Casio unveils new camera software in Las Vegas
on Friday,January 07,2011 20:01
Technological advances may not only make photography more convenient for consumers, but encourage more people to consider investing in the industry. Recently, Casio introduced a new service for amateur photographers interested in turning their pictures into works of art.
Imaging Square will be released in February 2011. Users will have the ability to upload their digital photos and tweak them into pieces of art. After they have been given the aesthetic feel of a painting, the pictures can then be uploaded into a gallery for other users to view on their own computers.
Along with the new software, Casio unveiled a new camera at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Tryx digital camera will allow users to pop the camera body and rotate the screen for convenience. It comes with a 12.1-megapixel resolution, full 1080 HD video, a 21mm wide-angle lens and a 3-inch LCD display. Experts say the device may cost up to $250 when it is released in April.
The new products released by Casio have the potential to make photography simpler for amateurs and professionals alike.
Employment of photographers is expected to increase by 12 percent over the next seven years, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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