Wed, 25 February 2009
New features are added to cameras every year, but the key to a good photograph in most situations is light sensitivity, not megapixels. Early consumer digital cameras performed poorly when it came to shooting in low-light situations without the flash, but there have been distinct improvements in this area. Now Fujifilm takes it one step further, combining pixels on the sensor to seriously boost light sensitivity. In today’s AIE Imaging Executive podcast, Fujifilm Marketing Manager Darin Pepple tells Future Image analyst Paul Worthington about the Super CCD EXR sensor and the new FinePix F200EXR camera, featuring the sensor.
Interview starts - 5:55
Interview ends - 17:32
Wed, 18 February 2009
New GPS systems integrated into cameras and camcorders have taken technology one step further than geotagging. Integrated GPS systems will soon let your camera or camcorder tell you where you are, as well as where to go with maps and guided tours that ensure you see -- and photograph -- the best locations at your vacation destination.
In today’s AIE Imaging Executive podcast, Ivan Sheldon, in charge of marketing and business development for Portable Devices at NAVTEQ, tells Future Image analyst Paul Worthington how picture-taking devices in the future will also help us get to the best places to take pictures.
Interview starts - 4:00
Interview ends - 26:13
Wed, 11 February 2009
Believe it or not, there are some good things about a bad economy. Today’s AIE Imaging Executive podcast presents an interview with tax and business attorney Barbara Weltman. She is also author of several books, including her newest, titled “Guide for Tough Times: Tax and Financial Solutions to See You Through.” Weltman explains what opportunities businesses have in today’s difficult economic environment, and how to hit the ground running when things start to improve.
Interview starts - 5:24
Interview ends - 16:42
Wed, 4 February 2009
There are pictures in the camera, scans on the computer, JPEGs attached to emails, and tunes on tiny players, but there's also the old-fashioned stuff. This includes photos in shoeboxes, videos in the attic, documents in desk drawers, and songs on tape and vinyl. How do you transform all of these different elements into a convenient archive you can store in your computer, easily reach, and actually enjoy?
In today's AIE Imaging Executive podcast, author Aimee Baldridge tells Future Image analyst Paul Worthington how her book "Organize Your Digital Life" delivers basic step-by-step instructions for streamlining and organizing your content so you can find what you need instantly. It also offers ways to create presentations friends and family will love.
Interview starts - 3:52
Interview ends - 25:56