CES 2009 Sees Debut Of Foci Picture Porter 35 With RAW Support

Posted: Jan 3 2009, 8:44am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:23pm CDT, in News | CES


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Digital Foci will reveal their new Picture Porter 35 (PPR-350) high capacity portable photo manager with a 3.5-inch color display at the CES 2009.
The Digital Foci Picture Porter 35 features a built-in hard drive with capacity starting at 160GB and a multi-format memory card reader. With the Picture Porter 35 you can copy 1GB of data in about 2 minutes.The new Picture Porter 35 is rather interesting for DSLR users as it understands RAW. Picture Porter 35 supports RAW images with zoom, EXIF, and histogram data to let you examine photos in great detail from a wide selection of DSLRs. In addition, with the new IPTC support, you can also view IPTC metadata, such as headline, copyright owner, and comments embedded in the photos. For non-professional use, the IPTC support allows you to see the comments added to photos downloaded from popular photo sites (like Google’s Picasa Web Albums) as they are displayed on Picture Porter 35.
Available Summer 2009, Picture Porter 35 is lightweight and compact, weighing 12 oz. (with hard drive and battery), with dimensions of 5.4” (L) x 3.8” (W) x 1.2” (H). It will be available in 160GB and higher capacity configurations (MSRP to be determined).
Via the Foci site. More CES 2009 News.

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