Showcasing its Expanding Assortment of Multimedia Computers and Solutions, Nokia has an Innovative and Compelling Story to Tell to Consumers and Imaging Professionals Alike
Cologne, Germany and ESPOO, Finland , September 25 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Nokia (NYSE: NOK), the global leader in mobility, today kicked off a weeklong display of its latest imaging achievements at Photokina 2006.Highlighting the benefits that mobility brings to imaging, Nokia's exhibition area is packed with the newest Nokia N series multimedia computers and the very latest experiences offered by them.
Nokia is pleased to invite the media to attend a press conference at Photokina 2006 from 3 pm to 4 pm on Tuesday, 26 September, in the Offenbach Saal, Congress Centrum Ost. To learn more about Nokia's comprehensive offering in multimedia computers and solutions, you can also visit Nokia at Photokina 2006 in hall 4.2, C 010/E 019.
Present for the second time at Photokina, Nokia is showcasing its commitment to delivering the benefits of mobile imaging with industry-leading solutions in the areas of capturing, editing, viewing, sharing, printing and storing. Highlighted by the latest connected multimedia cameras, the NokiaN93 and Nokia N73, both featuring Carl Zeiss optics, the Nokia demonstration area will also display the latest innovations in mobile imaging software. Ranging from uploading images directly from the handset to online blogs or editing and creating high-quality home movies, visitors can even find out howthey can use a multimedia computer to analyze their golf swing thanks to the Nokia N93 Golf Edition.
"Photokina 2006 showcases Nokia's leadership in providing innovative products and solutions that demonstrate the multiple opportunities of digital convergence," said Satu Ehrnrooth, head of Cameras Category, Multimedia, Nokia. "Indeed, the demonstrations at the Nokia stand are designed to reflectthe richness of the feature set on all Nokia N series multimedia computers. Whether it's with an imaging-optimized multimedia camera or any other Nokia N series device, visitors have the opportunity to experience connected mobile multimedia like never before."
After a well-received debut two years ago, Nokia is present at Photokina2006 with a large stand of around 800 square meters. Much of the imagery, banners and films on show at the Nokia stand have been captured with Nokia N series devices. Furthermore, a tall crane fitted with a Nokia N93 will circle over the Nokia stand, and the DVD-like quality video captured will be transmitted in real time on monitors on the stand via a TV cable directly from the Nokia N93.
Visitors to the Nokia stand will also have the opportunity to be photographed by a professional photographer using the Nokia N93 and have the portraits printed to take with them. Furthermore, the Nokia stand will feature a DJ who will demonstrate the ease of mixing music with two Nokia N91multimedia devices.