureMate PM 280 and PictureMate PM 240 are 10x15cm photo printers, incorporating Epsonís latest printing technologies, PhotoEnhance and Advanced Variable-Sized Droplet technology. Both work in standalone mode, so you donít even need to connect to your computer. To print your 16:9 ratio photo, simply insert your digital camera memory card into the printer, select the 16:9 Epson Premium Glossy Photo Paper option and print. Exclusive to the PictureMate PM 280, is an internal CD drive allowing you to print directly from a CD or save images from your digital memory card to CD. Both printers also provide direct printing from digital camera memory cards, USB DIRECT-PRINTô, PictBridge and an optional Bluetooth adapter.

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