Everything Old Is New Again at PMA 2010

A lot of the new imaging technology at the PMA 2010 photography show has a decidedly retro slant. Take a look.

By Heather Kelly, Macworld, and Tim Moynihan, PCWorld Hardware, fujifilm, pentax

TruView Digital Photo Album Hopes Bigger Is Better

Attempting to recapture the charm of analog can be tricky. TruView's digital photo albums look just like the large photo albums you have stacked on your shelves now--thick and heavy with a traditional book-style design. Inside each digital album is an 8-inch LCD screen that displays images from a memory card. Each album also has a built-in storage area for all of your memory cards, which is handy because you can't upload images from the cards to the book. The TruView album is for people who miss the weight and girth of traditional family albums and long to enjoy their digital photographs the old-fashioned way.

See also: A Tech Museum Where Everything's for Sale — Cheap!

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