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Thursday, December 12, 2002 | by
Eric Meola notes that Mac OS X-compatible drivers for the Minolta DiMAGE Scan Elite II, Scan Multi, Scan Multi II and Scan Multi Pro film scanners are available from the Minolta Europe web site (choose a language, then follow the software downloads link); Kodak delays shipping the DCS Pro 14n until mid-January 2003; Nikon unveils Coolscan web site; Kodak has dropped the price of new DCS 720x digital cameras to US$2200 in their online store (US customers only); Kodak is now selling reconditioned DCS 760 cameras through its online store, for US$4795 (US customers only); Version 1.20 of PocketLoupe, a Pocket PC program for viewing JPEG, NEF and CRW files, offers a 200-300% speed improvement and other changes; Wallace Expo/Disc enables the setting of a Custom/Preset WB without the use of a gray card; WarmCards enable a warmer scene balance to be achieved when setting a Custom/Preset WB; the ColorEyes Gelcard enables the selective warming or cooling of scene gray balance when setting a Custom/Preset WB; Photoshop World LA 2003 runs February 19-21, 2003; Monaco Systems is offering a US$75 mail-in rebate towards the purchase of the US$299 Optix monitor calibrator to those who relinquish a competitor's monitor calibration device; Rangefinder Magazine's John Rettie reviews the Fuji FinePix S2 Pro; EDITORIAL PHOTOGRAPHY is a new site for photojournalists and editorial photographers; AMERICANPHOTOJOURNALIST is a site by photojournalists for photojournalists; the latest issue of Sports Shooter, an email/web newsletter for sports photographers, is now posted; the Sony Artisan Color Reference System combines a Sony 21 inch CRT monitor and dedicated calibrator; Integrated Color Solutions has discontinued the Profile City brand name for its software product line, as of December 1, 2002 (all Profile City software has been re-branded BasICColor worldwide); a bundle including the superb BasICColor Display monitor profiling software and BasICColor Squid colorimeter is expected to begin shipping in volume early next year for about US$350 (web site not yet updated); MacCentral notes the impending release of LaCie's Big Disk 400GB and 500GB FireWire hard drives; Fetch 4.0.3 improves support for OS X 10.2, among other changes; Steve's DigiCams looks at the Sandisk ImageMate 6-in-1 USB 2.0 card reader.
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