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Innovations
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a. SNAPSHOT CHOCOLATE

(www.snapshotchocolate.com) has cooked up unique promotional and commemorative items ideal for wedding, portrait, event, and other specialties. As shown on "The View," "The Tony Danza Show," and the Discovery Channel, client photos are printed onto chocolate in various shapes for any event or occasion.Ideas include wedding couples' photo, wedding date, and song title on chocolate CDs packed in real CD jewel cases; printing a newborn's photo, name, birth date, and weight on a small chocolate business card. Chocolates are available in milk, white, dark, Kosher and Pareve varieties.

b. Leica

(www.leicacamerausa.com) introduced the Angle Viewfinder M, an addition to the Leica M--system that fits all Leica M models except the first M3--series. The freely rotatable 45--degree eyepiece lets you see subjects more clearly without having to hold the camera directly in front of your eye. A set that includes the viewfinder also features the Macro Elmar M 90mm F/4, a compact and versatile telephoto lens; and the Macro adapter, which, allow close--ups with repro ratios up to 1:3.

c. Gila

(www.gilafilms.com) debuted PhotoShield inserts that slip right in between the existing glass and backing of framed photographs to protect them against fading and glare. Both the fade--protection insert, which blocks 99 percent of harmful UV--A and UV--B rays, and the matte--finish glare control insert, are cost effective, acid--free, and photo safe.

d. Delkin Devices Inc.

(www.delkin.com) introduced inkjet--printable versions of its eFilm Archival Gold CD--R, designed to store museum--quality images for more than 300 years without being damaged by ultra violet light, heat, and humidity. The CD--Rs utilize protective Phthalocyanine dye and a 24k gold reflective layer, and accept original print designs for easy personalization.

e. Epson

(www.epson.com) announced the release of two new multimedia projectors, the PowerLite 760C and the PC--Free Wireless PowerLite 765C, which will effectively replace the earlier 740C and 760C models. These enhanced versions will offer new features such as "Instant off," and better hands--free PC performance, while operating more quietly and maintaining their light--weight, travel--friendly designs. Both models are driven by Epson's 3LCD technology, providing native--XGA resolution and up to 2,500 lumens of brightness.

f. Sony Ericsson

(www.sonyericsson.com) introduced the W600 Walkman Phone, which will enable users to walk, talk, and listen to digital music all at the same time. The phone's mobile--technology features include picture and video capture, 3D game playing ability, Internet access and email. The device comes with built--in stereo speakers and headphones for superior sound quality and user friendly software for uploading songs ?


   







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