Today Nikon Europe have announced that they will be making the D1X available for a hands on look during the Apple Seminar series Roadshow titled "Going Digital in Professional Photography". The series of ten, one day seminars across Europe showcase the latest tools and techniques in digital imaging capture and workflow demonstrated with Nikon Professional Imaging Products such as the Firewire compatible Nikon D1 digital SLR cameras and Nikon Super Coolscan 4000ED 35mm scanner.
February 23 2001: Nikon can confirm that the latest D1X super high resolution camera will be available for a hands on look during the Apple Seminar series Roadshow March - April 2001. Amsterdam/Paris; Nikon, the market leaders in Professional Digital Photography are pleased to announce their partnership with Apple Computer for their upcoming Apple Seminar Series titled "Going Digital in Professional Photography".
The series of ten, one day seminars across Europe showcase the latest tools and techniques in digital imaging capture and workflow demonstrated with Nikon Professional Imaging Products such as the Firewire compatible Nikon D1 digital SLR cameras and Nikon Super Coolscan 4000ED 35mm scanner.
The seminars take the form of a morning Digital Photography Showcase where you can learn;
- How you can adapt your existing talents and knowledge to take advantage of working digitally
- Exploring the creative and commercial opportunities that Nikon/ Mac digital photography offers.
- Learn how the shift from still to moving images is so easy on Macintosh computers
- Learn how Apple Desktop Movies presents an easy route to taking your visual skills into new areas both creatively and commercially.
See Nikon D1 and Coolscan image files captured, edited and manipulated on the latest high speed Mac G4 Powerbook and desktop systems as well as simple drag and drop image storage with the new SuperDrive DVD burner.
After a lunch break Nikon representatives will be available to offer a hands on developing the mornings themes further and demonstrating the Firewire speed of D1 with Nikon Capture software and the 4000dpi SuperCoolscan 4000E D multi format film scanner.
Speaking about the partnership Oren Ziv, Director Apple Creative Markets Europe said: "At Apple were constantly thrilled and amazed by what customers do with our products and nowhere more so than in the field of creative imaging. But we realise that even with a immensely powerful professional tool like the Mac great images begin in the hands of a skilled imaging professional. And in pro photography those guys use Nikon. And they do this for the same reason that many of them already have come to the Macintosh. Because its not just a great system, its absolutely the right system. Thats why well be sharing the stage with Nikon. Its the right thing to do."
Robert Cristina, Professional Product Manager, Nikon Europe added; "Nikon welcome this initiative by Apple. Nikon lead the way when it comes to Total Image Quality. However quality is nothing without speed. Using a Mac with your Firewire enabled Nikon Camera or film Scanner maximises your workflow when both quality and time matter. Helping photographic and creative Imaging Professionals and enthusiasts to discover this for themselves is why we are taking part. Trained Nikon staff will be on hand at every venue offering hands on advice and support with the very latest Nikon Imaging Products. Nikon and Mac deliver an excellent combination of hardware and software tools to develop your digital photography business for the future. These seminars will show you how."
To see detailed locations, dates and times visit: http://www.apple.com/uk/series/photography/
To register visit: http://events.euro.apple.com/
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