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May 8, 2006

Lexar's cards are good at keeping secrets

Nikonians have been reading a lot about the recent Technical Image Press Association (TIPA) awards, and as we recognize the strong showing by Nikon's D50, D200 and the new 105mm f/2.8G ED-IF AF-S VR Micro-Nikkor we should note that Lexar's LockTight System earned Best Imaging Storage Media honors.

The system has already integrated with the Nikon's D2X and D2Hs, and is also compatible with the D200.
Lexar points out this is "a valuable tool for photographers in fields such as forensic photography, scientific research, military, law enforcement and mass media."

"Lexar LockTight is a revolutionary technology that dramatically improves the workflow process of digital photographers in vertical markets, and is the only secure digital imaging solution that easily and reliably restricts unauthorized access to data stored on LockTight-enabled cards," said Dave Klenske, director of the memory card business unit.

TIPA is an organization of 31 photography and imaging magazines in 12 European countries, and the TIPA Awards are recognized throughout the European imaging community as the "Oscars" of the industry. The Awards are granted by Europe's most influential imaging editors who judge each product on innovation, use of leading-edge technology, design and ergonomics, ease of use, and price/performance ratio.

Posted by flashdeadline at May 8, 2006 8:24 AM