PMA Show 2005 Roundup

February 21, 2005 | Mark Goldstein | PMA Show 2005 | 3 Comments |

PMA 2005The first full day of PMA 2005 is now over. The press releases have almost dried up now, but I’ve still only covered half of the show floor, so there will be lots more to come during the next few days and after the show has finished. New today are Booth by Booth reports for Kodak and Casio, plus an in-depth look at the HP Photosmart 8750, which looks set to be a competitor in the A3 printer market. Stay tuned for even more exclusive news and views, if I can stay awake for long enough…

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#1 Paul Larson

Mark,

You’re doing a great job... I honestly don't know how you get so much accomplished ... Keep up the great coverage...

Paul

4:40 am - Monday, February 21, 2005

#2 Mark Goldstein

Cheers Paul!! Lots of coffee and not too much sleep seems to be the key :) I'm just envious of the other sites who all have multiple writers, editors and masseurs (well, maybe not all of them have masseurs).

5:30 am - Monday, February 21, 2005

#3 Zoltan

Fast Lenses, Few D-SLRs

This is how I can sum up this year's PMA. To me, the real stars of this show were the Sigma 30mm f/1.4 (the world's first f/1.4 lens designed for APS-C sized sensors) and Olympus's f/2 zooms (the world's first f/2 zoom lenses ever made). On the other hand, D-SLR announcements were far fewer than expected.

And I agree with Paul - Mark, I don't know where all your energy comes from!!!

5:43 pm - Tuesday, February 22, 2005