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Photomart is proud to introduce a new, exclusive range of photo strut mounts. The new range is in black and also features a stylish black or gold border around the aperture and will be available in all the usual sizes up to 8’x10’. Photomart’s new range will be ready for purchase around April 2012.
After months of speculation, the UK finally caught its first glimps of the new printer from Citizen – the OP900ii
Photomart, the Pan-European distributor for Citizen, unveiled the new OP900ii at the Societies 2012 Trade Show. This new dye sub (an update of the original OP900) has caused serious shock-waves in the market by bridging the gap between the smaller/lighter printers and the larger/higher capacity dye subs.
Shooting wireless but just haven’t got the range? Photomart has the solution. Solwise wireless antennas and bridging kits are ideal for serious outdoor photographers looking to shoot tethered to a laptop or printing station over greater distances. Wireless tethering is also employed very successfully by various event photographers for covering mainly outdoor sport events including equestrian, golf, athletics, school sport events, fetes and so on.
TogBlog recently contacted CEO of Express Digital Graphics, Inc./Photoreflect.com, Mr. Jim Albrecht, for comment on Photoreflect’s withrawal from the UK and how this may impact on the future of Express Digital products. In his reply, Mr. Albrecht echoed the comments in his original statement but made no comment on fears that the withdrawal of Photoreflect.com from the UK market signals the beginning of a larger exit strategy by Express Digital [...]
In a recent email, CEO of Express Digital Graphics, Inc./Photoreflect.com (the makers of Express Digital Darkroom) Jim Albrecht, states that Photreflect.com will be “exiting” the UK market to concentrate on growing business in the US. UK accounts will remain active and operating through 31 October 2011 but after that date, UK customers will no longer be able to sell their work via the Photoreflect site. The company claims that tax and regulatory requirements prevent them from issuing outstanding payments to UK customers [...]