Thursday, June 14, 2012

Skysat, offers new printing product

June 13

Skysat Technologies Limited, in conjunction with KIS Photo-Me Group, one of the leading global photo printing machine manufacturers, has launched the new DKS Wet Minilab Generation 4 into the Nigerian market.
  The new photo printing machine produces formats up to 12” x 18” or 12” x 36”, prints in HD quality and features perfectly an exclusive automated enhancement technology for digital pictures.
  Some of the features and specifications of the new machine include compact design, new version of eye-tech digital science operating software and optional film scanner. Others include 340dpi resolution, 800 prints per hour and internal 500GB archiving capacity (equivalent of 250,000 photos).
  Speaking in Lagos during an interactive session with key photo printing dealers drawn from both Nigeria and Benin Republic, the International Sales Manager, KIS Photo-Me Group, Mr. Pierre Buendia, said that the need to match consumers’ dynamic expectations was responsible for the new product that was launched last year in France.
  “Photo-Me recognises that today’s consumers were expecting more from their photos and that was why the new DKS4 delivers a full range of high value-added services, in a simple operation. The machine, which is a new generation of professional wet digital minilabs, is fully compatible with the Photo-Me Photobook Builder,” he said.
  Buendia further said that consumers and photo equipment entrepreneurs could take full advantage of the machine to print photobooks, greeting cards, frames and collage prints, among others.
  Also speaking at the event, the Managing Director, Skysat Technologies, Mr. Izzat Debs, said that his company as the authorised distributor of KIS Photo-Me Group in Nigeria and West Africa, was glad to partner with the France-based company to bring modern photographic solutions to the door step of Nigerians through innovative products.
  “Skysat is in the forefront of a revolution in the photo printing business in Nigeria. We have sold close to 100 KIS printing machines in Nigeria and we have helped various enterpreneurs set up about 170 photo labs across the country. We are happy to partner with KIS once again as they introduce this new product into the Nigerian market. We have no doubt that it will bring great benefit to both consumers and investors.
  “As you might have discovered during Mr. Pierre Buendia’s presentation, the future is already here, particularly with the incredible features and benefits that could be gained with the new machine. I enjoin you all to take advantage of it,” he said.
  Debs further assured the dealers that his company would provide the needed after-sales support, adding that the technical staff had been well trained to handle every installation and maintenance issue.

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