Camera Bits Launches Photo Mechanic 4.6.2 Image Browsing Software, Revamped Manual, and New Website
Oct 9, 2009
Camera Bits Launches New Website; Improved Photo Mechanic Manual; and Photo Mechanic 4.6.2 Photo Browser Software
View Live, Cross-Platform Demonstrations of Innovative Photo Workflow Solutions Only Possible with Photo Mechanic at PhotoPlus Expo in New York City from October 22 - 24, 2009 in Camera Bits' Booth #967
Portland, OR (PRWEB) October 8, 2009 -- Camera Bits, Inc. (www.camerabits.com), a pioneering provider of software for professional digital photographers, today announced the launch of its new camerabits.com website, the introduction of its improved Photo Mechanic user manual and the October 22, 2009 general availability of Photo Mechanic version 4.6.2, the industry standard photo browser and workflow accelerator software. The launch of Photo Mechanic 4.6.2 will coincide with PhotoPlus Expo in New York City from October 22 - 24, 2009 where attendees can view live, cross-platform demonstrations of innovative workflow solutions only possible with Photo Mechanic in Camera Bits' booth (#967).
The new camerabits.com website will continue to host the many resources that have maintained Camera Bits' strong sales and outstanding customer service record, including its user forums, with more than 21,000 posts covering 4,500 topics by 3,100 members. In addition, the new camerabits.com will have a library of video tutorials, helpful for both beginners and professionals alike, detailed feature/function descriptions and screen captures, Photo Mechanic user reviews, the story behind the founding of the company in 1996, the development of the software and biographies of key personnel at Camera Bits. It will also serve as the home of the improved Photo Mechanic user manual, which incorporates several new sets of intuitive instructions, tips and techniques for version 4.6, including:
Photo Mechanic 4.6.2
Photo Mechanic 4.6.2's improvements were designed to continually advance its speed and integration with other imaging hardware and software, in addition to fully supporting Mac OS X Snow Leopard. New product features include:
"When you buy software from a vendor you are really investing in that company. You trust that company to look after your valuable images," said Nick Didlick, photojournalist. "I can't think of one company I trust more with the management of my photos than Camera Bits. It always amazes me that they can offer the kind of customer service they do - it is simply unmatched. My advice to other photographers is to update to the newest of Photo Mechanic because if they are not they're really missing out. What they have in their software - today - they developed it because they know you'll want to use it - 3 or 4 years out."
Photo Mechanic is by far the most popular photo editing software used by photojournalists, major newspapers and news organizations, including The Associated Press, which standardized its workflow around Photo Mechanic, as well as educational institutions and the U.S. Military.
"We are very pleased to present our customers with so many new enhancements to our services and software," said Dennis Walker, founder and president/CEO of Camera Bits. "Photo Mechanic has evolved into the industry standard photo browser and workflow accelerator over the past many years, as is evidenced by the strong demand for version 4.6 by our thousands of customers worldwide. We wanted our website and user manual to reflect the same degree of advancement. These new resources will take the user experience to a whole new level; we have always put photographers' interests first, and we have continually developed Photo Mechanic, the new website and the manual to address as many of their needs as quickly and effectively as possible."
For additional information about Camera Bits or Photo Mechanic, please visit www.camerabits.com or call (503) 547-2800.
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