Round-Up: EISA Awards 2016

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The European Imaging and Sound Association (EISA) recently announced the winners of their 2016- 17 European Awards. To provide a background about EISA, it is an association of 45 leading specialist magazines across 23 European countries. The categories include Audio and Home Theatre, In-Car Electronics, Photo, Video and Mobile Devices. The products go through intensive tests at … [Read more...]

PICAZZY—a newbie photo editing app launched

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Picazzy is an all new photo-edit app that allows the users to process their images using a completely unique and artistic range of photo effects. The first version of the app is now live on the iOS app store and the Google play store. According to team team Picazzy, the app applies core image processing and creative layer blending to create fundamentally unique high end … [Read more...]

Sony introduces PS4 Pro and miniaturized PS 4

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Sony Corp. announced the release of two new models of PlayStation 4. One of which is the 4K image displayable PS4 Pro and the other is a miniaturized PS4, lowering its cost by 5000 yen with a selling price of  29980 yen. The new PS4 is already available in the market while the PS4 Pro will be available in November, 2016 for 44980 yen. The PS4 Pro can display videos and games … [Read more...]

Support A Life— with Canon India

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As India celebrated 70 years of its independence, Canon India too stepped forth, strengthening its social commitment to the country through its 'Support a Life' campaign. Along with SOS Children's Village, Canon will be working towards the education and overall development of children in Indian villages. Canon celebrated the Independence Day with children at SOS village, … [Read more...]

From the memory archive: World Photography Day

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We all know that 19th August is celebrated as the World Photography Day, world wide, as on this day in the year 1837, the photographic process invented by Joseph Nicèphore Nièpce and Louis Daguerre. On January 9, 1839, The French Academy of Sciences announced the daguerreotype process. A few months later, on August 19, 1839 the French government purchased the copyright from Lou … [Read more...]