CycloVision Extends 360-Degree Imaging Technology To Support Integration with Three New Leading Brand Digital Cameras. ParaShot Attachment Now Also Supports the Nikon CoolPix 950, Kodak DC265 Zoom and Olympus C-2000 Zoom Cameras.

CycloVision Technologies Inc., an emerging start-up specializing in 360-degree technology solutions, today announced that ParaShot(TM), the company's digital camera attachment, can now be used with even more top-of-the-line, leading brand digital cameras: the Nikon CoolPix 950, the Kodak DC265 Zoom and the Olympus C-2000 ZOOM. When integrated with such mega-pixel digital cameras, ParaShot enables users to capture a full 360-degrees in a single shot and instantly post panoramic images to the Web.

ParaShot's patented technology combines PC-based software with a parabolic mirror and relay lens. In a single exposure, ParaShot creates a 360-degree image that does not require stitching, plug-ins, post-production steps or additional processing fees. Digital stills can be quickly deployed to the Web and navigated on standard browsers using left/right directional, zoom, pan and tilt capabilities.

The ParaShot solution continues to support the Nikon CoolPix 900 Series and Agfa's ePhoto 1280 and ePhoto 1680 cameras. With the integration of the Nikon CoolPix 950, Kodak DC265 Zoom and Olympus C-2000 ZOOM models, ParaShot provides users with even more options for capturing top-quality digital images.

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"We are very excited to merge ParaShot's 360-degree capabilities with the advanced functionality offered by all three of these high-end digital cameras," said Andy Robson, president of CycloVision Technologies. "CycloVision is committed to continuously extending the flexibility of the ParaShot to support the best digital cameras on the market, providing users with a powerful tool to create panoramic images of unmatched quality and design in a matter of minutes."