Epson shows extensive range of print, projection and sensing technologies at Photokina
Cologne, 16th September 2014 – At Photokina (16th-21st September 2014,Booth B11, Hall 2.2) Epson is showing more innovative imaging solutions– encompassing print, projection and sensing technologies – than ever beforeand announcing several new products for consumer and professional users.
Fromthe latest desktop photo printers and scanners to a variety of professionalproduction microlabs and large format printers, Epson will demonstrate morethan 30 products at Photokina. All deliver thehighest levels of cutting-edge quality, versatility and connectivity and allhave been designed to create a variety of applications to meet themultiple needs of today’s diverse consumer and professional imaging industry.
Taking smartphone photography to newlevels, international artist photographer Gary Wornell will show visitors howto take professional style portraits in his bespoke on-booth studio. These willbe printed on beautiful Japanese Kozo Thin translucent paper by the SureColourSC-P600 - Epson’s new top-of-the-range A3 photo printer launched earlier this month.
Visitorswill be also able to try Epson’s versatile and compact microlabs, watch rapiddirect-to-garment T-Shirt printing in action, and explore how they can print imagesonto a range of materials to create bespoke photo, art and décor products.
Professionalphotographers are increasingly looking to capture and print the perfect shot fromlive action film footage. At Photokina, Epson teams up with the ORT Interactivedigital production agency, RED Digital Cinema,and the acrobatic Morenas do Brasil Capoeria dancers to demonstrate theunmatched capabilities of full resolution stills-from-motion capture and print.At 100 frames/second there are 100 chances a second to find the ultimatepicture!
For all the details of Epson imaging technologies in actionat Photokina visit: www.epson.eu/photokina
Epson, ORT and RED demonstrate high-end ‘stills-from-motion’capture with the Morenas do Brasil Capoeria dancers daily at Photokina