PRESS RELEASE: FotoNation Selected By Sony Professional Printer Group To Provide Red-Eye Solutions For New Products
New Sony Printers, Sony Picture Station Kiosks, and Software to Incorporate New Technology
Burlingame, CA, September 12, 2007 -- FotoNation, Inc. (www.fotonation.com), a world-leading imaging solutions company for the digital photography industry, announced today that it has been selected by Sony’s Professional Printer Group to provide its award winning digital Red-Eye Correction technology for new professional Sony photo printers, Picture Station Kiosks, and photo application products.
“Sony is a premier provider of superior digital photography products within the industry,” said Eran Steinberg, CEO of FotoNation. “Being selected by Sony as their provider of Red-Eye Correction technology reflects our commitment to providing the highest quality products in the industry for this solution,” he continued.
Sony’s first professional products to incorporate FotoNation’s Red-Eye Correction technology will include Sony’s PictureStation™ Digital Photofinishing System version 4700.
FotoNation is a world-leading independent provider of embedded imaging solutions for the digital camera industry. The company’s extensive portfolio of patented innovations includes in-camera red-eye removal technology, dust detection and removal, face tracking, and face identification. FotoNation develops innovative solutions, patents, and products to enhance, extend, and simplify the picture taking and sharing experience. Clients include AOL, Canon, Hewlett-Packard, Kodak, Microsoft, Minton, Nikon, Olympus, Pentax, Samsung, Sanyo, and Sony, among others. FotoNation has won numerous awards, including the DIMA 2006 Innovative Product Award and the prestigious 2006 European IST award for its Red-Eye Detection and Correction Technology. Over half of digital cameras sold today, contain FotoNation Technology.
For more information, see http://www.fotonation.com.
FotoNation® is a registered trademarks of FotoNation Inc. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
(First posted on Wednesday, September 12, 2007 at 14:49 EDT)