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Konica Minolta's DiMAGE Z3 digital camera. Courtesy of Konica Minolta, with modifications by Michael R. Tomkins. Konica Minolta: 4mpix, 12x zoom DiMAGE Z3
(Wednesday, July 7, 2004 - 08:00 EDT)

In its final new digicam announcement of the day, Konica Minolta Photo Imaging U.S.A. Inc. has unveiled its DiMAGE Z3 digital camera, which couples a high resolution image sensor with a powerful optical zoom lens and image stabilisation.

The Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z3's 4 megapixel RGB CCD image sensor offers a maximum resolution of 2272 x 1704 pixels, which is capable of a swift 2.5 frames per second (depending on resolution, the burst depth is limited to 2 or 5 frames at the maximum resolution), as well as an extremely speedy 10 frames per second burst mode for 1.5 seconds at 1280 x 960 pixels resolution. The new 12x Konica Minolta GT APO optical zoom lens, offering a 35mm equivalent focal length of 35 to 420mm, dominates a camera body that is very reminiscent of the DiMAGE Z1 and Z2 models, but with a more rounded-off style. The same CCD shift-type anti-shake system used in the DiMAGE A-series cameras makes its Z-series debut, and should help greatly in achieving useable photos at the telephoto end of the lens.

Other features of the DiMAGE Z3 include a new 5-point predictive video AF system powered by a dedicated ASIC, and capable of achieving a focus lock in 0.15 to 0.2 seconds, according to Konica Minolta, as well as a 1.5-inch LCD monitor and separate 0.3" electronic optical viewfinder, selection of auto, manual and scene modes, PictBridge compatibility for making prints without the need for a computer, VGA and reduced resolution 15 / 30 frames per second movie modes, and more. Pricing and availability for the new model haven't been announced at this time. Full specifications, product photos, press release and a "backgrounder" document courtesy of Konica Minolta all follow:

New Konica Minolta Z-Series Digital Camera:


Konica Minolta Photo Imaging U.S.A., Inc.'s new DiMAGE Z3 4.0 megapixel digital camera is the first Z-series camera to feature Konica Minolta proprietary Anti-Shake system. This new camera provides photographers with high-quality images and features a wide range of convenient and easy-to-use high-end functions.

Product Highlights

  • 12x optical Mega Zoom with CCD-shift Anti-Shake System

  • Fastest-in-class* 1 Rapid AF with Predictive Focus Control

  • Konica Minolta GT APO lens

  • 4-megapixel CCD and CxProcess™ II image processing technology

  • High-resolution movies that look as good as television or video camera footage

  • Easy operation in a modern design that's lightweight and compact

  • High-quality images and a wide range of convenient and fun functions


CCD-Shift Anti-Shake Function

The Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z3 is the first Z-series model to include Konica Minolta's Anti-Shake function. This gives photographers unprecedented control and accuracy when taking pictures in low light situations, as well as when fully-extending and hand-holding the camera's 12x optical zoom lens. The high-precision CCD-shift method employs the proprietary Smooth Impact Drive Mechanism (SIDM), in which angular velocity sensors detect the degree of shaking and move the CCD to compensate for and correct this. The SIDM enables compensation to minimize the effect of camera shake at 2-3 shutter speeds slower than on cameras without an Anti-Shake function* 2 (equivalent to 2-3 exposure increments). The DiMAGE Z3 can correct shaking without increasing shutter speed and raising ISO sensitivity, factors which increase image noise. In addition, users won't see the deterioration in image quality usually associated with electronic anti-shake systems. The CCD-shift method doesn't require extra correction lenses like optical anti-shake systems, so the DiMAGE Z3's body is compact and lightweight. The DiMAGE Z3's anti-shake system is effective in correcting both the fine movement of pressing the shutter-release button and the larger and slower movements of the user's body.

Further Advances in Rapid Autofocus (AF) with Predictive Focus Control

The DiMAGE Z3 incorporates an AF-dedicated ASIC to video AF system. Focusing takes a mere 0.15 seconds at wide angle and only 0.20 seconds at telephoto. And in Continuous AF, the DiMAGE Z3 includes Predictive Focus Control, which allows photographers to capture sharper images of moving subjects—like a child running at full speed.

The DiMAGE Z3 also features a faster focusing lens drive that moves the focusing lens more than twice as fast as the previous Z-series model. Its Quick Speed Image Readout in AF function reads images from the CCD at a rate of 100 frames per second from when the shutter-release button is pressed partway until the image is brought into focus, giving contrast information in half the time of normal mode (50 frames per second). With Optimized AF Sequence, in Video AF the DiMAGE Z3 uses AF Sequence Control to simultaneously determine the focus drive direction and drive the lens to the position of maximum contrast through repeated focusing. This means that focusing operations start as soon as the shutter-release button is pressed partway.

The DiMAGE Z3 also offers improved AF accuracy through several features. 5-point Area AF provides five focus areas that overlap horizontally and thus reduce AF failures that occur when subjects appear in between focus areas and cause a perspective conflict. A human subject sensor algorithm uses color information in an AF area to prioritize and focus on that area if it is more than 50% occupied by flesh tone. This reduces shots that erroneously focus on a background rather than on the person in the picture.

Incredible 48x Total Zoom Range

Combining the camera's 12x optical zoom lens with the 4x digital zoom gives photographers a 48x total zoom, perfect for taking distance shots at sporting events or when capturing distant subjects. This incredible optical zoom lens delivers a focal range equivalent to a 35-420mm range on a 35mm camera lens. With the digital zoom, total zoom is equivalent to 35-1680mm (35mm equivalent).

Konica Minolta GT APO Lens

The DiMAGE Z3 employs a newly developed high-performance lens system that supports CCDs with 5 million effective pixels. The optical lens system consists of 13 elements in 10 groups and includes two AD (anomalous dispersion) glass lenses and two aspheric elements, a construction that adds up to sharp, high-quality images. Multi-coating on 14 lens surfaces ensures minimal flaring and ghosting in all zoom ranges. It employs a 5-vane iris diaphragm to beautifully reproduce a near-circular fading effect.

4-Megapixel CCD for Beautiful Prints

The 4-megapixel, 1/2.5-inch CCD produces plenty of detail for creating high-quality enlargements as large as 10 x 14 inches at 150-dpi print resolution. In addition, the CCD's primary color filter offers high color fidelity.

Superbly Detailed Images with CxProcess™ II

Konica Minolta's CxProcess™ II image processing technology incorporates characteristics like smooth gradations, natural skin tones, and brilliantly clear colors for images that are more natural and lifelike. The DiMAGE Z3's 4 megapixels capture fine lines and intricate details for stunning digital images.

High-quality Movies as Beautiful as TV or Video Camera Footage

The Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z3 takes movies in VGA size (640x480) at 30 frames per second for smooth video with sound rivaling TV programs or video camera footage. Users can choose from three movie image sizes: 640x480 (Fine), 640x480 (Standard), or 320x240 (Standard). Thanks to the camera's Anti-Shake function, users can take telephoto movies that are smooth and clear. The XR (Extended Recording) Movie function lets users record longer movie clips onto the camera's SD memory card. With Night Movie, the DiMAGE Z3 can record in extreme low-light conditions thanks to a CCD that's four times more sensitive than conventional sensors. And to ensure that movies capture only the sounds the user wants, the camera's Silent Zoom feature incorporates a newly developed Silent Zoom mechanism that greatly reduces how much noise from the optical zoom is picked up while shooting. In addition, users can also select their favorite scenes from a movie and save them as still images with Movie Frame Capture.

UHS (Ultra High Speed) Continuous Shooting

The DiMAGE Z3 captures 15 images at 10 frames per second at UHS (Ultra High Speed) continuous shooting.

Progressive Capture

With the DiMAGE Z3 in Progressive Capture mode, images are saved automatically when users stop pressing the camera's shutter-release button. Progressive Capture means that the last several images in the sequence get saved: as many as 6 images (in Standard continuous advance) or 15 images (in UHS continuous advance). So when shooting fast-moving subjects, Progressive Capture ensures that they are recorded when and where the user wants them. These functions are handy for shooting sporting events or for recording and improving your form in personal sports training situations such as a golf swing.

Real Motion LCD Monitor

The DiMAGE Z3 features the Real Motion LCD monitor, which delivers crystal clear images to the user at 50 frames per second. Conventional monitors on digital cameras use a 30-frames-per-second display format that sometimes results in a less-than-smooth display. The 50-frames-per-second Real Motion monitor rate provides smooth action that brings images to life.

Noise Reduction

Noise Reduction enables exceptional night images by automatically preventing the blemishes and graininess associated with slow-shutter shots.

PASM Exposure Control and Metering Modes

The DiMAGE Z3 offers incredible control over exposure. There are four modes: Program, Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority, and Manual. Select manual exposure to enable 30-second time exposure capability. The DiMAGE Z3 has three metering modes: Multi-segment, Center-weighted, and Spot. Multi-segment metering uses 256 segments to determine exposure.

Automatic Digital Subject Program Selection

Automatic Digital Subject Program Selection automatically chooses the best recording mode for images. Users can also manually select from Portrait, Sports action, Landscape, and Sunset modes. The DiMAGE Z3 can also be set to Night portrait mode in the menu settings.

Get as Near as 0.4 inches with Super Macro

Photographers can shoot amazing close-ups in either Macro or Super Macro modes. In Super Macro mode, photographers can bring the lens as near as 0.4 inches from their subject.

Key Customize

For added flexibility and convenience, the camera's flash button can be customized to handle different settings. This means that instead of going through the menus on the cameras' LCD screen, photographers can use the flash button to change settings like the drive mode, white balance, focus mode, color mode, or sensitivity.

PictBridge* 3 -Compliant

Forget all about complicated connections with a PC. Users can get fast, fun printouts directly from their camera by connecting the DiMAGE Z3 to a PictBridge* 3 -compliant printer. Users just check which images they want to print on the DiMAGE Z3's LCD monitor and then print out their favorites in no time at all.

New Ergonomic Design

The DiMAGE Z3's design is advanced yet familiar and easy-to-use. Despite its large 12x zoom range, it weighs just 11.8 ounces. It's also easy to carry and operate even for amateur photographers. The camera's ergonomic form makes it easy to hold and keep steady for those zoom shots.

ArcSoft VideoImpression™ 2 CD-ROM

ArcSoft VideoImpression™ 2, bundled with the DiMAGE Z3, offers a fun way to merge movie clips and still shots. Working through a step by step guide, users can add text, music, and special effects to their movies. The finished movie is recorded onto a video CD that can be played back in a DVD player and viewed through a television set. (Note: Only compatible with the Windows® operating system.)

Optional Wide Converter Wide-Angle Converter ZCW-300 Kit

The optional Wide Converter Kit allows users to fit more of a scene into each shot. The lens has a 26mm wide angle that is ideal for capturing indoor or outdoor architecture and panoramic landscape shots.

Compatible with Optional Flashes

The DiMAGE Z3 is equipped with a powerful built-in flash. But if even more flash power is needed, the camera accepts the Konica Minolta Program/Maxxum Flash 3600HS(D) 5600HS(D) or 2500(D) accessory flash units.

*1 As of May 20, 2004, for digital cameras with built-in lens system and 10X or greater zoom.

*2 Depends on the shooting conditions.

*3 PictBridge is an industry standard established by the Camera & Imaging Products Association (CIPA).

Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z3
Konica Minolta's DiMAGE Z3 digital camera. Courtesy of Konica Minolta, with modifications by Michael R. Tomkins. Click for a bigger picture!

Number of effective pixels

4.0 million


1/2.5-type interline primary-color CCD

Total pixels: 4.2 million

Camera sensitivity

Auto and 50,100, 200, and 400 ISO equivalents

Focal length

5.83 – 69.9mm (35mm equivalent: 35 – 420mm)

Lens construction

13 elements in 10 groups

Maximum aperture

f/2.8 – f/4.5

Minimum focus distance

Wide: 2.0ft (0.6m) from front of lens

Telephoto: 6.6ft (2.0m) from front of lens

Wide: 2.2ft (0.685m) from CCD

Telephoto: 6.8ft (2.085m) from CCD

Minimum macro distance


Super Macro

Standard macro

Focal length

10.45 mm*



From front of lens

0.4 in.
(1 cm)

3.9 in

47.2 in

From CCD

3.7 in.

7.3 in

50.6 in.

* at 10.45 mm only

Maximum magnification

0.20x ( Equivalent to 1.2x in 35mm format)

Area covered at maximum magnification

1.2 x 0.9 in. (31 x 23mm)

Viewfinder type

Electronic viewfinder

0 . 3-type with a total of 118,000 pixels

LCD monitor

1.5 inch (3.8cm) digital-interface TFT color

Total number of pixels: Approximately 78,000

Automatic monitor amplification

Field of view

Viewfinder: Approximately 100%

LCD monitor: Approximately 100%

Diopter control

– 3 ~ +1m -1

Eye relief



CCD electronic shutter and mechanical shutter

Shutter speed range

4 - 1/1000 second in programmed-AE and aperture-priority modes.

15 - 1/1000 second in shutter-priority and manual exposure modes.

Bulb (maximum 30 seconds)

2 - 1/1000 seconds in auto-recording and Digital Subject Programs

Autofocus system

Video AF system

Autofocus areas

5 -Point Wide Focus Area

Spot focus areas with Focus Area Selection

Focus modes

Single-shot AF, Continuous AF with predictive focus control, Full-time AF, Manual focus.

Focus lock

By pressing shutter-release button partway down.


Multi-segment, Center-weighted, Spot

Multi-segment metering

256 segments

Exposure modes

Programmed AE, Aperture priority, Shutter priority, Manual

Digital Subject Programs

Automatic ( Portrait, Sports action, Landscape, Sunset, Standard)

Manual ( Portrait, Sports action, Landscape, Sunset, Standard, Night portrait.)

Exposure compensation

±2 EV in 1/3 increments

AE lock

By pressing shutter-release button partway down

Flash metering

Pre-flash TTL

Flash range

Wide: Approximately 0.7 – 13.1 ft. (0.2 – 4.0 m) from front of lens

Telephoto: Approximately 3.9 – 8.2 ft. (1.2 – 2.5 m) from front of lens

(Camera sensitivity: auto)

Flash modes

Autoflash, Autoflash with red-eye reduction, Fill flash, Slow shutter sync. Autoflash not available with aperture priority, shutter priority, and manual exposure modes. Flash cancel by pushing the built-in flash down.

Flash recycling time

Approximately 7 seconds

Flash compensation

± 2 EV in 1/3 increments

Flash-sync speeds

All shutter speeds

External flashes

Auto-flash metering with Program/Maxxum Flash 2500 (D), Program/Maxxum 3600HS (D), Program/Maxxum Flash 5600HS (D)

Continuous advance

- UHS (Ultra High Speed) continuous advance: Approximately 10 frames per second (1280 x 960 )

- Standard continuous advance: Approximately 2.5 frames per second (2272 x 1704)

* Actual speed may vary depending upon the subject and camera settings.

Approximate number of frames that can be captured at one time with the continuous-advance drive modes:

UHS continuous advance

1280 x 960


15 frames



Standard continuous advance

2272 x 1704

1600 x 1200

1280 x 960

640 x 480


2 frames

5 frames

11 frames

60 frames


5 frames

6 frames

50 frames

97 frames


5 frames

51 frames

72 frames

115 frames

* Actual number of images may vary depending upon the subject and camera settings.

Progressive Capture

Maximum number of images that can be recorded with the Progressive Capture mode:

UHS: 15 frames (10 frames per second)
Standard: 5 frames (2.5 frames per second-2272 x 1704, Standard)

Exposure bracketing

Three frame bracket in 1.0, 0.5, 0.3 EV increments


Approximately 10 seconds, 2 seconds


Recording time dependent on memory card capacity, image size, and frame rate.

Frame rate: 15 frames per second, 30 frames per second

Audio: monaural
Optical zoom is ON in recording

Movie frame capture

Night movie (automatic selection or disabled)

White balance control

Automatic, Preset (Daylight, Cloudy, Tungsten, Fluorescent, Flash), Custom

Digital Effects Control

Contrast compensation, Sharpness

Contrast compensation

Three levels (Low, Normal, High)

Sharpness settings

Three levels (Soft, Normal, Hard)

Color modes

Natural Color, Vivid Color, Black and white, Sepia

Noise reduction

User selectable dark noise reduction

Digital zoom

Maximum 4x in 0.2x increments

Copy function

To copy single or multiple images to the same or another memory card.

E-mail Copy function

Creates a compressed 640x480 JPEG image for transmission.

Date imprinting

Year/month/day (Format can be changed.)

Imprinting can be disabled

Key customization

The function activated by the flash-mode button can be changed.

Image-quality modes

Fine, Standard, Economy

Number of recorded pixels (Still images)

2272 x 1704, 1600 x 1200, 1280 x 960, 640 x 480

1280 x 960 in UHS continuous-advance mode

Number of recorded pixels (Movie clips)

640 x 480, 320 x 240

Storage capacity

Approximate storage capacity of a 16MB SD (Secure Digital) Memory Card:

Still images

2272 x 1704

1600 x 1200

1280 x 960

640 x 480


6 frames

14 frames

23 frames

50 frames


14 frames

23 frames

38 frames

67 frames


27 frames

41 frames

53 frames

100 frames

Movie clips

640 x 480 Fine

640 x 480 Standard

320 x 240 Standard

30 frames per second

9 seconds

14 seconds

30 seconds

15 frames per second

19 seconds

28 seconds

58 seconds

* Movie clips recorded with audio.

*Actual number of images may vary depending upon the subject and memory card used.

File formats

JPEG, Motion JPEG (MOV): with audio

DCF 2.0-compliant

DPOF-compliant (Supported by printing functions in version 1.1)

Exif 2.2

Folder name formats

Standard, Date

Printing output control

Exif Print, PRINT Image Matching II, PictBridge

Recording media

SD (Secure Digital) Memory Cards, MultiMediaCards

Computer interface


Full-speed 12Mbps data transfer with USB 2.0 compatible computer

AV output

NTSC, PAL (selected on the camera)

Anti- shake system

CCD-shift Anti-Shake system

User selectable


Four AA batteries: Alkaline, Ni-MH

Battery performance (Playback)

Approximate continuous playback time: Approximately 220 minutes with alkaline batteries.

Battery performance (Recording)

Approximate number of recorded images: Approximately 170

Conforming to CIPA ( included AA alkaline batteries, included SD memory card )

External power source

6V DC with specified AC adapter (sold separately)

Dimensions (WxHxD)

4.3 x 3.1 x 3.3 in. (108.5 x 80.0 x 83.5mm)


Approximately 11.8oz (335g) without batteries or recording media

Operating temperature

32-104°F (0-40ºC)

Standard accessories

Neck Strap NS-DG7000, Lens Cap LF-243, Accessory Shoe Cap SC-1000, AV Cable AVC-700, 16MB SD (Secure Digital) Memory Card, USB Cable USB-2, DiMAGE Viewer CD-ROM ArcSoft VideoImpression™ 2 CD-ROM (for windows only), Four AA Alkaline batteries

Optional accessories

AC Adapter AC-1L, Camera Case CS-DG1000, Wide-Angle Converter ZCW-300 kit, Adapter ring for attaching filter/converter ZCA-300, PROGRAM FLASH 3600HS (D), 5600HS (D), 2500(D)

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Konica Minolta's DiMAGE Z3 digital camera. Courtesy of Konica Minolta, with modifications by Michael R. Tomkins. Click for a bigger picture!
Konica Minolta's DiMAGE Z3 digital camera. Courtesy of Konica Minolta, with modifications by Michael R. Tomkins. Click for a bigger picture!

Original Source Press Release:

Konica Minolta Introduces the DiMAGE Z3 High-Performance 4.0 Megapixel Digital camera

New digital camera with built-in 12x optical “Mega Zoom” lens is the first Z-series camera to feature Konica Minolta's CCD-Shift Anti-Shake System

Mahwah, NJ (July 7, 2004) – Konica Minolta introduces a new addition to the Z-series of digital cameras – the DiMAGE Z3. With Konica Minolta's unique CCD-shift Anti-Shake System accompanying the camera's built-in 12x optical zoom lens, the stylish DiMAGE Z3 provides photographers of all levels with very steady and sharp hand-held telephoto shots. Its speed also enables photographers to get those action shots right away with Rapid Autofocus (AF) – the fastest auto focus in its class* 1 . The camera's AF also has a Predictive Focus Control for unmatched high-speed focusing that brings out the very best in the DiMAGE Z3's superior ability to capture fast moving subjects.

“Photographers will never miss a shot with the new DiMAGE Z3,” said Jon Sienkiewicz, vice president of marketing, Konica Minolta's Camera Division. “With combined functions such as the Anti-Shake System, Rapid Autofocus capabilities, and 12x optical zoom lens, this digital camera provides advanced amateur as well as serious photographers with the versatility and reliability they need to get the shot right the first time.”

Previously a function found only on the high-end Konica Minolta DiMAGE A-series digital cameras, the Konica Minolta CCD-shift Anti-Shake System is now available for the first time in the Z-series of DiMAGE cameras. This system compensates to minimize the effect of camera shake at 2-3 shutter speeds slower than on cameras without an Anti-Shake function* 2 (equivalent to 2-3 exposure increments).

For hand-held dim light photography and telephoto shots, both of which are susceptible to the effects of camera shake because of their slow shutter speeds, photographers can now get steady, blur-free images without the use of a flash or tripod. Unlike an optical system, Konica Minolta's proprietary Anti-Shake System uses a unique CCD-shift mechanism. This keeps the lens compact and the camera lightweight.

The new DiMAGE Z3 features a 12x optical Mega Zoom lens, which can be combined with the camera's 4x digital zoom for up to 48x total zoom capability. The DiMAGE Z3's newly developed GT APO lens offers strikingly clear, high-contrast, high-resolution images thanks to Konica Minolta's G lens optical technology. The AD (anomalous dispersion) glass and two aspheric lens elements help the DiMAGE Z3 correct spherical aberration and curvilinear distortion, factors that can cause problems at high zoom ranges. The advanced, high-sensitivity 4-megapixel CCD combines with Konica Minolta's proprietary CxProcess™ II technology to give photographers images as beautiful as those they see with their own eyes.

The DiMAGE Z3 incorporates an AF-dedicated ASIC to video AF system for focusing, enabling its Rapid AF to focus faster than previous models. Focusing time is approximately 0.15 second in wide-angle position and approximately 0.2 second in telephoto position. The DiMAGE Z3 also boasts a fast startup speed, a real motion monitor with 50-frames-per-second capability for smooth video viewing, minimal shutter-release time lag, and continuous shooting at 2.2 frames per second.

The DiMAGE Z3's movie recording function allows users to take high-resolution movies that are as beautiful as TV programs or footage taken with a video camera. In addition to the VGA-size (640 x 480 Standard) mode that captures movies at 30 frames per second, Konica Minolta has added a new, high-quality-image Fine mode (640 x 480 Fine). The Silent Zoom feature employs a newly developed Silent Zoom mechanism that greatly reduces how much noise from the optical zoom is picked up while shooting movies with sound.

Despite its large 12x zoom, the Z3 sports a light, compact body whose design evokes a modern, cosmopolitan image. The Z3's ergonomic grip makes it easy and comfortable to carry around and its large, intuitive operation section keeps you in control at all times.

*1 As of May 20, 2004, for digital cameras with built-in lens system and 10x or greater zoom.

*2 Depends on the shooting conditions.

About Konica Minolta Photo Imaging U.S.A., Inc.

Konica Minolta Photo Imaging U.S.A., Inc., headquartered in Mahwah, NJ, is the North American sales and marketing subsidiary of Konica Minolta Holdings, Inc. (Tokyo, Japan). On August 5, 2003 Konica Minolta Holdings, Inc. was formed to enhance both the competitive business capabilities and earning capacities of Konica Corporation and Minolta Co., Ltd.

Consumers around the world have come to know and trust the Konica and Minolta brands for all their imaging needs. Since the earliest days of the photo industry, Minolta and Konica have applied their talents and resources to create products and services that are essential to the world of imaging. Today, these efforts concentrate on the most important aspects of imaging: the quality of the images, the tools and methods for creating images, and the creation of environments for the application of images.

This focus on the essentials of imaging ties together the company's key business and consumer product lines. Konica Minolta Photo Imaging U.S.A., Inc. is a leading manufacturer and marketer of 35mm and Advanced Photo System film, single-use cameras, digital and 35mm film cameras, accessory lenses, binoculars, photographic and color measurement meters. In addition the company offers color print photo papers, inkjet photo paper, digital minilabs, digital film scanners, optical instruments, software and advanced imaging and sensing technologies. Konica Minolta Photo Imaging U.S.A., Inc. also provides wholesale photofinishing services and Internet imaging services. It is a complete imaging company, from input through output.

For more information about Konica Minolta Photo Imaging U.S.A., Inc., its products and services, visit www.konicaminolta.us.

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