Convert PDF to DWG and DXF

PDF is short of Portable Document Format, a file format developed by Adobe Systems in 1993. Each PDF file can contains a fixed-layout flat document, including the text, forts, graphics, 2D vector graphics and 3D drawings and other information that needed to displayed. Because of the compatibility and security of [...] Read more »

Nikon Said to Eye APS-C For Compact Camera

Nikon APS-C

September 9th was the day that Leica officially announced its X1 fixed-lens digital rangefinder equipped with an APS-C sensor. Sony makes that sensor. But, it’s also speculated to find its way into a Nikon compact sometime possibly in the near future. In March of this year Samsung released a press [...] Read more »

Press Release :: Introducing X-Rite ColorChecker Passport

X-Rite Passport

RAW Color Power From Capture to Edit – A Solution Made Even More Powerful When Combined With Adobe® Imaging Solutions Based on the renowned ColorChecker product line, ColorChecker Passport allows those working in RAW to quickly and easily capture accurate color, instantly enhance portraits and landscapes and maintain color control [...] Read more »

Portrait of a Changing DSLR Market


According to an analysis of the DSLR market worldwide Canon is getting some stiff competition from Nikon. According to German website PhotoScala, Nikon, although still smaller when compared to Canon, is gaining ground against the leader, somewhere around 10%.. You might find it of interest as to how other popularly [...] Read more »

Leica M9 and X1 Get Real

The Leica M9 and X1 became a reality today giving the company a three-way punch for 2009. The Leica M9 is a full-frame digital rangefinder with interchangeable Leica lenses. Shipments are coming to dealers now. The X1 arrives to the market in December with an APS-C sensor. Then, there’s the [...] Read more »