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A Funny Thing Happened On The Way to PhotoPlus

October 19, 2017
A Funny Thing Happened On The Way to PhotoPlus

With a little over a week to go before PhotoPlus Expo, announcements start popping up and only increase in number as the show approaches. Normally, the “showstoppers” are reserved for the show itself, but this year’s pre-show announcements have been some whoppers. Here’s a quick rundown: HP Announces Zbook X2 “Super Tablet” Ok, “super...
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PhotoPlus Expo Announces Annual Facebook Sweepstakes

October 14, 2014
PhotoPlus Expo Announces Annual Facebook Sweepstakes

NEW YORK, NY – October 14, 2014 – Attention PhotoPlus Expo attendees, the trip of a lifetime is just a few stamps away when you participate in the “Passport to the Expo” promotion during this year’s show.  Sponsored by Foto Promos (Booth #1072), Passport to the Expo is a fun and exciting way to...
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PhotoPlus Day 3 and Wrap Up

October 27, 2012
PhotoPlus Day 3 and Wrap Up

PhotoPlus finished up today with me wandering around seeing if I missed anything while scurrying from interview to interview the previous two days. There were a couple things that I did manage to notice. Storage Vendors In previous Expos the only storage vendors to show up were Drobo and LaCie (who were there) but...
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PhotoPlus Day 2 Report

October 27, 2012
PhotoPlus Day 2 Report

October 26, 2012 – Day two of the 2012 PhotoPlus Expo started of with SpinLight360, a small company that produces a light modifier system for SpeedLight strobes. The system looks very versatile allowing for blocking as well as diffusion. The SpinLight360 system includes tungsten filters, but there are plans to expand the filter selection. Filters...
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PhotoPlus Day 1 Report

October 26, 2012
PhotoPlus Day 1 Report

October 25, 2012 – PhotoPlus Expo 2012 opened formally this morning to fairly sizable crowds. As usual, the main entrance was dominated by the Big Three (although Canon and Nikon would call it the Big Two Plus One). Needless to say, the Canon, Nikon and Sony booths were completely stormed by the early onrush....
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