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July 26, 2000 | Associated Press
Polaroid Corp. had cameras that made instant prints and digital cameras that took instant pictures. Now it has one camera that does both. Polaroid announced an agreement with Japanese camera maker Olympus Inc. to jointly produce a digital camera that prints instant pictures on Polaroid film. The camera, called the C-211 Zoom, will be released this fall and will sell for about $800.
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July 26, 2000 | Associated Press
Polaroid Corp. had cameras that made instant prints and digital cameras that took instant pictures. Now it has one camera that does both. Polaroid announced an agreement with Japanese camera maker Olympus Inc. to jointly produce a digital camera that prints instant pictures on Polaroid film. The camera, called the C-211 Zoom, will be released this fall and will sell for about $800.
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February 24, 1998 | BARBARA MURPHY
Douglas E. Howe has been appointed president of Vivitar Corp. in Newbury Park. Howe joined Vivitar in 1997 as vice president and general manager of the digital imaging division. Before that, he was vice president for marketing of digital products at Olympus America Inc. Vivitar designs and develops photographic, optical, electronic and digital imaging products at offices in the United States, France, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore and the United Kingdom.
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September 9, 1999
Robert S. Messina has been named president and chief operating officer of Troy Group Inc. in Santa Ana. He was previously executive vice president of the company and chief operating officer of Troy Systems International, a subsidiary. Before joining the company in 1994 as vice president of sales and marketing, Messina was general manager of Omninote and Western regional vice president for Dictaphone Corp. * Brent F.
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February 13, 2003 | John M. Glionna, Times Staff Writer
The California Department of Health Services has issued warnings to 1,000 hospitals and clinics statewide about the use of undisenfected probes in routine colon exams. The manufacturer of the devices, meanwhile, has alerted another 2,200 hospitals across the nation to take safeguards against similar contamination.
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