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GoPro debuts versatile Zeus Mini mini light News 

GoPro debuts versatile Zeus Mini mini light

GoPro has launched a magnetic multipurpose rechargeable waterproof light, Zeus Mini, available at GoPro.com for $69.99. The Zeus Mini is compatible with GoPro’s line of camera mounts.” Zeus Mini combines the illumination power of GoPro’s Light Mod with the versatility of its Magnetic Swivel Clip to deliver an insanely convenient and capable, compact, hands-free LED lighting solution. Zeus Mini brings to lighting what the HERO camera brings... Read More
MailPix recognized by CNET for easy online ordering of photo products News 

MailPix recognized by CNET for easy online ordering of photo products

MailPix, the photo-printing, canvas and gifting site, was listed on a recent CNET roundup as a leader in ease-of-use. In a round-up of eight leading online photo services, writer Shelby Brown singled out MailPix for “Best for Fast Checkout.” “There are dozens of top-shelf photo sites on the market,” says Fred H. Lerner, founder and CEO, MailPix. “For our small... Read More
Dead Pixels Society podcast: Photo organization with David Vaskevitch of Mylio News Podcasts 

Dead Pixels Society podcast: Photo organization with David Vaskevitch of Mylio

Gary Pageau of the Dead Pixels Society talks the David Vaskevitch, the founder of peer-to-peer media-organization tool provider Mylio about the challenges of selling subscriptions in the age of “free,” competing against Adobe and Google, and partnering with Seagate. In this hour-long interview, Vaskevitch discusses his career at Microsoft, his love of photography and the value of pictures. Listen below: Read More
APTech hosting free leadership webinar News 

APTech hosting free leadership webinar

The Association for Print Technologies (APTech) is hosting a free 60-minute webinar, “An Introduction to Managing Transformation in the Printing Industry,” on May 21, 2020 at 1 p.m. EST. This event is being presented by George Mason University School of Business professors as part of a collaboration between APTech and the University. The Advanced Leadership program will arm executives with... Read More
Kodak reports lower sales and greater loss in first quarter Earnings reports News 

Kodak reports lower sales and greater loss in first quarter

Eastman Kodak Co. reported a first-quarter loss of net loss of $111 million on consolidated revenues of $267 million. The net loss includes expense of $167 million related to the increase in deferred tax valuation allowances for locations outside the U.S. and income of $53 million related to the change in fair value of embedded derivatives in the Series A Preferred... Read More
Seagate PhotoDrive now bundled with three-year Mylio plan News 

Seagate PhotoDrive now bundled with three-year Mylio plan

Mylio, a photo organizer app that manages digital clutter across devices, announced today that, for a limited time, the purchase of a Seagate PhotoDrive backup device will include a complimentary, three-year Mylio Create plan. Valued at $150, the plan includes automatic multi-device syncing for up to 50,000 photos, premium editing features, and cloud-optional backup storage. The Seagate PhotoDrive with the Mylio Create plan... Read More
Canon Solutions expands cutter portfolio with three additional models from MultiCam News 

Canon Solutions expands cutter portfolio with three additional models from MultiCam

Canon Solutions America Inc. announced the addition of three Celero Series Digital Cutters from MultiCam Inc., an expert in the large format finishing market, to its finishing solutions portfolio. The Celero Series Cutters are designed to support both rigid and flexible substrates. Equipped with standard features and options to benefit an entry-level to a proficient-level customer base, these three series... Read More
“Today Show” recognizes MailPix during “Small Business Solutions” segment News Promotions 

“Today Show” recognizes MailPix during “Small Business Solutions” segment

MailPix was one of four small companies featured by Jill Martin, lifestyle contributor, on  NBC’s “The Today Show” Small Business Solutions segment, on Thursday, May 7. The segment recognized small business contributions during the COVID-19 pandemic. Martin featured personalized photo gifts like coloring wallpaper, acrylic prints, yoga mats, banners and signs. “Today Show” viewers received a 75% discount with the code:... Read More
Industry notes for the week of May 9 Earnings reports News People on the Move 

Industry notes for the week of May 9

Mobile App News SmugMug adds editing and auto-upload to mobile app SmugMug has updated its Android and iOS apps to include editing features and automatic uploads. The new editing functions include transform, filters, text editing and more. Matterport brings 3D capture to iPhone Matterport released Matterport for iPhone, a way to create, to edit, and to share high-fidelity 3D digital twins of any physical... Read More
U.K.’s Picsolve enters administration News 

U.K.’s Picsolve enters administration

Picsolve, a global provider of digital photo and video products for theme parks, attractions, and events, has entered receivership and a buyer is being sought, according to Insider Media. The company generated $70.5 million in 2019 and purchased a Belgium-based start-up Panora.me  that year. The company, founded as Rx Technology in 1994 before changing its name to Picsolve in 2002,... Read More
Dead Pixels Society podcast episode 4: The future of photography and retail with Michael Rubin of Neomodern Feature News 

Dead Pixels Society podcast episode 4: The future of photography and retail with Michael Rubin of Neomodern

Ep. 4: The future of photography and retail with Michael Rubin of Neomodern Gary Pageau from the Dead Pixels Society talks with photographer Michael Rubin about the photography, printing and retail. Rubin operated, until recently, the Neomodern print store and gallery in downtown San Francisco. He is also the co-host of the “Everyday Photography, Every Day,” podcast. Read More
NRF: Recovery likely to come in “fits and starts” Market research News 

NRF: Recovery likely to come in “fits and starts”

With some stores starting to reopen as governors lift stay-at-home orders across the country, economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic is likely to come gradually and may vary by location, according to the National Retail Federation. “Getting back to work or shopping in a pre-virus manner is difficult to predict at this time, with households likely to tiptoe back in... Read More
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